2018 Books, Reading Challenge, Reading Tips

12 Months of Books: September Suggestions

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

2018 Books, Book Lists, Reading Challenge

What I Read This Summer: Rapid Reviews

“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

2017 Books, Author Spotlight, Book Reviews, Uncategorized

14 People to Know

We're one week in to the school year, and my last semester of graduate school starts this week (can you hear the Hallelujah Chorus in the distance?). So before things get too crazy, I wanted to pause and share my review of 7 Men by Eric Metaxas. This is a book I read several years ago after… Continue reading 14 People to Know

Book Lists, Insipration, Life and Style, Reading Tips

On My Desk: Books I Can’t Write Without 

Between June and December of this year I'll be working on my longest, most ambitious writing adventure to date: finishing my capstone project for my master's degree. With that in mind, I thought I'd share a peek behind the scenes at the books I can't write without. These are books that live on my desk so I can… Continue reading On My Desk: Books I Can’t Write Without 

2016 Books, Book Lists, Reading Tips

Reconsidering Required Reading

It's the end of the school year, which means pool parties, vacation, and...summer reading? If you're like me, you had to complete summer reading projects each year, and often they were just chores to check off the list. I remember plenty of last-minute-reading sessions during the day or two before school started. Well, today I've… Continue reading Reconsidering Required Reading