Blogging 411: Updates

Well, will you look at that. We are halfway through March. It seems that lately all I can do is comment on how fast time is flying by, but can you blame me? It seems to be slipping by pretty darned fast if you ask me. And I think I could write a whole post […]

Now Reading: The Heist (Fox and O’Hare #1)

The Heist (Fox and O’Hare, #1) by Janet Evanovich, Lee Goldberg Published by Bantam on June 18th 2013 Pages: 295 Goodreads From Janet Evanovich, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum novels, and Lee Goldberg, bestselling author and television writer for Monk, comes the first adventure in an electrifying new series featuring […]

Reading Paused: The Black Mage Series

Yes. You read that right. First Year is now on pause. Call me a coward or whatever but I need to see how this story is going to play out before I invest my time and energy into it. Eighty-five pages in and my intuition is kicking into high gear, tell me “are you sure you want […]

Reading: First Year (The Black Mage #1) by Rachel E. Carter

Reading: First Year (The Black Mage #1) by Rachel E. Carter

Genres: fantasy, young adult Finally giving this one a fair shot. After borrowing this book from the library more than once (three times to be exact, this will be the fourth time I checked out this book), I am finally sitting down with this one. I probably should have given up after the second time […]

Reading: Treasury of Morse Mythology

Reading: Treasury of Morse Mythology

Treasury of Norse Mythology: Stories of Intrigue, Trickery, Love, and Revenge by Donna Jo Napoli, Christina Balit Published by National Geographic Children’s Books on September 22nd 2015 Genres: folklore, myths, non-fiction Pages: 192 Goodreads Classic stories and dazzling illustrations of gods, goddesses, heroes and monsters come to life in a stunning tableau of Norse myths, […]

Reading: The Art of Conversation

  “[…] conversation–it’s the basic building block of our connection with each other.” The Art of Conversation Judy Apps When this book first crossed my path it was to hand it to someone else. I remember it because I didn’t give any thought until the title caught my eye. Conversation. I love good conversations. Not […]