Even though many people like the fall for activities such as going to exciting events, taking advantage of the lower temperatures, and seeing the leaves change color, autumn is also a great time to curl up with a good book. In this article, we will provide you with seven entertaining justifications for why you should... Continue Reading →
It’s a three day weekend here in the states which means I may actually have a day to read. And even if my family comes over, I need a shield between them and me. And a book is a great protector in any situation. I love articles. I love lists. I love listicles. And if... Continue Reading →
It's December. Christmas is barreling down on us faster than my husband on homemade fudge. (OK, me too.) This week has been a little crazy in the Baldwin homestead. I've been working from home to help my mother in law who hurt her back. Like unable to walk without assistance kind of hurt. It's also invoicing week for work and two major projects were given to me with the highest priority. Very little reading has occurred even in audiobook. But never fear. I'm going to pull out one of my favorite tricks to get some books in this month.
I love my book collection. I love knowing at any given moment I can grab book and enjoy it in my house. The only problem is this. My bookshelf becomes a catchall.
How many enjoyable book-related activities did you participate in this summer? With the sun sinking around 4 p.m., I couldn't help but think about how the autumn is a great time to expand one's reading horizons. Fall is one of my favorite seasons. It's that wonderful time of year when everything is crisp, ripe, and tasty.
I tend to be a seasonal reader. In summer, I read books that take place in warm places or by the ocean. I read Halloween and horror in October. Christmas, winter, and cold settings in Winter. You get the idea. I even read romance in February. So, why wouldn't I read Thanksgiving set books in November.