When it comes to my reading challenge this week (135/180) I haven’t been doing very well. After finishing Vampires of Manhattan on Sunday, I’ve been rereading books I read last year (the problem with starting series when the final book comes out this year). 153 more words
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A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness starts out in a library! The main character drinks copious amounts of tea, does yoga, is an historian, and seems to have agency! 658 more words
I would describe myself as one of those people that must finish a book. Once it starts, it must have an end. But every long once in a while I start a book that I find repugnant or just plain boring, and for the life of me, I just canNOT finish it. 784 more words
“A Discovery Of Witches” has a strong sense of place and how people live in them, even though the places are disparate – academic life in Oxford, long-established aristocracy in a Château in rural France, an old Family home in Madison New York. 746 more words
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I feel a little guilty for falling off the face of the blog world and failing in my duties as a consistent blogger and more importantly (to me at least) an active and supportive blog friend to some of the amazing blogs I follow! 1,056 more words