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I’m Jordan Wright

I’m a novice-fisherwoman, a world traveler, a newlywed, a YA lit addict, and a bad cook. And I’m an English major.

Jordan Wright

So…fishing is fun, yeah?

Despite loving all my literature classes, I will still choose the YA/JF section of the library every time. I hope to write my own novels someday, but if not then I will at least blog about the books the rest of you are brave enough to write (follow the link below to my book blog). I have been married for less than a month and just transferred here from Utah State University to be with my husband, Zach. He is my best friend and cooks me really yummy Mexican food. I love any excuse to wear a costume, decadent desserts, palindromes and puns. (And alliteration…apparently.) I think I’m a lot funnier than I probably am. I speak enough Chinese to order food and hail a cab, but all I can say in Russian is “put your hands up and give me all your money.” I caught my first fish last week, I use hash-tags in all the wrong places, and I’ve never been a slave to fashion. I am pretty lost on campus right now, and I would love as many beautifully-nerdy-book-loving friends as I can get. #Glissues (English-major issues) #GTHBA (Good Times Had By All) #allgoodhashtagscomeinthrees.

One of my favorite books is The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare.

Check out my book blog: “Dick, Jane, and Edward Don’t Live Here.

Hi, I’m Emily Hubbard

I’m a book blogger, a home cook, a newlywed, and a soon-to-be mom. And I’m an English major.

Emily Hubbard


I’ve always known I wanted to be a writer someday, so I knew from the moment I walked onto BYU campus that I wanted to be an English major. I loved reading classics for my major, so a couple years ago I started a book blog called Classics and Beyond. I’ve been married for more than a year and a half to my husband, Doug, who likes cars and movies but doesn’t like chocolate, which forever wounds my chocolate-loving heart. I’m expecting a little girl in December (which is also when I’ll hopefully graduate), and I’m determined to raise her to love books…and chocolate.

One of my favorite books is The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot

My book blog: “Classics and Beyond
My other blog, for everything else: “Emily’s Moment of Time

Emily serves as an officer in the English Society