I can't believe how fast 2018 has flown by, and even though I say that every year, I really mean it! 2018 has been full of good things and hard things, and I'm so thankful to have a chance over Christmas break to sit down and reflect over the past 365 days. Part of that reflection,… Continue reading Best Books of 2018
I can hardly believe that it is time for another Advent reading list, but here we are! Over the years I've had the privilege of reading several wonderful Advent devotional books, so I thought I'd take a moment to share what I'm planning on reading this year, as well as some other titles I've mentioned here before that you might enjoy.
I didn't want to let the month of October slip away without posting anything to the blog, so here's a quick update to let you know what's been happening over the last few weeks. Just like last year, October has been a crazy month. It started out with Homecoming festivities at work, and it hasn't… Continue reading October Update
A few months ago, when I had time to be more disciplined about blog posts, I kept to a fairly regular schedule of posting new reviews on Thursdays and other literary content on Mondays. However, you might have noticed that the number of posts on the blog has dropped sharply in the last few months!… Continue reading Review: The Defining Decade by Meg Jay
September means school, football, and the promise of cooler temperatures. And even though here in Georgia we've been back in school for almost a month, in many places the school year is just beginning. That's why the September theme for our reading challenge this year is "Back to School." In honor of the kids everywhere… Continue reading 12 Months of Books: September Suggestions
This month's theme for our 12-month reading challenge is "Lazy Days," but for me the month of August is anything but lazy! I picked this theme to focus in on one of my new favorite ways of discovering great stories: audiobooks. With school starting back, there's no way I'll be able to read as many… Continue reading 12 Months of Books: August Suggestions
“Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” --Henry James Well, I hate to say it, but there aren't that many summer afternoons left before the school year rolls around again. And while I'm always excited for a fresh start in August, I do hate… Continue reading What I Read This Summer: Rapid Reviews