It's no secret that we are big fans of a good book on this blog. When October rolls around, we all know we can pull out a Steven King or an Anne Rice and rock out the spooky vibe. However, if you are interested in some other tales to make you turn on the nightlight,… Continue reading Books to read this Halloween
A few months ago, Amy from Running Press reached out to me with an offer to review a new book being released from their press. From the moment the email came across my desk, I knew this was something I was super interested in. The book is FEMINIST ICON CROSS-STITCH: 30 Daring Designs to Celebrate Strong… Continue reading Feminist Icon Cross-Stitch + Giveaway
This month has been absolutely insane. I thought for sure that I would read so much this month because of boards finishing up and starting my new job. However, I have been working 60 hours plus, so I have not hit my monthly reading goals. One jewel of the month though was The Refugees by Viet Thanh Nguyen. Written… Continue reading June 2017 Reads
My friend and I recently attended the Jane Austen festival and it was absolutely amazing. Held on the lovely grounds of Locust Grove, this annual literary love session is packed to the gills with interesting good, people, and sights. These are some of my favorite scenes from the day!
It feels like it has been forever since I wrote about what I was reading. In all honesty, I was not reading much while I was trying to get through Nursing 3. However, I have made up some ground in May. Planetary, Volume 3: Leaving the 20th Century: Still working through this series and I… Continue reading April/ May 2017 Reads
Spring brings may rains and baby showers. If you are of the age, your mailbox is probably full of invitations. But what to get? Well the first choice should always be the registry. I love registries. But what if there is no registry, or it is stripped clean, or you just want something a little… Continue reading Baby’s first Library
The lovely thing about reading is that there is always something lovely and new to delight you. You will remember that last month was a crap month for reading, but this month more than made up for it. I read some truly wonderful texts in March. My Sister, Guard Your Veil; My Brother, Guard Your… Continue reading March 2017 Reads