Spell the Month in Books Linkup January 2022

Spell the Month in Books is a linkup I host on the second Saturday of each month. The goal is to spell the current month with the first letter of book titles, excluding articles such as 'the' and 'a' as needed. Read on to see how we fared this month!

Christmas Bookshelf Challenge – 12 Days of Christmas 2021 Day 8

Lords a leaping - it's day 8 of 12 Days of Christmas 2021! For today's post I'm participating in a Christmas book tag which I first saw on Michelle's blog. It was created by Turn Another Page and looks like a lot of fun.

The Last Ten Books Tag

Happy Friday! Today I'm sharing a fun book tag. This one is pretty random and brought up some books that I haven't thought about in a while, and I had fun completing it. I hope you'll enjoy reading along! I recently saw Elanor of Reading at Teatime do The Last Ten Books Tag. She doesn't... Continue Reading →

Reading From Small-Town America to Iceland: 6 Degrees of Separation

#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).

All Around the Blogosphere Tag

Welcome to Friday, Reader! Remember a few posts back when I mentioned that Oklahoma actually seemed to be following the calendar, and things were cooling down like fall is supposed to? This week we decided to go back to Spring! Which honestly isn't that surprising. Tornado sirens before dawn, on the other hand, are surprising.... Continue Reading →

Spell the Month in Books September Linkup 2021

September is an awfully long month to spell in books - do you think we'll make it this time, Reader? I have faith. My life is almost entirely taken up with children's literature and research planning at the moment, so I don't have a long intro for today's post. I'm basically just popping up for... Continue Reading →

6 Degrees of Separation: From Hollywood to Southern France

Today's post participates in #6DegreesofSeparation 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).

6 Degrees of Separation: from Older Nonfiction to a New Middle-Grade Adventure

Today's post participates in #6DegreesofSeparation 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).

Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag

July in Oklahoma doesn't usually come with high humidity. But this is 2021, so just about anything that can happen apparently will, including humidity levels so high that even indoors it is having an impact on our books. I'm pretty sure that in June we got more rain than every other June of my life combined, and even though the temperatures are finally climbing close to their normal range for this time of year, we are not as dry as usual. If the northwest would like to send the 100+ temperatures back down to us, I wouldn't be opposed as long as it moved the humidity along and made the air feel less heavy.

6 Degrees of Separation: From Bass Rock to Garden Spells

Today's post participates in #6DegreesofSeparation 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).

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