Tag: novels

An interview with Ruth Ware, a psychological thriller novelist

Hey, book nerds! I have super exciting news! A few weeks ago, I wrote a post where I ranked Ruth Ware’s novels. For those who don’t know Ruth Ware, she is an incredible British novelist who writes thrilling psychological mysteries. Since I read her first book, The Woman in Cabin 10, I have been hooked! So, I

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The best of mystery: Ruth Ware

Greetings, Bookworms! As an adult, my taste in genres has broadened, and I find myself reaching for mystery novels more and more. Lately, my wish list and Goodreads account have consisted of Agatha Christie, the queen of murder and mystery. I also gravitate toward female novelists who are making strides in the genre and write

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Happy birthday, J.R.R. Tolkien!

Today is the birthday of J.R.R. Tolkien! Admittedly, I read The Hobbit when I was in sixth grade, and loved the book, but did not pick up the Lord of the Rings series until after I was introduced to the movies and found myself obsessed. Since then, I have read the series thrice and have watched

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A Spellbound Adventure: Book Barn

Yesterday, I traveled down to Niantic, Connecticut to visit the Book Barn for the first time. The Book Barn is straight out of a fairytale! As an avid book lover, I always take time to go into a bookstore whenever I can, especially if I am visiting a new city or place! After making plans

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