Category: Books

Books to read February 2016

Biblio-files for February 2016

My mission to reclaim wasted time and channel it all into reading has obviously been going well…now if only blogging would continue on that path. I read mostly fiction in Feb, which I mention...

Books to read January 2016

Biblio-files for January 2016

After my heart to heart with myself in December, I stuck with my plan to shut off the TV in the late evenings and spend more time doing my most favorite thing in the world,...

books december 2016

Biblio-files for December 2015

In early December, in the midst of the holiday chaos, I sat myself down and had a little heart to heart. I thought about what it is that brings me the most joy in...

What to read next?

The biggest problem with being a bibliophile is that you constantly have to answer the question, what do I read next? For me, going to a place that sells used books that are haphazardly...

Biblio-files fall 2015

Biblio-files for fall 2015

Due to my hiatus from blogging regularly, it felt weird to just be posting biblio-files each month so I waited and waited until the read pile took over. It’s now time. It’s also been four months...

What I read in June 2015

Biblio-files for June & July 2015

Whew, what a month August has been! I took most of July and all of this month off from blogging because, well,  I blog as a hobby so I can. I tried my best to enjoy...

Books May 2015

Biblio-files for May 2015

When I sit down to write about the books I read the previous month, I have usually already read a few more. This makes for a great test of how good the books I’m...

What to read, March 2015

Biblio-files for March & April 2015

A few weeks ago I made an unplanned trip to the goodwill and stocked up on random books. This was mainly in an effort to not buy every single Alice Hoffman book in print...

books for february 2015

Biblio-files for February 2015

I really enjoyed all four books this month. They were all completely engaging stories that made me want to read all day long. 1. Two Girls, Fat and Thin by Mary Gaitskill. A story...