March Book Madness! Day 9 Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Books I Wish I Had Read When I Was Younger — So Many Thoughts. . .

Kid’s Reading by Walter Firle via BookArt: 30 Stunning Classic Paintings of Reading People For future reference, I would love to be tagged in any book initiatives! For this post, I am doing a Tag Tuesday post from Meeghan @ Meeghan Reads. Today I will list the top 5 books I wish I could have […]Continue reading “March Book Madness! Day 9 Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Books I Wish I Had Read When I Was Younger — So Many Thoughts. . .”

March Madness: Review A Book A Day — So Many Thoughts. . .

Fairy Book, Illustration Ольга Калиниченко (Olga Kalinichenko)- Dreamstime.com I’ve been excited about this post for several weeks! For February, I wanted to focus on my yoga practice and the lessons I learned from exercising throughout the month. I talk a lot about animated movies, silent movies, and TV Shows. This is fitting because I love […]Continue reading “March Madness: Review A Book A Day — So Many Thoughts. . .”

Featured Book: The Way of the Househusband, Volume 1

This is actually a book recommendation for this whole series. About a year ago, I came across this manga while trying to find new series to read. Oh goodness, this is one of the funniest book series I have read in a long time! Here is the basic plot. A mafia member Tatsu (aka “TheContinue reading “Featured Book: The Way of the Househusband, Volume 1”

Featured Book: As You Are (2008)

Overview: I am an avid fan of historical fiction writer Sarah M. Eden. Usually, she writes Regency Era romances. The third book in Eden’s Jonquil brothers series, As You Are, takes place in Regency Era England and focuses on the quietest of the seven Jonquil sons, Corbin. Completely smitten with a widow Clara Bentford, who recently movedContinue reading “Featured Book: As You Are (2008)”

Featured Book: A Wind in the Door (1973)

Rather than talking about the more widely renowned A Wrinkle in Time (1962), I wanted to take a moment and appreciate its sequel, A Wind in the Door. I love the first three books in Madeleine L’Engle‘s Time Quintet and feel sad I never experienced these books as a child. I didn’t read them until I was in my mid-twenties.  TheseContinue reading “Featured Book: A Wind in the Door (1973)”