“It would be so nice if something made sense for a change.” Alice…in Wonderland
If you fail a book challenge, does that mean the books win?
Today, sitting beside my father’s hospital bed, I finished I’d Rather Be Reading: The Delights and Dilemmas of the Reading Life by Anne Bogel. This was a Christmas gift — one of three books for book lovers, I received (Book Girl and On Reading Well were the other two in this trinity.) I’ve been […]
First the one book I finished in March. It was a crazy busy month, and I really need to say “NO!” to more things. But that’s a different blog post. So what one book did I manage to finish in March? Mere Motherhood: Morning Times, Nursery Rhymes, & My Journey Towards Sanctification by Cindy Rollins — a […]
This post may contain affiliated links. I’m back with books I’ve finally finished in February! This may be a thing! (I also survived February, which is almost a miracle. February is a jerk.) This first book I finished was Jayber Crow by Wendell Berry. This was actually a reread, and I was reading along with […]
This post contains affiliated links. And on the Prairie and by the Banks of Plum Creek and on Silver Lake, etc. It’s Laura Ingalls Wilder’s 150th birthday, and to celebrate Audible is finally released the audio books of the Little House on the Prairie Series. Party! Cherry Jones narrates these, and she is perfect. We’ve listened to the […]
This post may contain affiliated links. This is a test run of a new method to record/review the books I’ve read. It’s titled “Finally Finished” because I have a bad habit of setting down a book and not picking it up for months. The current plan is to give a line or two of my […]
This post contains affiliated links. All the books in this post are audiobooks and were recommended by the same source – Anne Bogel, A.K.A. Modern Mrs. Darcy, who has an amazing podcast that is horrible for both my bank account and my to-be-read stack. I love it! These four books include my favorite book from […]
This post contains affliated links. I don’t do Black Friday. Crowds make me antsy. “Don’t miss this deal! Buy! Buy! Buy!” gives me an anxiety attack. We did end up buying a refrigerator yesterday, but that was because our refrigerator died. On Thanksgiving Day. To quote Anne Shirley, “I am convinced of the total depravity […]
We interrupt your regularly scheduled Tuesday evening to let you know about two great offers for Kindle. Right now, you can get Strong Poison by Dorothy Sayers for $1.99 for Kindle. This is the book that introduces Harriet Vane, and it’s one of the most interesting introductions of a love interest in literary history. Though […]
Remember getting totally lost in a book as a kid? On a snow day or rainy summer day or long after bedtime under the covers, do you remember reading for the sheer joy of being lost in a story? Wouldn’t it be awesome to do that again? Well, now you have a perfect excuse. It’s Drop […]
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