I’m catching a flight to Seattle in less than 6 hours and I’m breaking one of my cardinal rules, which is to never, ever take a real book on a plane. Real books are too heavy and clunky and they limit you to just… Continue Reading “What I’m reading: Milk Cow Kitchen”
Alright, so… romantic fiction? Yay or nay? As a reader, they’re my favorite kind of books to lose myself in and, as an aspiring writer, romance is, by far, my go-to topic. Trying to find good romance novels to read… Well, that’s a challenge.… Continue Reading “The problem with romantic fiction”
I’m exhausted. Mentally and physically.
I’m in love. With a book. I checked out Barnheart: The Incurable Longing for A Farm of One’s Own by Jenna Woginrich from the library, fully planning to leave it on my iPad until I got to the airport next Monday for my flight(s)… Continue Reading “What I’m reading…”
As I have stated in a previous entry, I’ve had a long-time ban on books written in first person POV (known as FPPOV for the rest of this entry). That ban ended, though, upon giving in and reading Colleen Hoover’s Hopeless, because then I… Continue Reading “The POV debate”
One of my favorite authors of all time is LaVyrle Spencer. Her novel Years is among my most-read books and it still makes me cry every time. I just discovered that her novel Morning Glory was turned into a film in 1993 and it’s on Netflix!!!! And it… Continue Reading “Omigosh omigosh omigosh!!!!”
I just finished reading this incredible book. Hopeless by Colleen Hoover. This book is written in first-person. One of my cardinal rules of reading is “never, ever read a book written in first person!” The reviews for Hopeless, though, were so positive and glowing and full of… Continue Reading “When a book leaves you shattered and moved and hopeful”