Category: books

The Case of the Disappearing Journal by Carolyn Keene

I’ve been listening to Emily P. Freeman’s podcast The Next Right Thing and in it she often mentions how at the end of a season, she likes to look back and reflect on the past few months: what went right, what could have been done differently, what to think about for that same season the following year. I really like…

Happy New Year

Well I totally meant to write a meaningful end-of-year post, but December got a little crazy and I just didn’t get around to it. I’ll do a quick wrap up right now before I move on to my goals for this year. What I did well last year: tracked all of my expenses for the year so I could see…

What I read in 2017

Hola! I don’t really have anything to say today, just felt like coming over here and writing for a bit. OH! Let’s talk about books! What’re you all reading right now? I just finished reading Liane Moriarty’s Truly Madly Guilty (and I think I heard that Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman bought the movie rights to this one) for my…

Summer of Suspense

I mentioned in my last post that I belong to a bookclub. The name of our book club is “We Don’t Talk About Book Club” and so by talking about book club here, I’m violating the number one rule of book club. If I seem to drop off the face of the planet anytime soon, you’ll know who to blame…

What’s on your coffee table?

I have a niece who is a very stylish, elegant, always-put-together kind of woman. She posted on Facebook recently asking for recommendations on coffee table books, because she is the kind of person who has a stylish, elegant coffee table which she can decorate with stylish, elegant books. Here’s her post: But me being who I am (and I am…