What is Throwback Thursday? I've noticed several of these meme on a few book blogs. For example, Susan Loves Books does one, which is (or was originally) hosted by Renee@It’s Book Talk. I also noticed that another fellow blogger, Lorrea @ What 'Cha Readin'?, was doing this as a monthly meme for her blog. Then … Continue reading TCL’s #ThrowbackThursday and #LinkParty #20 – September 30-November 3, 2021.
Month: September 2021
Everything and Nothing.
Book Review for “Cloud Cuckoo Land” by Anthony Doerr. Summary: "Thirteen-year-old Anna, an orphan, lives inside the formidable walls of Constantinople in a house of women who make their living embroidering the robes of priests. Restless, insatiably curious, Anna learns to read, and in this ancient city, famous for its libraries, she finds a book, … Continue reading Everything and Nothing.
#ShortStorySunday – Homework for the October #6Degrees Meme.
Book Story Review for the Short Story “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson. Summary: "[This] is a short story by Shirley Jackson, first published in the June 26, 1948, issue of The New Yorker. Written the same month it was published, it is ranked today as "one of the most famous short stories in the history … Continue reading #ShortStorySunday – Homework for the October #6Degrees Meme.
She Who Schooled St. Oswald’s.
Book Review for “A Narrow Door” by Joanne Harris. Summary: "It's an incendiary moment for St Oswald's school. For the first time in its history, a headmistress is in power, the gates opening to girls. Rebecca Buckfast has spilled blood to reach this position. Barely forty, she is just starting to reap the harvest of … Continue reading She Who Schooled St. Oswald’s.
TCL’s #TopTenTuesday for Sept. 21, 2021 – Autumn TBR List.
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. The rules are simple: Each Tuesday, Jana assigns … Continue reading TCL’s #TopTenTuesday for Sept. 21, 2021 – Autumn TBR List.
#DiscussionSunday – TCL’s Book Blogger Hop #7 and #LetsDiscuss2021 #11!
Book Blogger Hop Topic for the week of September 17-23, 2021: Where do you get background images for your posts or do you create them yourself? (Submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver's Reviews). The Book Blogger Hop was originally created by Jennifer @ Crazy-For-Books in March 2010 and ended on December 31, 2012. With Jennifer's … Continue reading #DiscussionSunday – TCL’s Book Blogger Hop #7 and #LetsDiscuss2021 #11!
TCL’s #DNF Friday #6 – When John Irving Lost Me.
Why I can't write a Book Review for “Until I find You” by John Irving. Goodreads Summary: "Every major character in Until I Find You has been marked for life – not only William Burns, a church organist who is addicted to being tattooed, but also William's song, Jack, an actor who is shaped as … Continue reading TCL’s #DNF Friday #6 – When John Irving Lost Me.
An Original #Poem for Yom Kippur.
On Yom Kippur, we Jews say: This has been a difficult year for me personally, but it has also been a hard one for the whole of humanity, across the globe. So, I thought that it might be a good idea to wish all of my readers my wishes that the coming year (Jewish and/or … Continue reading An Original #Poem for Yom Kippur.
Among the Flowers.
Book Review for “A Single Rose” by Muriel Barbery, translated by Alison Anderson. Summary: "Rose has just turned forty when she gets a call from a lawyer asking her to come to Kyoto for the reading of her estranged father's will. And so for the first time in her life she finds herself in Japan, … Continue reading Among the Flowers.
TCL’s #20BooksofSummer2021 Wrapup.
This is a yearly reading challenge by Cathy @ 746 Books where bloggers commit to read (10, 15, or) 20 books over the summer, or just count the number of books they read during the summer. This year, I decided to join in again, and committed to read at least 10 books (because I had … Continue reading TCL’s #20BooksofSummer2021 Wrapup.
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