Wrapping Up {September 2019}

August and September are like the Thursday of the year. The energy from beginning something new has worn off, we've passed the halfway point, and the weekend is just barely in sight, but not here yet! This month was busy for me, but not with anything really special. Everyday work filled my days, plus a... Continue Reading →

Do I Have That Book? Challenge

It's the first day of fall!! Are you as happy about this as I am (which is VERY), or are you mourning summer? Personally, I adore autumn and everything that comes with it, and can't wait for the weather here in Oklahoma to catch up with the calendar. I'm sure it won't happen for a... Continue Reading →

June TBR/Goals

Hello! I hope all is going well for everyone. June is shaping up to be a busy month. Apparently, working a single job does not mean life is any less busy, the busyness just comes from fewer sources! Summer Reading officially kicked off was Saturday (June 1st), and I love the energy that comes with... Continue Reading →

May Wrap Up 2019

Wow, what a month it's been! It seems like just yesterday I wrote by May TBR/goals post, and that the week before was January! At the same time, I've already become (mostly) comfortable in my new job. Oklahoma is definitely trying to get all the severe storms in that it can before summer starts, which... Continue Reading →

March TBR Goals

Hey y'all! Instead of a post outlining all of my goals for the month, today I'm posting just about the books I plan/hope to read this month. Of course, I still have goals and expectations for myself when it comes to keeping a consistent blogging schedule, writing reviews, and other things going on in life.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Dream of Steam by James Barry

Title: A Dream of Steam Author: James W. Barry Genre: Historical Fiction Publication Date: December 10, 2018 Synopsis: As the autumn shipping season draws to a close, Captain Thomas McGrath steps ashore to help his ambitious brother William rebuild the family sawmill. Despite Thomas’s aversion to debt, William convinces him to borrow heavily so they might convert their ailing, water-powered... Continue Reading →

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