I am part of everything that I have read. Theodore Roosevelt A few posts in felt like an appropriate time to let you all get to know me. Here is a little q&a for those who don't know me and for those who do. I've taken these questions from a variety of other book blogs … Continue reading getting to know me.
“Maybe this quietude—these small, daily pleasures—could be enough.” Chloe Benjamin's novel, The Anatomy of Dreams, begins at a boarding school where we meet the primary characters Sylvie and Gabe, who are dating. Throughout the early stages, Gabe confuses Sylvie with dodgy behavior and mysterious vanishings. He sneaks out of her room in the middle of … Continue reading the anatomy of dreams review.
An aromatic warm cup of coffee. The feel of pages turning between your fingers. Music to surround yourself in coziness. I present to you a little playlist to create your own cafe-esque space. Light a candle, pour another cup of joe, and crack those book spines. Enjoy. https://open.spotify.com/user/12137597688/playlist/4VJ9gq4fU6xM8xXLMtgJkt?si=0e1oSKoUQOu_9atdLFhOrg
A collection of works that left me breathless at times. Words spun into dictum that made me think, "Did she crawl into my brain?" First and foremost: Too Much and Not in the Mood by Durga Chew-Bose is an assortment of essays exploring creative writing. The title is lended from Virginia Woolf’s A Writer’s Diary, … Continue reading not in the mood review.