Category: 2018 TBR Pile Challenge

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One was first published by Broadway Books in 2011. I’ve had it on my “to be read” pile for about six years and finally decided to read it as part of my 2018 TBR Pile Challenge because the movie adaptation… Continue Reading “Ready Player One by Ernest Cline”

February Checkpoint #TBR2018RBR

Greetings, Challengers! Congratulations! We have reached the second checkpoint and I am pleased to announce that we have 30+ book reviews linked up in our Mr. Linky widget (below). Nice work! Can we get another 30 this month? I’m also thrilled to announce the… Continue Reading “February Checkpoint #TBR2018RBR”

Aristotle’s Poetics

What can I say about Aristotle’s Poetics that has not already been said, and by those much more capable? Certainly, despite being just a collection of drafts and journal entries, this is one of the most significant, relevant, and pervasive pieces of literary criticism… Continue Reading “Aristotle’s Poetics”

January Checkpoint #TBR2018RBR

Hello, TBR Pile Challengers!  Yahoo! It’s time for our very first Checkpoint (with mini-challenge #1 — see below). We have 100+ participants this year, which is pretty awesome considering the challenge was on hiatus for two years. I’m inspired by all of your interest and… Continue Reading “January Checkpoint #TBR2018RBR”

The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle

Plot/Story: “The darkness was rising, but much was still hidden by the shadows.” From the Moors of Devonshire to 221B Baker Street comes Dr. James Mortimer. His aged and aristocratic friend, Sir Charles Baskerville of Baskerville Hall, has died under mysterious circumstances. It seems… Continue Reading “The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle”