Buried In Print

I read. A lot. When I'm not reading, I'm often thinking about what I could be reading. When I am reading, I'm often thinking about what I'll be reading next. Sometimes the idea of reading is almost as good as reading and then I'm making booklists about what I will read someday. But later I'll be reading. I'm Buried In Print.

February 2020
text: The endlessness of the TBR
All of this year's reading projects have been inspiring so far. The kind of inspiring that results in even more reading mater...
started following:
Hi! I'm Julia and I am a horror fan from Canada. My nickname is Wednesday because I am told I wear black a lot, like Wednes...
For years, Callahan's was the place where friends met to have a few drinks, tell a few jokes, and occasionally save the world...
November 2018
started following:
text: Beginning in November
I'm still busy reading selections from the CanLit prizelists, I've recently finished Thea Lim's An Ocean of Minutes and am sl...
October 2018
text: A Bulky Stack
Mostly, these days, I'm preoccupied by reading selections from the CanLit prizelists, I've just finished Rawi Hage's Beirut...
Antarctic Navigation - Elizabeth Arthur Carnival: A Novel - Rawi Hage Washington Black - Esi Edugyan
(Also, bingos Nos. 12 & 13 ...) The Books: Country House Mystery: Georgette Heyer: Penhallow (Ulli Birvé audio) Cryptozo...
What can ever be said about a Jasper Fforde book that would make sense to anyone that hasn't read one? This is the second in...
Slowwwwwwwly working my way towards a bingo, y'all. I keep going through these phases where I have a ton of time to read (I...
Thanks to whomever posted about LibraryThing's treasure hunt (I'm sorry I forgot who that wonderful person was), I have a fre...
March 2018
""Reading was my addiction and I read from the moment I woke up until I fell asleep at night. There was that moment before I l..."
Nobody Cries at Bingo - Dawn Dumont
July 2017
During the fall some brown light made its way through the one spotted window; by winter the only light came from a table lamp...
How to Fall: Stories - Edith Pearlman
The living-room is dark and low-ceilinged, with bookshelves all along the wall opposite the windows. These books have not mad...
I´ve got to admit, I admire Miss Marple´s deductive skills. I wouldn´t be able to solve a single one of her cases (even if th...