As a lifelong bookworm, I've experienced countless moments of joy while reading. From the time I was a little girl, I have always loved reading. Here's why books are so important to me and how they've shaped my life.
I know that most of us think of cats when we think of a "cozy animal," especially when it comes to the white-haired detective! Those were the days! We now have young sleuths who balance their careers with their personal life. But, Instead of concentrating on the sleuths, I'm going to concentrate on their dogs. So, here are the mystery writers on the site that have included dogs as a subject in their stories.
So, you claim to be a cat lover. And, even more so, you like your cozy mysteries with felines, and it's not simply a cat purring next you as you read your cozies.
Resolutions and objectives for accomplishing, performing better, and changing the elements of one’s life that aren’t functioning or might work better come with the new year. Of course, for readers, this means establishing a lot of objectives for what they want to read or how much time they want to devote to their reading with a new calendar in front of them. But maybe, instead of establishing some lofty objectives — or perhaps besides those lofty goals — you’re seeking for something more manageable. Consider this collection of weekly reading challenges a chance to broaden your reading horizons and cross off a variety of fresh, imaginative, and witty literary bucket list items over the following 52 weeks.
I find it hard to believe November is over. I'm still pulling spiderwebs from my office cubicle. This lack of time awareness may account for the amount of books I read in November.
December can be a little hectic. Between shopping and holiday prep, holiday activities at school for your kids and at the office, it's easy to lose track of what day it is.
December is in a few days. And with a new month comes new books and new book releases. I'm giving you this list now so you can add it to your wish list from Santa.
After reading a book, have you ever found yourself unable to go on to the next one? If this is the case, you’ve probably had a book hangover.
I can already see the look on your face. I can hear what you're thinking. Yes, I'm married. Yes, I have kids. Yes, I'm old. So, what. The whole point of books and reading is to escape reality for a little bit.