October Bookviews // Glass Slippers, Towers and Hellish Libraries? Okay!

I’ve purchased an absurd amount of books these last two months. Just today I picked up ten from Goodwill! Do I have problems? If I’ve got a problem, then I think you, my fellow book lover, may have just as much a problem as I do. That’s just all in good fun, of course! AsContinue reading “October Bookviews // Glass Slippers, Towers and Hellish Libraries? Okay!”

The Alphabet Book Tag // A to Z, Literally!

Hello again fellow book lovers! As 2020 creeps ever closer to 2021, I’ve tried to stay off social media and slow down with blogging. In theory, this break was to encourage work on my novel series and curb procrastination. Let’s just say I failed. Miserably. The internet’s full of different types of Book Tags. Today’sContinue reading “The Alphabet Book Tag // A to Z, Literally!”

Ten Days // Ten Books

Guess what? I’m on vacation! Since my trip to DC and the Library of Congress was cancelled earlier this year (which would’ve been an amazing trip, by the way), my family and I have decided to visit a town much closer to home for my birthday week. Call me crazy if you like, but I’veContinue reading “Ten Days // Ten Books”

September Bookviews // Queens, Brides and New Releases, Please!

2020 is The Lost Year. July didn’t even register in my mind until it was August, so I missed that Bookviews post. I bet any money (below five bucks) that we’re going to see an uptick in doomsday books come out within the next couple of years. Regardless, let’s take a look at my BookviewsContinue reading “September Bookviews // Queens, Brides and New Releases, Please!”

Five More Books On My Reading Wish List (That I Just Bought)

Every writer, reader, agent, editor and publicist has a list of books they want to read. Some sit in an Amazon cart, others take to the library and still more are found in indie bookstores. No matter where you do your book shopping, you know what you’re looking for. Okay, maybe not necessarily always, butContinue reading “Five More Books On My Reading Wish List (That I Just Bought)”

Five Favorite Childhood Books

This list doesn’t include Harry Potter. Wait. What? Yes, you read that statement correctly. When the first Harry Potter book came out in 1997 I was 12 years old. One year younger than a Hogwarts First Year student’s age. Sure, I’m fascinated by Rowling’s world, but my love of books began even before ’97. RememberContinue reading “Five Favorite Childhood Books”