All right, we're two months in to 2018. How's your reading going? I'll be honest, I had an excellent reading month in January, but things really ground to a halt in February. I'm excited about the new month--and I'm hoping to be able to finish a few new books in the next 31 days. Counting… Continue reading 12 Months of Books: March Suggestions
It's February--can you believe it? Our theme this month is "The Greatest of These is Love," and I've got a great list of titles to share, plus more for you to browse on Amazon!
Today we've come to the third installment of a new series I'm calling "Back to Basics." The first post was all about making and/or finding time to read, the second focused on how to make sure you're making sense of what you read, and today's post is all about making connections with what you read.… Continue reading Back to Basics: Making Connections
I know it's still technically 2017, but let me be the first to say "Happy New Year!" You've almost made it to 2018!! As you know, this year I'm hosting a reading challenge that's theme-based. You can read all about why that's the case here. The theme for January is "A New Chapter," and I've… Continue reading 12 Months of Books: January Suggestions
Happy Wednesday! The 2018 Reading Challenge is here, and I'm so excited to share it with you! Last year's challenge was a lot of fun, and I grew as a reader by following the 50-book checklist I made and shared with y'all. I've also heard from friends and family that the lists were a great… Continue reading 2018 Reading Challenge
Have you ever suffered from any type of mental or creative block? If so, Steven Pressfield has some suggestions for you in his book The War of Art. Pressfield, a successful novelist and screenwriter, shares his interesting thoughts about fighting the creative battle in this little book. I originally downloaded this on Audible, but I decided… Continue reading The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
Over the last two weeks I've been listening to The Radium Girls by Kate Moore, a fascinating story about a relatively unknown group of women who stood up for their rights in the 1920s and 30s. This book was captivating, and it was a great book to listen to on Audible. For the past few years now,… Continue reading The Radium Girls