Taking Tea in the Kasbah

Tagged: books

This week’s WANA Friday topic is to write about book I’ve recently read that impacted me in some way. I’ve just finished reading an incredibly sweet, fantastically penned YA novel, Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell. From Goodreads: “Set over the … Read the rest→

This week’s Friday theme among my blogging friends is to share a book that you can read over and over again, those comforting, familiar tales and characters that you never tire of spending time with between the pages. I have … Read the rest→

The best of a book is not the thought which it contains, but the thought which it suggests; just as the charm of music dwells not in the tones but in the echoes of our hearts.  ~Oliver Wendell Holmes *** … Read the rest→

Before we jump in to the Would You Rather question of the week, I just want to thank all of you who stopped by on Monday to take a peek around the new kasbah. It means a great deal to … Read the rest→

Today I am over at the fabulous Fabio Bueno’s blog for his YAmondAY series where I’m talking about three creepily good YA books. Here’s an excerpt: Last week, Elizabeth Fais shared three great spooky-fun YA reads. This week, I’m going to … Read the rest→

I’ve been one lucky lady these days, at least in the blogospheric sense. I’ve been nominated by the lovely and talented Ellen Gregory for the “Tell Me About Yourself” Award and have been given the task of sharing 7 things … Read the rest→

This spring has been the season for tagging and nominations from fellow bloggers. It’s such an honor to be noticed and acknowledged! I feel like I’ve been temporarily crowned Queen of the Playground while getting to hold the esteemed golden … Read the rest→

It’s time for the Weekend Road Trip, dear readers! In an effort to be a little more eco-friendly to the Earth, I thought we would hop aboard the train and take in the scenery from the rails. With any luck, … Read the rest→

I recently finished reading the non-fiction book Out of Character: Surprising Truths About the Liar, Cheat, Sinner (and Saint) Lurking in All of Us by David DeSteno and Piercarlo Valdesolo. Usually I am more drawn to fiction books, but my … Read the rest→

There’s a lot of Valentine’s Day gift-giving advice out there today. Much of it is good, some of it is even great.  Like this advice from vlogbrothers co-conspirator, John Green: (yes, you’re right – I can’t get enough of the … Read the rest→

Send me a Letter

Sending your message. Please wait...

Thanks for sending your message! I'll be in touch soon.

Whoops! There was a problem sending your message. Mind giving that another try?

Please complete all the fields in the form before sending.