Book Review: Introverted Mom by Jamie C. Martin

What this book is about:  Jamie dives into the world of mothering as an introvert. She examines how the constant giving of motherhood uniquely affects those who are introverted and offers to help restore and guide introverted moms into their best mothering place. What I liked:  It's a book about introverts! It's written well, packed … Continue reading Book Review: Introverted Mom by Jamie C. Martin

How Reading is Helping my Writing (I think)

I believe it's Stephen King who says that if you want to be a good writer, you must make time for lots of reading and lots of writing. I've been trying to do lots of reading (let's be honest here, I have book reviews scheduled through July already, plus I have THREE more already to … Continue reading How Reading is Helping my Writing (I think)

It’s APRIL! All about reading

I know, April happened like, two weeks ago or whatever, but seriously. Time is a'flyin! Despite my already-massive TBR shelf, I stopped at the library and had my favorite fantasy-reading librarian come up with a stack of books that have NON HUMAN characters. As usual, she did not disappoint. I've got something like 12 new … Continue reading It’s APRIL! All about reading

Thank yous, Patreon, and blog updating

Hey all. The first thing I want to say is Thank You. Thank you for coming. Thank you for being here. Thank you for reading. When I started doing this for realz two years ago, I had no idea what two years down the line would look like. I didn't know if I'd be published, … Continue reading Thank yous, Patreon, and blog updating

What I’m Reading: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

What this book is about:  This book follows a span of time in the life of a boy, Tom Sawyer, as he navigates life. Overall thoughts and opinions:  I'm skipping the 'what I liked' and 'what I didn't like' sections for this week because I just can't even be bothered to critique Mark Twain like … Continue reading What I’m Reading: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

What I’m Reading: The Wide-Awake Princess by E. D. Baker

What the book is about:  This book follows Annie, a princess, as she tries to save her kingdom after her sister, Gwendolyn, and the rest of the kingdom falls victim to a sleeping spell. It's a fun take on Sleeping Beauty, but we follow Annie, the Wide-Awake Princess, as she travels through other familiar fairy … Continue reading What I’m Reading: The Wide-Awake Princess by E. D. Baker

Book Review: The Purple Kitty by Vickie J. Litten

What the book is about:  Eddie and her sister, Dory, fly to China to visit their mother, an archaeologist. On the flight to the island where their mother is, the plane flies into a terrible storm and the girls are forced to jump. When Eddie awakes several days later, she learns that Dory has been … Continue reading Book Review: The Purple Kitty by Vickie J. Litten

What I’m Reading: To the King A Daughter by Andre Norton and Sasha Miller

What this book is about:  This is Volume 1 in the Cycle of Oak, Yew, Ash, and Rowan. The story follows Queen Ysa as she tries to manage her kingdom behind the face of her ever-drunk husband, consorting with dark magic to consolidate powers and create a lasting legacy for her house. Meanwhile, in the … Continue reading What I’m Reading: To the King A Daughter by Andre Norton and Sasha Miller

What I’m Reading: Bird By Bird by Anne Lamott

What the book is about:  I'd consider this to be a sister book to Sometimes the Magic Works. It's certainly in that same realm; advice about writing and life how sometimes, the two of them converge. What I liked:  Short chapters - With kids running around and interrupting me all the time, it was nice … Continue reading What I’m Reading: Bird By Bird by Anne Lamott

Meet the Author: Rebekah Hargraves

Ever wish you could sit down with a cup o’ joe with a writer and ask all those pesky questions? Well, you don’t have to because I did! Sort of. This week we get to meet Rebekah Hargraves, the author of Lies Moms Believe that I reviewed last week. I could relate SO MUCH to … Continue reading Meet the Author: Rebekah Hargraves