Book BFFs — a Top Ten Tuesday list

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic at The Broke and The Bookish:  Ten Books About Friendship. 10. Nancy Drew and friends. And many other books I read as a kid including the Oz series and the Little House books by Laura … Continue reading →

Clockwork Universe and Quicksilver — Monday Reading

I’m so looking forward to Bloggiesta! Will you be participating? I intend to write my sign up post this afternoon. My Sunday was mostly spent organizing my reading plans so I could join the Spring Reading Thing and Once Upon … Continue reading →

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? — March 17

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! My blog celebration of St. Patrick’s Day was on Saturday in the form of a Weekend Cooking post about cabbage salad. Cabbage is cheap, plentiful, and tasty around St. Patrick’s Day — so pick up a … Continue reading →

Sunday Salon — March 16

Good morning! Time: // 8:56 am. The scene: // Snapped back to cold and rainy after several days in a row that were nice enough to walk without a jacket. Listening to: // My Cheering up playlist including “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On … Continue reading →

Dewey’s Read-a-Thon — Best Reading & Mid-Event Survey

The Mid-Event Survey is up at Dewey’s Read-a-Thon. Here are my answers: 1) How are you doing? Sleepy? Are your eyes tired? Not so bad. It’s time to fix supper, so I’m sure I’ll be energized after that. 2) What have … Continue reading →

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

I’ve been dealing with allergies and other minor medical issues. That’s been bad for my exercise and many other things, but great for my reading! Read In the last couple of weeks, I read both of the books in Marissa … Continue reading →

Book Review: Scarlet by Marissa Meyer

Book: Scarlet by Marissa Meyer Genre: Young Adult Fantasy/Sci Fi Publisher: Feiwel & Friends Publication date: 2013 Source: Purchased as an e-book Summary: Scarlet continues the story that began with Cinder (Book Review: Cinder by Marissa Meyer). This one re-tells Red Riding Hood … Continue reading →