Schedar G.

So many books, so little time.


What up peeps? I’m Schedar, yes… I also have a weird name that gets butchered every time I meet a new person, but I’m used to it by now. You’d think Maybelis and I met at the “I hate my name Anonymous” group, but no; although she seems to think our names gravitated toward each other. For those of you who don’t know, Schedar is in fact the name of a star in Cassiopeia constellation (in the sky) which I guess gives homage to my personality since I spend more time in the worlds of the books I read, than I do in our own.

My friends say I’m Classy, Sassy and a bit Smart Assy… And I agree, I do have many opinions on different subjects and I tend to openly share them.

I am a professed animal lover, I literally like all animals, except for frogs Ugh! However, if I had to choose between cats and dogs, I’m definitely a dog person (then again cats can be a little psycho, like Maybelis’ hateful kitty.) My constant companion for the past seven years has been Rocky, my Shih- Tzu. He’s the smartest dumb dog I’ve ever seen and I love him to bits and pieces.

I have been reading since I can remember. The first book I read by myself was “Pippi Longstocking”, and I remember admiring her for being a strong girl who embraced the fact that she was different, plus I’ve always loved horses and monkeys. Her Dad was a captain and so was mine. My favorite book of all time is The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, its message of being in charge of your own destiny speaks volumes. However, I love to read Romance novels, any kind, any day. Some of my favorites are The Twilight Saga, Fifty Shades of Grey, Gabriel’s Inferno. I also love anything written by Jennifer L. Armentrout, Jennifer Probst, Jamie McGuire, Rainbow Rowell, Alice Clayton, Sylvain Reynard, Katie McGarry, Cora Carmack and Cindi Madsen, just to name a few. If I were to sit here and list every single author I love, you’d be reading for a while.

Reading to me is not a pastime but a need. I don’t read, I devour books. It’s like I’m Godzilla and every library is Tokyo. I… think that’s a bad analogy… but… you probably get my point.

Since Maybelis and I share our passion for reading and discussing books (some of this discussions can get pretty heated), we decided to open this blog so we could review the books we read and have some fun contests for our fellow readers.

Stephen King said, “Books are a uniquely portable magic.” We want to share that Magic with you.

Happy Reading! XoXo



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