Top Ten Tuesday: Book Besties

I have a weird quirk that I pride myself on and it's this: somehow I've managed to surround myself with the loveliest people whom I'm lucky enough to call friends. In thinking of this week's topic, not many characters could compete, so I had to go big. 10. Richard Gansey III- The Raven Boys. Up... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tuesday: Auto-borrow Authors

Hey, this gal works in a public library and must endorse borrowing with every given chance. Truthfully, I rarely buy any new releases. Most of my book pennies go to thrifted classics and childhood favorites. My personal library is eclectic, full of mismatched sets and spines that possess names of long-dead writers. If I were... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tuesday: Beloved Children’s books

I truly love this week's prompt, but I'll be honest--I did no soul-searching to dig up my childhood favorites. Instead, I listed the first few that came to mind. I limited the list to legitimate childhood years-strictly below age thirteen. I recommend them all. The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes- by DuBose Heyward,¬†Marjorie... Continue Reading →

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