Trying out something a little bit different today with a list of books I couldn’t stop talking about on the road trip vacation I took recently with my partner, complete with some trip pictures!
So, you guys might remember that right before my break, Michaela and I made a Spring Break TBR. I honestly, totally believed that I was going to get that reading done while I was on my road trip. I didn’t. (Well, not mostly. You already know this if you’ve seen the most recent weekly wrap up.) This video is all about how that happened, and how it caused a revelation to me about my reading and why I should stop beating myself up about my inability to read my unread books.
Posts mentioned in the video that aren’t already linked above:
- Review: The Blooming Goddess trilogy by Tellulah Darling
- #imbibliomancy: Drunk Book Club with Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
I’M BACK! Okay, yes, I’ve been back for a few days but now I’m back IN THE VIDEOS. My blog might not have been nearly as impressive as Michaela’s this week–like, by a long shot–but I’m strong in the end of the week AND we finally taped our Imbibliomancy video! Even better, Michaela and I did a lot of reading and there is a great selection of interesting books for us to share with you!
- Gretchen’s review of The Blooming Goddess trilogy by Tellulah Darling
- Michaela’s What it’s Like Working in a Library!
Hey guys! Technically I got back in on Tuesday, but I spent all of Wednesday trying to get back into school and readjust to this time zone. I have accomplished neither of these things so far, but I’m swimming.
Since I don’t have anything for a Thesis Thursday this week, I thought I’d do some life blogging and show you guys some pictures of where I went. This was not a normal trip out west. Rachel and I–you know, Rachel from the first couple seasons of Bibliomancy for Beginners–went on a road trip.
I have never had so much fun and whil
e having so many moments convinced I was going to die.
Day 1: LA to San Francisco
This day was a beautiful one. Once we got out of the city, we got onto the Pacific Coast Highway and took that up to San Fran. This is NOT the way that your GPS will ever tell you to go. It winds around the edge of the coast–literally, the edge–but it is SO PRETTY. So pretty.
San Francisco itself was kind of annoying, and the place that we were staying wasn’t so great. But we went out that night and found the most delicious Thai food I ever tasted, and Rachel and I decided that things could only go up from there! We were wrong.