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Lydia, A Story of Philippi

This book is intended for adults, however, I read it aloud in the presence of young children and only had to soften violence a few times and leave out a few adult sin details that I was not ready to expose the kids to.   109 more words

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Summer book club update

We are 3 lessons in to our summer book club covering Sue Pelletier’s book “collage, paint, draw”

We are exploring the use of new or unusual materials with great success. 29 more words

Studio Happenings

So an author walks into a book club...

The other¬†night I had the pleasure of having my book discussed by the good readers and writers of the “Critical Drinking” Book Club. To set the scene, Critical Drinking is a book club organized by… 580 more words

The Girl on the Train

Happy Friday! By the time this post goes live (thank you scheduling tools!) I will be 100% in wedding mode. My best friend gets married today! 425 more words


For Your Beach Bag: Summer Reads

Are you one of those folks who reads more during the summer than at any other time of year? We hear you. And we know it can be hard to come up with what to read next after you’ve made it to the bottom of your beach stack. 2,540 more words

Staff Picks

Thinking about The Moth Diaries by Rachel Klein

Hello! It’s Thinking Thursday, and that means it’s time for a review :D Book Club Read #3. I was really curious going on how it would be because I find boarding schools really interesting environments, but I ended up disappointed. 679 more words


Book Review- Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

Hi Blogland!

I have some personal life anecdotes before we dig into the review, so bear with me.

I recently transferred from my Starbucks of three years, to the store further up the street. 1,258 more words