Mini-Reviews | The Spring 2022 Edition | Part One

Hello again, dear readers. After a crazy week - and the actual arrival of spring - I am happy to be back. We have three more weeks of school, including this one, before I complete my high school years and we all jump into summer life. Perhaps unsurprisingly, I am the least excited about the… Continue reading Mini-Reviews | The Spring 2022 Edition | Part One

King Richard (2021) | Movie Thoughts

2021 | PG-13 King Richard is the story of a remarkable man with talented daughters. It is a story about the power of determination and hard work. It is a story of one family’s living out of the American Dream. The story of two sisters who were born to dedicated parents. Sisters who would become… Continue reading King Richard (2021) | Movie Thoughts

Shadowed Loyalty – Roseanna M. White | Release Day!!

Hello again dear readers! I am dropping by today to share a bit about Shadowed Loyalty. (As a side note, I hope to hop back on here later this week with one of the several posts I have in process.) I just received my copy (!!) of this lovely book today and after reading about… Continue reading Shadowed Loyalty – Roseanna M. White | Release Day!!

Butterfly Yellow – Thanhhà Lai | Bookish Thoughts

Published: 2019 | 4 stars | Add on: TheStoryGraph or Goodreads Butterfly Yellow is a recent novel that tells the story of Hang (hereafter known as H, due to the fact that the proper letters are unavailable), a young woman who immigrates to the United States from Vietnam, a country that - at the time… Continue reading Butterfly Yellow – Thanhhà Lai | Bookish Thoughts

The Summer We Forgot by Caroline George | A (Brief) Book Review

Some memories are better left forgotten. Darby and Morgan haven’t spoken for two years, and their friend group has splintered. But when the body of their former science teacher is found in the marsh where they attended camp that summer, they realize they have more questions than answers . . . and even fewer memories.… Continue reading The Summer We Forgot by Caroline George | A (Brief) Book Review

Mini-Reviews | The Winter 2022 Edition | Part 2

Hello again, dear readers. Spring seems to be hiding from us this week, we have had a stretch of over all chilly days and although I cannot wait for sunny, warm weather (or more of last night's pouring rain), today seems to be a fitting day to post my last "Winter 2022" post. As I… Continue reading Mini-Reviews | The Winter 2022 Edition | Part 2

Miscellaneous #1 | Recent Favorites & More

Hello again, dear readers. I hope that this post finds you well enough and enjoying some sunshine. Spring seems to be teasing us here in New England and sadly we are once again heading into some cooler weather. Anyway, now that I have completed my typical weather update ( I am still unsure why I… Continue reading Miscellaneous #1 | Recent Favorites & More

A Selection of Bookish Words | quotes + poetry | feat. old photos of mine | Part Two

Hello again, dear readers. After a week of spring-like weather, spring has officially arrived, bringing with it another stretch of rather cool days. Despite this delay of true warm weather, farm-life is beginning to pick up its pace as we begin the transition from winter-schedule to summer-schedule. And - due to my general lack of… Continue reading A Selection of Bookish Words | quotes + poetry | feat. old photos of mine | Part Two

Munich: The Edge of War (2020) | Movie Thoughts

Hello again, dear readers! I hope that you are all experiencing a lovely spring-like day, like I am here. The fact that spring seems to be arriving is so wonderful and - at least for me - seems to bring with it a fresh wave of energy and inspiration. Anyway, we (a few of my… Continue reading Munich: The Edge of War (2020) | Movie Thoughts

The London House – Katherine Reay | A (Brief) Book Review

Caroline Payne thinks it’s just another day of work until she receives a call from Mat Hammond, an old college friend and historian. But pleasantries are cut short. Mat has uncovered a scandalous secret kept buried for decades: In World War II, Caroline’s British great-aunt betrayed family and country to marry her German lover. Determined… Continue reading The London House – Katherine Reay | A (Brief) Book Review