Book Quotes

Over the past decade or so, I’ve been trying to jot down the best quotes from the books I read–quotes that take my breath away. I forget to write these down a lot, but I have collected quite a few. Recently I uncovered the notebook I had kept these quotes in and wanted to share…… Continue reading Book Quotes

Children’s Books About Disabilities

Representation is extremely important in the roles of media and literature. Fortunately, I’ve been seeing a lot more representation of LGBTQ+ and POC lately, though there can always be more. One topic I find lacking among the popular culture though is that of disability. I was in a car accident with my family two years…… Continue reading Children’s Books About Disabilities

August 9th is National Book Lover’s Day!

Today is book lover’s day in the USA as well as many other countries! The creator and origin of this unofficial holiday is yet unknown but the idea is take some time today to de-stress without technology and with a book. A day perfect for bibliophiles. Here are some fun facts on the history of…… Continue reading August 9th is National Book Lover’s Day!

Book Review: The Testaments by Margaret Atwood

4/5 stars I just finished reading the sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, The Testaments by Margaret Atwood. This book was the winner of the Booker Prize 2019 and a Sunday Times Bestseller. The Testaments takes place at least fifteen years after The Handmaid’s Tale. The story has three different narrators–Aunt Lydia, another girl in Gilead,…… Continue reading Book Review: The Testaments by Margaret Atwood

Romance Awareness Month

For fun, I thought I’d look up August quirky national and international holidays that often go amiss. There’s actually a lot for August–national ice cream sandwich day, bow tie day, and underwear day, to name a few. But what I found interesting was the whole month of August is dedicated to Romance Awareness! According to…… Continue reading Romance Awareness Month