This is a novel that celebrates books and storytelling. Love books? Love a good story? Come on in. A is for Austen, B is for Bronte, C is for Charles, and D is for Dickens. I learned my alphabet in this shop
It’s Friday! This week has been busy, work has been busy – I just feel like things have been busy this month. My friends have said the same about their workplaces – late winter/early spring is busy. So this Friday is especially welcome.
Yes, I read them – all three books: 50 Shades of Grey, 50 Shades Darker, and 50 Shades Freed. I try to give everything a fair shake and I’m (usually) not above trying popular bestsellers because sometimes they’re worth it.
I know what you’re thinking – my posts have been super sparse lately and when I finally put something up, it’s about National Grammar Day? Yup.
Throwback study abroad photo! Taken in Milford Sound, New Zealand.
I can’t believe a week has gone by without posting! I hate not updating the blog for that long. I started a freelance job in an office last week and that, along with some doctors appointments and other work, left me with little time for fun stuff (like writing book reviews!).
Written on February 13, 2014
On this lovely day when New York is expected to get up to 15 inches of snow(!), I thought it would be a good idea to continue the winter getaway series. Let’s go to Mexico!
Have the tissues ready. This is not your typical teenage love story Seventeen-year-old Hazel is our straight-shooting, badass heroine. She was diagnosed with Stage IV thyroid cancer and lung tumors at thirteen.
Literary Amazon just put out a list of 100 books to read in a lifetime. The list spans 200 years of literature and includes both fiction and nonfiction. It doesn’t rely on the antiquated “classics” that no one actually likes to read.
Written on February 7, 2014
Yesterday I posted about why you should take a winter getaway, prefaced with gross pictures of New York in the winter. On Wednesday, the sidewalks were covered in 6 inches of slush that had turned brown. Lovely.