Pam Eaton-An Extraordinary Few

Today, I'm pleased to share an interview with author Pam Eaton, whose book AN EXTRAORDINARY FEW released recently! You can find her on her website, Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook. Enjoy! * * * Tell me about your book. This is my back cover blurb. And I'm only using it because I'd go on a long …

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Baby Steps

My oldest started preschool yesterday, and my husband starts his (FINAL!!) school year in a couple of weeks. We're slowly getting back into something resembling routine, and that means I'm taking another crack at the old blog. Writing has been slow lately--possibly because I started rereading Harry Potter and that's all I want to do …

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May and Beautiful People

May was a month for stepping back, planning, and reigniting the flames of creativity. Work is slowly moving forward on the Endless Sands, and there is hope that life may one day return to a semi-normal routine. One day. Okay, scratch that last part--who am I kidding? What I read this month: Rain Reign by …

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Revenge of the Fifth

I totally missed out on May the Fourth (too busy playing on inflatable slides), so I'm here to wish you all a happy Revenge of the Fifth. Also, how is it May 5th already?! I'm late for my end-of-April post, so here's a quick look at the books I read in April: Simon Thorn and …

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Saturday Night Shelfie

More boxes arrived this week from our latest move, many of them filled with books. Since we're only at a temporary stop, most of my beloved books are staying in their boxes for a bit. But here's a peek at the few of my favorite comfort books I've kept out: A Corner of White and …

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Goodbye, March!

What I read: The Invaders by John Flanagan The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery (How has it taken me this long? I loved it!) Simon Thorne and the Wolf's Den by Aimee Carter The Outlaws of Sherwood by Robin McKinley (AND IT WAS BEAUTIFUL.) Castle Hangnail by Ursula Vernon (Super cute story of a …

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Books of 2016

I love looking back on Goodreads at the end of each year to see what I've read--the amazing, the okay, and the forgettable. 2016 was a good year for reading, and I had a hard time narrowing it down for a favorites list. These ones made the cut: ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE by …

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