Podcasts Lately

I'm trying to listen to podcasts again. When I drove to work every day, I had several on rotation. Most were about an hour, so I could listen to the first half on my way to work and then finish on the way home. It was a neat and tidy way to learn about something... Continue Reading →

Library Check Out – August 2018

Whew! August has been quite a month around here. I haven't read quite as much as I wish I would have, but that's okay. I've definitely been using the public library, whether or not I've been successful at actually reading anything! Today I'm linking up with Rebecca and her Library Checkout meme! Go check out her... Continue Reading →

2017 Recap

Happy New Year!! It's already been said a million times before, but I cannot believe that it's 2018. I wanted to post this recap sooner, but the timing never felt right. How could it be possible summarize my 2017 reading life while it was still 2017? But now that we are in our second day... Continue Reading →

Happy News!

Dear Friends, I apologize for my extended absence! Whew – what a couple of months! I wish I could tell you that I’ve been in a writing nook for the last few months and banged out a manuscript. Or that I read eleventy-billion books and reached nirvana. The truth is: I’m about 15 weeks pregnant... Continue Reading →

A Few of my Favorite Things

I don't know about you, but this has been a strange week for me and I am happy to know that it's Friday! I've had a whirlwind visit from my father, ups and downs around the house, busy at work, busy at home, and not enough time to just sit down and read. It's been... Continue Reading →

The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman

Getting my hands on this book was almost like real magic. I recently finished reading Faithful, which I got on NetGalley last summer. Less than a week after finishing that Alice Hoffman novel, I got an email from Simon & Schuster asking me to read her upcoming work, which I've been waiting for with baited breath... Continue Reading →

Faithful by Alice Hoffman

Faithful has an eerie beginning that feels like a ghost story. Each year, the town honors a young girl that was critically injured in a car accident.  Her name is Helene and she's been in a coma since that day, lying in a hospital bed in her childhood bedroom.  Some people believe that she can heal... Continue Reading →

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