Monthly Archives: December 2016

“The Romanovs: 1613-1918” by Simon Sebag Montefiore

I cannot believe how long it took me to read this book. Thirty. Days. That has to be my record. This has nothing to do with the content. This book was fascinating. But it was also incredibly dense, as Montefiore … Continue reading

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We’re Going on A Scavenger Hunt (Tag)!

You got it, another book tag. This one was also on ChocolatenWaffles’ Blog. If you didn’t check out Donna’s blog the last time I did a tag from her blog, I urge you to visit this time. Her blog is … Continue reading

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The Desolation of The Crown

I want you to take a long hard look at that poster and tell me what you see. Do you see a woman fighting to come out of the shadows? Do you see a woman whose face has been wiped … Continue reading

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After 15 years I’m still in love (and death)…

Yesterday was a good day, but it was good for two different Beckys. The first half was amazing for kind-of-adult Becky. I had my final probationary review at work yesterday afternoon and I passed. I now have an actual permanent … Continue reading

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The Alphabet Book Tag

And yet another! I promise to give you guys a review soon, but I am currently reading The Romanovs by Simon Sebag Montefiore, and as captivating as this book is, it is incredibly dense and is probably going to take me … Continue reading

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Hi, my name is Becky and I’m a bookaholic…

Surprise! It’s another book tag! I found this one on the fantastic ChocolatenWaffles Blog.  This tag addresses severe bookaholism, so this one might even be good for my health. For any of you who have ever been in doubt of my … Continue reading

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