If you follow me on Twitter (@bookishlybright), you'll have noticed that every year in December, the landscape of my twitter page changes just slightly and shifts away from my ridiculous thoughts about life and more towards my ridiculous thoughts about Harry Potter. This year, I decided that I wouldn't be able to tackle my classic whole-series reread, but I've gotten into audiobooks recently as something to do during my commute to campus as I work to transition to grad school life, so it made sense that I would just add Harry Potter into my rotation of audiobooks during the month of December.
In the early days of my final semester of my senior year at Kansas State University, I was tagged in a twitter challenge. My editor-in-chief at the K-State Collegian, Kaylie McLaughlin, tagged me in the #7BooksILove challenge. It’s pretty easy, seven book covers in seven days. But, the catch is “no explanations, no reviews - just the cover.” You’re also supposed to challenge someone new each day you participate in the challenge; I didn’t do that because I don’t like to tag people in things on line. However, now that the challenge is behind me. It’s time to give the explanation and reviews for the covers I chose.