Ramble Ramble Rosie
Have I told you about my friend Rosie? She’s very smart, and very funny, and my partner in crime when it comes to creating book challenges. She recently started a bookstagram account, too, and it’s simply gorgeous. If you aren’t following her already, you should be.
The Painted Girls by Cathy Marie Buchanan
Yes, I’m still working on my 2016 book challenge. Since The Painted Girls fulfilled the “something your mom recommends” category, I present to you my genius mother’s review: “This book called my name from several places—bookstores, airports, discount chains—so I finally gave in and purchased it. Having a niece in the ballet industry, combined with my…
Koa Beck is smart
I want to share an article with you. It was written by Koa Beck and published in The Atlantic on December 31, 2015. I was directed to it for work reasons earlier this spring and have read it several times since. I think I learn something new every time. So now it’s your turn. Let me…
Two years, baby!
WordPress says I’ve been a blogger for two years today. Not a very good one, but there you go. To celebrate, here’s a photo of my Brindle & Glass books in their red chair prison. Also, my nephews, my birthday plant, and my after Christmas Christmas lights. I like it.
I got a new mug for my birthday and I love it so much that it inspired me to whip up a new Instagram account for TouchWood Editions and Brindle & Glass. Find us @twe.bg.
I love books and I love lists, so what better way to celebrate the end of the year than with a bunch of Best Books of 2015 lists (a two column bulleted list that I coded myself, I might add): Quill & Quire (notable) The Globe and Mail Chapters Indigo CBC National Post Writers’ Trust Publishers…
I am nearly finished my reading challenge for the year, but I still need to decide what to read for my last category—a book that is more than ten years old. These are the options from my book shelf. Any suggestions / thoughts?
Look what I got!!!
It’s finally here! It’s finally here! I already know that Furiously Happy is going to be one of my favourite books, and not just because it’s gold and sparkly. And after how much I loved Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, I’m pretty ding dang darn excited for Hollow City, too! #ILoveBeingABookNerd