If you follow me on social media, you already know. I am obsessed with corgis. Especially my Lucy Loo. I don't know what it is about these little furry bread loaves but I just love their sweet little faces and stumpy legs and wiggly butts.
I think George looks like a wonderful book to help open the conversation with kids about LGBTQ+ family members and friends. LGBTQ+ issues are a big part of my life and my family. My oldest child is gender fluid. My brother is gay. I'm bi. Anything that helps people (including kids) realize who they are and how to live their best life I am here for.
We are coming up on one of my least favorite holidays. Which is weird, because I am a hopeless romantic. Blame my Libran nature. But I can't stand gushy, smoochy, grossness. Gods, I sounds like a 10 year old boy.
It's a new month. And with February, I have the first of my Monthly Reading Challenges. This one is 14 RomComs in February.
Listen. Here's the thing. I know I'm supposed to be writing something super poignant. A retrospect of 2021. All the books I read. The struggles and challenges and victories I've had. But I can't get my brain to focus. I have started, stopped, erased, amd started this blog four times now. All because I couldn't... Continue Reading →
Do you love missed connection romance stories? Do you love when the main characters can't catch a break? Do you love a good happily ever after?
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.
Holy mother of where is the year going!!!! It’s Thanksgiving?! When did this happen? How did this happen? It was just Halloween and now I have a turkey in my oven and Santa breathing down my neck. Are you kidding me? Make it stop! It’s going too fast!