Month: December 2016

Gilmore Girls Series Re-Watch Recap: Season 2

Posted December 7, 2016 in Features, TV / 0 Comments
Gilmore Girls Series Re-Watch Recap: Season 2

With the Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life revival recently launching, I’ve decided to make it my mission to re-watch all of the seasons before I revisit Stars Hollow in the Netflix special. It’s been about 10 years since I watched the original show (I only made it through seasons 1-5) and I was a huge fan as a teenager, so it’s interesting to see how my perspective on the show has changed now that I’m an adult! You can read my thoughts on Season 1, or continue below to my thoughts on Season 2…and beware that I have […]


The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins | Mini Review

Posted December 5, 2016 in Reviews / 5 Comments
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins | Mini Review

The thing about thrillers is that it’s usually best to write a review right after finishing it, because all of the twists, turns, and plot reveals and emotions they evoked as so fresh in your mind. However, with The Girl on the Train, I was so tired of it by the time I finally finished that I wasn’t motivated to jot down my thoughts. My expectations were let down and I had no desire to relive the experience anytime soon. So now, a little over a month later, I’m catching up on reviews and struggling to remember the emotions that […]


All I Want for Christmas is You | 2016 Holiday Book Wishlist

Posted December 1, 2016 in Features / 13 Comments
All I Want for Christmas is You | 2016 Holiday Book Wishlist

Now that Thanksgiving has passed, the Christmas season is finally here! (Not that Thanksgiving has ever stopped me, I’m a firm believer that Christmas music season starts promptly on November 1st). My family is big on Christmas lists so we know exactly what to gift each other, and with a winter birthday as well this time of year is when a lot celebrating is crammed into a two week period. Therefore, I have to put some thought into my bookish wish list as it’s the only time of year I am usually gifted books. My #firstworldproblem with this is that […]