Margreete’s Harbor Author, Eleanor Morse St. Martin’s Press 384 Pages I had this lovely book with me last summer on… Read more Margreete’s Harbor
As a fan of Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft, of course I made a “22 for 2022” list. After four… Read more Reading All Day!
You may or may not have noticed that I’m a wee bit behind on the posts. Important, unexpected extended family… Read more To Be Continued…
I’m so excited to be committing to an autumn of Virginia Woolf! I can’t wait to share this time with… Read more An Autumn of Woolf Schedule
Many of you know that I am borderline obsessed with Virginia Woolf’s writing. To me, nobody, and I mean nobody,… Read more My Autumn of Woolf
There’s something special about reading a borrowed book. I don’t mean a library book, although that can be special too.… Read more Something Borrowed…
If sprezzatura means to express art in such a manner as to convey a supposed effortlessness, then let’s unmask that,… Read more Unmasking the Sprezzatura of Writing: What’s Under My Bed?
Do you know about Little Free Libraries? I first read about them in Writer’s Digest, and then again at a… Read more I Want to Launch a Little Free Library!