Bookshelf Tour

25 Jun 19
Lori's Bookshelf Reads

Technically I have like a month of summer, because I’m not here until July 10th. Summer for me started on May 23rd then ends when school is here. Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was […]

24 Jun 19
Tyler Dinneen

An excellent pair of books from an excellent author. There’s a reason why Nicholas Eames is one of my new favorite authors.

23 Jun 19
Grounds for Inspiration

This shop is a special find for me. I first stumbled upon it – I’m not sure…four, five years ago? I want to say it was when I was here on tour, but that would have been seven. I can’t remember. I had forgotten its existence and rediscovered it again last year when Kara played […]

23 Jun 19
A Woman of No Importance

Another big city that has always been on my to-do list is Belfast, and in general, Northern Ireland (and that’s not just because of Game of Thrones)! After a very short yet boozy plane ride, we arrived in torrential rain, and after running straight into the nearest taxi,  the driver kindly informed us that we’d […]

23 Jun 19
A Bookish Dream

Hardcover: 368 pages Publisher: Tor Teen (January 22, 2019) Language: English ISBN-10: 1250193850 ISBN-13: 978-1250193858 Praise for ONLY A BREATH APART “Katie McGarry knows what YA is, how it works, and what it can do better than anyone, but she always takes it one step further.” ―Hypable “Fair warning: Picture-perfect Scarlett and misunderstood Jesse will […]

23 Jun 19
A Dance With Books

It is that time of year again where I show you guys my shelves for the year! I seem to be enjoying myself much more than you all. This year things will go slightly different. Instead of the normal introduction I am starting with a FAQ which is this post. From there on out there […]

23 Jun 19
Aleteia — Catholic Spirituality, Lifestyle, World News, and Culture

The cobblestone streets of Lviv in Western Ukraine are quaint, but if one has to walk through them on a rainy day, it’s a challenge to keep one’s feet dry. The ages have made the stones uneven, and puddles form in the most inconvenient places. But because the old part of Lviv is protected as […]

22 Jun 19
Beyond the Flow

Welcome to Another Weekend Coffee Share! Apparently, today marks the Winter Solstice here in Australia, although in typical form where nothing is certain or guaranteed, the shortest day might actually fall either side of the anticipated date. So sad, too bad. This is when this little black duck is going to celebrate and all that […]

22 Jun 19
American in Korea

A Korean villa is very different from villas in other parts of the world. We lived in a villa in Morocco, and it was a nice, big, two story house.  From what I understand, if you go somewhere like Italy, Portugal, or Spain, villas are also nice big houses with at least two stories.  However, […]