I’ve only read about 70 pages of Glory O’Brien’s History of the Future, but already I want to place this in the hands of every teenager and parent that walks through my library’s doors.
In honor of the fact that Andrew and I saw Weird Al in concert last night in Nashville (his anniversary gift from me), I give you one of my favorite Weird Al parodies: Word Crimes! by
I’m taking Andrew to see Weird Al tonight as his anniversary gift, so I’m skipping Saturday Shopper today in favor of sharing one of my favorite Weird Al songs. My marching band friends should enjoy this one Hope it’s on his set list tonight! by
All my lady friends out there know the instinctual uneasiness of being a woman, alone…
Do you buy books with wild abandon, or do you possess more self-control? I’m somewhere in the middle.
Are you going to BEA? What do you want to grab there?
What if you lost your memory every night when you went to sleep?
Do you ever get this feeling?
We all have our boundaries when it comes to the media we consume.
It’s kind of hard to review a story collection, especially one like this, because it includes 32 completely different short stories.
We Need to Talk About Grammar is a weekly feature in which I complain about grammatical mistakes I encounter all too often.
I never really thought about meeting authors until getting into blogging.
Who would have thought that a story about a prison would be so…hopeful?
Do you have any go-to reads to get out of a slump?
Every Saturday I feature a few pieces of awesome bookish attire, accessories, and tchotchkes that will brighten any book-lover’s day.
Today I’d like to take a moment to honor my fellow military spouses.