#6DegreesofSeparation is hosted by Kate at booksaremyfavouriteandbest. The gist is that everyone starts with the same book, then finds another book that relates to it somehow, then one that relates to the second, until you’ve got a chain of six additional books. It’s a twist on the theory that every person on earth can somehow be connected to any other person in six or fewer steps, and provides an opportunity to talk about random books we love (or don’t).
Taking a look at the books I most wanted to read in 2021, but mostly did not get to. Have you read any of these books?
Today's post was originally supposed to be a collection of mini reviews of Christmas books I've read. However, I'm running short on time today (and honestly didn't end up completing as many Christmas books as I originally hoped), so instead of reviewing I'm just going to feature 5 favorite Christmas-themed books I have read in the past and 1 current Christmassy read that I am pretty sure will become a new favorite. These are all books I highly recommend and would give a 4 or 5 star review.
What do I have checked out from the library, now that the school semester is over? Hint: it's almost entirely Christmas materials!
The fall 2021 semester is over, and there are 12 days until Christmas! Today, I'm kicking things off with a nod to the brave bloggers who are taking on an entire month of daily Christmas posting in the form of Blogmas. There have already been so many fun and festive posts! A few of my favorites are highlighted below.
Unraveled Wednesday is a linkup hosted by As Kat Knits highlighting current projects, books we’re reading, and relevant yarn industry news/info/discussions. I recently finished up the two carseat blankets I have been working on this semester for a friend. I had more fun than I anticipated working on these blankets, especially given the fact that I did not... Continue Reading →
I had a plan for this post to be much more detailed and to talk about the reasons I am glad I read these authors recently, but as I'm currently trying not to drown in a fairly massive research-based school project, that didn't end up being feasible. Please know that the following authors are ones... Continue Reading →