I’m a bit out of sync with blogging these days. I seem to say that a lot…both the act of not blogging and saying that I’m not. I wish I had the focus that I did at one point because back then I had that passion. What I’m trying to say is that I don’t … More Life out of Sync
I found this questionnaire/book tag over at the Boundless Books blog. Head over there if you want to read their answers! Author You’ve Read the Most From: Recently, I’ve read a lot of books by Robert Beatty. I was reading his Serafina quartet and found it to be interesting. I’ve also read a number of … More A-Z Bookish Questions
Lately I’ve been browsing Pinterest and found this little book tag. It sounded interesting so I thought I’d give it a whirl. (On a side note, how often do you use Pinterest? I can forget about it for months then get in daily finding good stuff.) 1. Ebook or physical book? Physical. I can concentrate … More The Rapid Fire Book Tag
One thing that I’ve always found interesting about book blogs and BookTube and even bookstagram is the people always seem to know what books are getting published in the next year. In the very least, they know what books are coming out in the next month. I don’t have that kind of mentality. Sometimes, if … More New Books.
I’ve been (re) reading Outlander by Diana Gabalson lately. It’s slow going since it’s such a long book and I’ve been reading other books as well. I first read it about 5 or 6 years ago and I wasn’t impressed with it then. I blame it on not knowing that it was more romance than … More Outlandish
I’ve been in a bit of a reading mania last week or so. I finished reading the Christmas Box trilogy last week; it definitely felt like I read each one in a day. The first one is definitely one you can read in a day and the others technically so. They’re a little bit longer … More On Reading and Presents.
This writing is tedious. Everyone has a story about the border. In fact, we’re STILL at the border. Oh yes, we’re finally going deeper into Mexico. Watch out for the cartels and the mafia and the police. In fact, don’t say their names out loud. Bribe the police if you get pulled over. Be careful! … More 15 Thoughts While Reading “On the Plain of Snakes”
I’ve fallen out of the habit of writing. Again. It’s not that I don’t want to write, it’s just that sometimes I just don’t. The reasons are either because I don’t feel like it or I don’t have anything to say. Lately it’s because I hadn’t felt like it. And that’s a hard thing to … More A Little Bit of This
I’ve been stuck on writing ideas lately. If you’re wondering why there’s a sudden influx of photography posts, this would be why. I’d rather post a pretty picture than ramble on about a topic that I don’t feel too passionate about. And sometimes a pretty pictures says more than words ever could. If you heard … More Cold.
It seems like most books these days are being turned into movies. As soon as it gets published, you see a trailer for its upcoming movie. There are, however, little gems of books that have been overlooked that would make a wonderful film adaptations. The following are books that I’d love to see be adapted … More Books I’d Love to See Turned Into Movies