It’s autumn and I’m so happy. We live in a pretty temperate zone of North America, all things considered. The seasons rest gently on us here. Spring is soft & wonderful, winter isn’t usually so full of snow we can’t get around, and I enjoy the hot days and long evenings in summer. It’s just…they’reContinue reading “Fall In Love With These Bookblogs: 2020 Edition”
Wishing you and your family all the best today, this week, and for all of the new year to come! I hope 2020 is full of good things for you and little to no disappointments. May you enjoy the day fully, eat the treats you were wishing for, receive that book you’ve been wanting, andContinue reading “Holiday Wishes”
Whatever you celebrate, however you do it, I wish you joy and light as you observe your holiday. It’s a time to have the people you love around you and that’s always worth celebrating. I’m stubbornly saying cheers to 2018. It was a pretty weird mix of terrible and good, and I’m hoping the yearContinue reading “A Festive Felicitation”
So self-publishing is a thing, which is awesome. The author has total control over content, editing, cover art and titles. Like every great power, though, this is one that has to be used responsibly. When it comes to titles, this power is sometimes *too* mighty. Look, I know titles are hard but there are certainContinue reading “Rejected Book Titles”
In which we look back on 2017 with lots of silliness and a healthy dose of sarcasm. Containing mentions of shower poles.
They are a thing I now know, and you can know about them too.
Our weekend is all “booked”. I’m sorry, I couldn’t resist.
Happy Birthday to Theodor Seuss Geisel. My heartfelt, grateful thanks for the side-eye looks of horror and confusion from volunteer readers that I bring into my PreK class and then unleash the good Doctor’s work on. Their disbelief that they have to learn what is essentially a new language, on the fly, in front ofContinue reading “Happy Birthday to the Master of Rhyme”
A new year means new books to find, new genres to explore and lots of books to add to your favorites shelf. The possibilities are endless, and that’s the kind of great feeling we could all use right about now. Before you head for Barnes and Noble to redeem your gift cards and stock upContinue reading “10 New Year’s Resolutions: Bookworm Edition”