It’s that time of the year … when I celebrate completing my 2015 Reading Challenge!
I read 65 books this past year. Some were wonderful, some others – not quite what I expected. Some I read to grow wiser and some were read for a laugh or to wind down. Some were read together with a book club and some simply because I got them for free. Many of these books were read on the Seoul subway, and a few I read in bookshops – both a first!
Here’s the complete list, with links and ratings – entirely subjective – only reflecting my own personal opinion, with 5 meaning “excellent”.
One of the things I love about my husband most is that he’s a bookworm, just like me. If you’re a fellow reader, you’ll know that there are certain benefits to having a spouse who shares your passion. I have identified 20 of these perks, from a bookworm wife perspective.
Bookworms like to have fun. We do, right?
Our fondness for books usually means we’re passionate about the written word or comfortable with words. Most of the time, it’s both. This is why some of the best board and card games for bookworms are Word Games.
Here’s 4 of my personal favorites.
In my last post – Bookworm Discovers Children’s Literature – I told you about my newfound enthusiasm for kids’ lit. I promised a list of my top recommendations, too.
Here they are, 5 children’s books that can be enjoyed by adults. Continue reading
My world as a bookworm was shaken to the core by a simple discovery: children’s literature.
Glad I read this book when I was already in South Korea!
If I would’ve read it before – like you’re supposed to do when moving to the other side of the continent – my expectations from this country would’ve been inaccurate. Continue reading
Making a list of books to read in the next year is so much more exciting than New Year Resolutions. Continue reading