Moranthology Caitlin Moran 2012 234 pages “Words can be weapons, or love-spells, or just motorcars you can drive across country borders.” Caitlyn Moran, Moranthology Warning: this post contains more love for Moran. I bought Moranthology almost the very second after … Continue reading
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So it’s only Day 2 of the readalong formerly known as the #marchon. And two things: 1. I still haven’t started the book. Although OTHER PEOPLE (Ali) have finished. Overachiever. 2. We will now be tweeting using the #marmeeon hashtag. … Continue reading
Just a reminder that today we’re starting our readalong of Little Women. It’s never to late to join!
So here we are at the end of the month. Which means the end of the #shineon. And as much as I have loved all of the other Uncle Stevie books I’ve read over the past year, I must say…this … Continue reading
MWF Seeking BFF: My Yearlong Search for a New Best Friend Rachel Bertsche 2011 349 pages True story: Girl moves to Chicago, gets married, and realizes she needs a local BFF. So she sets out to find one. Diligently. … Continue reading
Way back at the beginning of the month when I was still a semi-responsible blogger (in other words, I might have read and responded to a post or two), Lu posted about Friends With Boys and I fell in love. … Continue reading
“I like good strong words that mean something…” Louisa May Alcott, Little Women Florinda and I will be reading (or re-reading) Little Women in March. Because March is a most suitable month for the March sisters. And because I read … Continue reading
So here we are (more than) halfway through the month and it’s time to check in and see how we’re all doing with The Shining. Consensus on twitter seems to be that, at least compared to King’s other books, it is … Continue reading
I’m in Seattle on a mini-vacation. I’ll be sure to say hey to Elliot Bay Book Company from you all. And I’ll catch up with you next week for our mid-month #shineon check in. “You shine on, boy. Harder than … Continue reading
Too bad all the #shineon readers don’t live in Davis, CA. We could meet for lunch here: I’ve actually eaten there, and the food is pretty tasty. And true fact…before it was called Redrum Burger? It was Murder Burger.