Category: Bookish Babble

Here you will find my reading roundups, as well as book related quotes, facts, jokes and memes that I find on the big bad web and are too good not to share. As well as bookish blog tags and challenges that I partake in from time to time.

October 2018 Bookish Summary

The start of last month was an emotional one for my entire family. We held our heads high and celebrated our matriarch, my grandmother’s life. She illuminated this earth with her light for 91 years. I will mourn her for the rest of my…

Quotes Collection Part Nine

You only have to have been following me for a minute, to know i’m a SAGA fan. I read issue #44 back in July 2017 and was immediately drawn to the above text. It struck a chord in me and made me sit back…

Bookish Babble: Quotes Collection Part Eight

I laughed out loud the first time I read the above two sentences. I’d never really thought about it. What does happen after they ride of into the sunset? I read Steph Bowe’s Night Swimming back in May 2017. It is an LGBT friendly,…

Quotes Collection Part Seven

Nothing profound this month. Just a quote that transported me to my late teens and made me laugh out loud. Oh those pub rat days. I loved the line, because as I read it, I could smell the exact smell the author was on about….

Quotes Collection Part Six

I read Steven Herrick’s #LoveOzYA verse novel The Simple Gift in May last year (2017). It affected me way more than I expected it too. Below is one of the quotes I jotted down while reading it. The Simple Gift is a story of…

Quotes Collection Part Five

The below is a quote from a Q&A by transgender writer and activist, Nevo Zisin, that I shared on this blog back in May 2017. Go back and read it again. When I first read that sentence I actually examined out loud something along the…

Bookish Babble: Quotes Collection Part Four

I have Quote File where I write down sentences/paragraphs that for whatever reason at the time I was reading them jumped out of the page at me. It might’ve been because I was having a bad day and something the character said encapsulated my…