Spine Study :: Nunslinger

Wait. Before you roll your eyes at a gun totin’ nun, let me tell you one thing about Nunslinger by Stark Holbein: It’s a freakin’ blast. Seriously, this book was a pleasure. It’s a “don’t think too hard and just sit back” kind of read with western elements and constant cliffhangers. There’s a dash of […]

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3 of My Bookish Quirks

Quirks. Habits. Rituals. Call them what you wish – but when a new book comes into my possession I have a tendency to do one of (or all) three things: 1. I was gifted a personalized library stamp by one of my favorite people in the world – and now, I’m frantic to get home […]

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3 YA Series I Recommend Most Often

Do you have a series (or a couple) that you find yourself recommending all the time? When people throw out certain trigger words like: “sarcastic male MC” or “Victorian London” do you always think of a certain set of books? On the YA spectrum, popular series get tossed around A LOT (versus single releases). No […]

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Personal Post :: May ’19 (Slump)

Back in August of 2018, I shared a post about my relationship with creative energy –> In a Slump :: Courting Inspiration. There were several anecdotes I listed, in essence, to seduce inspiration back into my life when I’m in a slump – whether pertaining to reading or writing. The post was a quirky, personal narrative […]

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Spine Study: What the Wind Knows

An Amazon Charts and Washington Post bestseller. In an unforgettable love story, a woman’s impossible journey through the ages could change everything… Anne Gallagher grew up enchanted by her grandfather’s stories of Ireland. Heartbroken at his death, she travels to his childhood home to spread his ashes. There, overcome with memories of the man she adored and […]

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