Part III of Follet’s Kingsbridge Trilogy, A Column of Fire, is just as fascinating as his others. I can’t believe I’ve never mentioned before the wonderful historical fiction writing of Ken Follet. I have read the Century Trilogy, which includes Fall of Giants, Winter of the World, and Edge of Eternity. Equally as engaging is the Kingsbridge Trilogy, which includes Pillars of the Earth, World Without… Read More
What do movie classics and fall doormats have in common? Fall, of course! On the last Monday of each month, a group of bloggers participates in a #MovieMondayChallenge, hosted by C’mon Get Crafty! We decide on a topic, genre, or specific movie to use for inspiration and everyone gets free reign to create something wonderful! This month’s challenge was. …. Read More
I have been reading a lot of books this summer. Or I should say I’ve been listening to a lot of books this summer. I like to listen while I’m driving, cleaning, crafting, sewing, or just laying in the pool. For me listening to books is an escape to somewhere wonderful.
I finished The Circle by Dave Eggers, a deep dive into technological conspiracy theory, about three weeks ago and have been pondering how to respond to it ever since. I love a book that really makes me think about my own life and wonder about the possibilities that the story explores. The Circle did that for me.
Wowser. Seriously, just wowser. Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough was amazing! You know I’m one of those readers who enjoys a good puzzle. I love to figure out the who-dunnit or what the secret is or whatever the secret thing behind the suspense is. Half the fun is solving the mystery, right? Not this time.
The more I read about New Zealand, the more I want to travel there. The space, the mountains, the water, the people all just draw me in with its mystery and beauty. In the Land of the Long White Cloud is a beautifully written story of love, war, family, traditions and all that goes along with living in the late… Read More