The Literary Flaneur
I was sweeping the shop when a glimmer between two floorboards caught my eye. A penny? I knelt for a closer look.
“Lucinda Chapdelaine was orphaned as a young child when her parents left for a royal ball and never returned. 580 more words
2 weeks, 4 days
Sunday nights have become Hot Cocoa and Once Upon a Time Night in our family. My dad has flat-out said, “What a goofy show,” but he endures it because the rest of it—Mom, Brother, Me—are oddly fascinated. 338 more words
3 weeks, 1 day
My bookshelves are bursting. I feel bad—I don’t want my dear books to be squished, especially when I pack them in so tightly I can hardly tug them back out. 350 more words