Category Archives: Book Talk

Sunday Coffee – RIP XIV

And it’s here!!!!! For the I-don’t-know-how-many-eth time, I’m participating in the Readers Imbibing Peril Challenge this fall. (I believe my first time was 2009?) For those who haven’t heard of this before, the RIP Challenge runs from September 1st to … Continue reading

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Books on the List

For those of you who knew me as a blogger in the first half of 2011, you’ll probably remember a major shift that I made a few months into the year. I went from reading and reviewing 15+ books per … Continue reading

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Unpopular Opinions

Back in my early days of blogging (2008!), I wrote up a tiny post that just said one thing: Confession: I think Colin Firth is U-G-L-Y. It was my first blog experience with negative confessions and unpopular opinions, and thankfully … Continue reading

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Wellness Wednesday – Wizards Unite!

A week ago, I didn’t know the upcoming release date of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. I knew it was meant to be this year, pushed back from last year, but I hadn’t seen an actual release date. Imagine my surprise … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – Books Galore

Every December, I compile a list of “book priorities,” which includes all the books I want to read and/or try throughout the upcoming year. I pull the list from several sources: my audio queue, my physical and virtual TBR, my … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – The Power of Good Narration

This week I listened to a book, title not to be mentioned here, read by my favorite audio narrator, Kate Reading. (If you need to know, you can check out my 2019 Books page for book #20.) This is a … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – Slump

I really didn’t plan to disappear from the blog this month. I hit the 14th – the day after my youngest’s birthday – and had another massive hive attack, even worse than in February. From there, my health just deteriorated. … Continue reading

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