The day has finally arrived and I’m SO excited to share this Tolkien giveaway with all my followers on Instagram! Continue reading “Giveaway Time!”
If you like: Myths or fables, Russian stories and settings, a bit of magic, cold and wintry climates, small aspects of faith woven into the storyline, multiple narrators and their rotating points-of-view, books over 400 pages
August hasn’t been a really great reading month in the way of “amount of books” I’ve been able to knock out so far, but it’s been really great in “quality of books” I’ve read so far! Spinning Silver was such a beautiful book and though I have maybe one little caveat, it fully deserves the five-star rating I’m happy to give.
Today is my last day of summer – REAL summer – and I’m going to miss it. So I’ve whittled it down to the top 9 things that I loved and will desperately miss about summer (starting tomorrow) told through New Girl gifs, because that’s where I’m at. Continue reading “9 Things This Teacher Will Miss”
Total Books Read: Nine (5 audio, 4 paper)
Favorites this Month: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (Mary Ann Shaffer, Annie Barrows) and As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of the Princess Bride (Cary Elwes)
My July recap is short and sweet. I get down to the basics of each book in just 5 key points and you can decide for yourself whether or not it’s worth picking up!
If you like: Ireland, history, the 19th century, backlist books, questions of faith, questions of morality, slow-building suspense, books under 300 pages
Oh man, this book. Based loosely on the many tragic and sometimes fraudulent stories of the “Fasting Girls” of the Victorian Era, this story is one for the books and one that I’m still working out for myself even as I write.
“So, I’m in library school.” That’s a great first line to start out with to introduce myself to the blogging world, but it’s my current reality, so we might as well jump right in and get to it. Continue reading “The Field Trip Class”