Boo! It's been a few minutes since I joined in on a First Line Friday. I'm looking forward to hopping to all the other participating blogs, and to talking about Murder Simply Brewed, which I am enjoying more than I expected.
So many good indie books are releasing this month! Today I'm highlighting a book I've been excited about for a long time.
My garden is nearly done for the season, so instead of a Garden Chronicles post today I'm going to do a random book tag!
Another book that I am very excited for releases today! This is a limited edition novella collection, and I cannot wait to read the stories! I might have to wait a few weeks until school responsibilities let up enough to have time to read for pleasure, though. Join me in celebrating!
Congratulations on publishing your poetry book, Amie! This book is so beautiful, heartfelt, raw, and empowering. I can't wait to see the impact it has. About the Book Title: Fifteen: A Compilation of Poems Author: Amie Woleslagle Genre: Poetry Blurb: You’re not alone. You’re not the only person who struggles with mental health issues, not the only person... Continue Reading →
Happy Friday! Today I'm sharing my one and only Halloween-themed book review for this year, and what a sweet treat it is. The Fall of Candy Corn is a fun young adult story with healthy sides of both mystery and faith. About the Book Title: The Fall of Candy Corn (Sweet Seasons #2) Author: Debbie... Continue Reading →
Hello, Readers! My knitting has become more prolific again, so I'm joining with other knitters for Unraveled Wednesday. Unraveled Wednesday is a linkup hosted by As Kat Knits highlighting current projects, books we’re reading, and relevant yarn industry news/info/discussions. Knitting Early in October I suddenly realized that two of my friends were pregnant, and I hadn't started knitting... Continue Reading →
Good Monday morning, Readers! October is flying by for me; how is it going for you? I'm halfway through my classes for this semester. They're going pretty well; the weekly readings and assignments are easy and usually interesting, though the larger projects are definitely challenging. It's enjoyable to see how what I am learning in class maps onto my current job in the library, and to learn more of the pieces for how everything works together.
WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme currently hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. The three W’s stand for the following questions: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?
Usually, I'm not the kind of person who cares much about new releases. They're fun, sure, but time-proven classics tend to grab my attention more than brand new books. However, while drafting my monthly TBR list for November, I realized that there are a few books releasing soon which I am very excited about, and... Continue Reading →