I just started reading this book and haven’t gotten around it but I just simply want to share this quote from the book. “It was easy to begin things, easy to end them too, but to make everything in between make sense . . . that was the challenge.” Happy reading, everyone!
*Cinders and Sparrows by Stefan Bachmann* Chapter Two The woods reared up above me, wild and twisting, a dark mass of evergreens and gnarled oaks. Night was falling quickly, and I could hear the infinite layers of sound from the forest’s depths, the hoot of owls, the whispering of leaves, the creak of branches .… Continue reading #nowreading [March 10, 2021]
🌸 Hi, everyone. It’s been ages since I was last here! 2020 had been a difficult year, I’m sure not only for me, but for everyone with the virus and everything that happened but I’m just thankful that I was able to make it and my family and friends were all okay. I’m happy that… Continue reading Hello, 2021 🎀
*break your glass slippers by Amanda Lovelace* fairy godmother says who you want to kiss is not the problem as long as you get permission first
Hi, guys! It’s been ages, I know! I hope everyone is healthy and well. The past couple of months have been a drag with everything that’s happened. I was busy with work, nothing new there, though our company implemented the WFH arrangement, John got sick, my dad went home, the virus is still here and… Continue reading from me to you #45 Busy, busy, busy!
WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words. It’s fun and simple, you just have to answer the three W’s: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? You can also join by answering and linking your blog post back… Continue reading WWW Wednesday, June 17, 2020
*The Bird and the Sword by Amy Harmon* I don’t know but this book reminds me so much of A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kremmerer. Not sure which came out first but these two have some things in common. Twenty The day of the nuptials dawned crisp and clear, and the city… Continue reading #nowreading [June 16, 2020]
|★★★★/★★★★★| Title: Regretting You Author: Colleen Hoover Publication Date: December 10, 2019 Page count: 363 “Sometimes you have to walk away from the fight in order to win it.” It took me a while to pick up this book because of everything that’s happened these past few months. To think that we were home quarantined… Continue reading Book Review: Regretting You by Colleen Hoover
*Call It What You Want by Brigid Kemmerer* 📖 Hi everyone! I just want to share the latest book I’m reading. There’s only one book I’ve read by Brigid Kemmerer, A Curse so Dark and Lonely, which was pretty good so seeing this title by her made me want to read it. I actually don’t… Continue reading #nowreading: [May 19, 2020]
Everyday we try to find answers Everyday we thrive to survive We hold onto each other, we march on We stay together and fight for our lives Asking for help is useless ‘Cause some people just don’t listen We must fend for ourselves, we must go on We must save the life we are given… Continue reading Poem: Let us Heal