My Thoughts: I read this synopsis and was instantly reminded of Daisy Jones and The Six (read my thoughts here), a book I read last year and absolutely adored! At first, I was a bit hesitant these two books would be too similar - and they are - but there are enough major differences that … Continue reading March Spotlight // The Final Revival of Opal and Nev by Dawnie Walton
Last week, it was -30 degrees outside; today, it was 60 degrees. That's a 90 degree difference in a week! I LOVE Colorado weather...it changes so frequently that you can never get bored with it! Anyway, I’d love to hear about what you’ve been reading lately...drop me a comment below! Last Week’s Reads: *** The … Continue reading My Week in Books // 2-24-21
What a week! We were at -29 degrees (-45 when the windchill was factored in) the other morning, and I'm not gonna lie, I felt an incredible amount of guilt as I sent my husband out the door to take care of our cattle. I am incredibly grateful that my dad is not in the … Continue reading My Week in Books // 2-17-21
I am literally in the thick of basketball right now; between my two kids, there's a game almost every night of the week...and all day Sunday. Don't get me wrong: I LOVE IT and I'm so THANKFUL my kids get to play, but it totally cuts into my reading time! When we are home though, … Continue reading My Week in Books // 2-10-21
This book blew me away! It’s a masterpiece that I will reflect on for a very long time. “But he did think about the ways in which his body wasn’t his own and how that condition showed up uniquely for everyone whose personhood wasn’t just disputed but denied. Swirling beneath him were the ways in … Continue reading January Spotlight // The Prophets by Robert Jones, Jr.
Last Week’s Reads: Pet by Akwaeke Emezi I discovered Emezi last year - Freshwater blew me out of the water, and The Death of Vivek Oji found a safe place in my heart forever - so there was little doubt that I would read Pet, Emezi’s young adult debut. Pet is painted into existence by Jam’s … Continue reading My Week in Books // 1-13-21
Welcome back to the bookish version of Six Degrees of Separation. Here’s how it works: Start with the book suggested by Kate over at booksaremyfavouriteandbest, and see where you end up by linking it to six other titles. It’s easy and it’s fun, and no two chains are the same! This week's starting point is Hamnet … Continue reading #6Degrees: From Hamnet to The Four Winds