Author Spotlight, Insipration, Reading Challenge, Reading Tips

Back to Basics: How to Read Shakespeare

Today is Shakespeare's birthday, so to celebrate I thought I'd share another post in my Back to Basics series. Last time our focus was on reading and understanding poetry, and today we're taking things one step farther by focusing on the man, the myth, the legend: William Shakespeare. Today's post starts with some overall tips… Continue reading Back to Basics: How to Read Shakespeare

2018 Books, Reading Challenge

12 Months of Books: April Suggestions

Of all the themes we've been reading together for this year's Reading Challenge, so far I've been most excited about planning April's--poems and plays. April is national poetry month, and it's also the birth month of William Shakespeare, the greatest playwright in English literature. That's why I selected this theme for our 2018 reading journey!… Continue reading 12 Months of Books: April Suggestions

2017 Books, Book Reviews

Romeo and Juliet…Again

My apologies in advance for the length of this post! I started writing my thoughts and just couldn't stop. On the bright side, I've included pictures to break up that dreaded text wall! ūüôā¬† When I started this post, I tried to count up the number of times I‚Äôve read Romeo and Juliet--I read it… Continue reading Romeo and Juliet…Again

Life and Style, Quick Links

Midweek Miscellanea 

It's hard to believe that in just a few short weeks, Summer will be here!¬†The last few months of school are always ridiculously busy, so I've been feeling like the blog has been a little neglected. So in the spirit of spicing things up, here's a random collection of things that I'm reading/loving. Currently Reading:… Continue reading Midweek Miscellanea¬†