Showing posts from October, 2017

Book Review: Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris

Hello everyone! Yes, I have finally gotten around to doing a new book review! I wanted to ask you all a question first, do you think I should switch to wordpress or even Wix? I've been thinking of doing this for a while now, but I can't make up my mind. I'm fine with a really simple blog, but sometimes I don't feel like I can be as creative with my blog. I also don't want to lose all my content. Let me know your thoughts or suggestions! Anyways, onto the review! (SPOILER ALERT) A Little Bit of Background Charlaine Harris  is a New York Times bestselling author who has been wriitng for the the past 30 years. She published her firstbookin 1981 entitled Sweet and Deadly . She published  Dead until Dark   in may of 2001,which started the Sookie Steakhouse series that spanned from 2001 to 2013. The book went on that year to receive the Anthony Award for Best Paperback Mystery. The series was then picked up by HBO and transformed the Sookie Steakhouse series into

Rainy Thoughts: Community College

Hello everyone! It's raining once again here in Dallas and I'm loving it because my car gets a wash! I also love it, because rain really puts me in the mood to write (and to sleep). I'm still reading the book I started at the beginning of September, but should be done next week. I've been busy because I got a job! (eeep!) So between three jobs, I've been pretty busy, but I really want to keep up with my blog. Next week, I will have a new book review done, but this week it's another Rainy thoughts! Topic of the day: Community College . "Oh, you went to community college, no shame in that" This is one of the sayings I get when I tell people I went to community college. Why do community colleges have this weird rep? I personally loved my community college. Palo Alto alumni! (not the one in Silicon Valley). I learned so much and had a ton of opportunities from my professors. One of my professors had us all register to vote, had local politicia