I just wanted to take a quick minute to wish all of y’all a very happy Thanksgiving. I hope your day is filled with family, friends, lots of incredible food, and, if your plans are anything like mine, football games and good books! And for you lovelies who don’t live in the United States, get your butts over here and help us eat all of this food. Haha. Just take it from Joey and don’t forget a Thanksgiving necessity: the Thanksgiving pants!
Hi! Welcome to the first post of a feature I decided to start a couple of weeks ago. I was watching one of my new favorite shows and thought, “hey, this is exactly like one of my favorite books”. Basically, this feature is my excuse for talking about TV shows on my book blog, but it’s also fun to compare shows and books, because both ruin my life equally. Some books and shows might be very similar (I will draw parellels to show you) but some may just give me a similar feeling or have some aspects that are alike. Either way, you should watch these shows because they’re epic. This time: if you like These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner, you might like the CW’s The 100.
The reason I love blogging so much is that it makes me able to talk to people who like the same things I do. However, when I just started this blog I would never have thought that blogging would allow me to meet some of my best friends in the entire world. But then I met Amber, at the end of 2012, and she has been one of my favorite people ever since. I honestly don’t know what I would do without her, not only with this blog, but also in life in general. We talk every single day, and I wouldn’t change this friendship for the world. Anyway, earlier this year Amber decided it was time for a visit (which we’d been talking about forever but had somehow not happened yet) and then in November, there we were.