Reviewing my final five-star novel from 2021! Here my love of historical fiction, C.S. Lewis, and beautiful writing are all found.
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!
My TBR (to be read) list has gotten nearly out of hand. Therefore, I have decided to do a post featuring ten books from it approximately every other week. As I go through the list, I will evaluate each book and decide whether or not it still belongs. Who knows, perhaps as my list (hopefully) shrinks, you will find a few books to add to your own!
Hello, Readers! In previous seasons I have enjoyed writing and gotten a lot of engagement on posts talking about my gardening endeavors, so I thought you might be interested in an update on my indoor plants. I have a few new ones since my last Garden Chronicles post, and since it is the beginning of... Continue Reading →
Happy Monday! This promises to be a very busy week, with some activities that would usually happen next week pushed into this one in order to make room for Thanksgiving. I'm sure that four-day weekend will be worth it, though! Today I'm taking another look through my TBR list. There are some interesting titles in... Continue Reading →
Today I'm taking part in Nonfiction November! This is a month-long blog event co-hosted by four bloggers focused on the best nonfiction books.
Welcome to my October wrap up post! I read more than I realized this month, so there is a fair bit to talk about!
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.