Fangs

September has been a great month for new book releases, and I have to confess that I may have gone a little overboard on my pre-orders. While some of the books I've ordered have not yet been released, one of the books I was most excited for has already arrived. That book is Sarah Andersen's…

Defy or Defend

The Reverse Readathon took place more than a week ago, but I'm still thinking about all of the amazing books that I had the opportunity to read. One of my favorites was the fourth book I read during the challenge, Defy or Defend, by Gail Carriger. Defy or Defend tells the story of "fixer" Dimity…

The Marriage Clock

Dating and marriage are significant facets of the human experience, and people around the world have different approaches when it comes to the process of finding a spouse. Some people have chosen to embrace online dating as a method of meeting potential mates, while others prefer to meet someone through a shared hobby or interest,…

Book vs. Movie – Austenland

Have you ever dreamed about having the opportunity to step into the world of one of Jane Austen's stories? Maybe you've imagined dressing up in Regency Era clothing, attending a ball, and falling passionately in love with your very own Mr. Darcy (or Colonel Brandon, Mr. Bingley, Captain Wentworth, Mr. Knightly...or another of Austen's fictional…

Wild Ones

Happy Thursday, everyone! I hope that you are having a wonderful week so far, and that you are continuing to stay healthy. I had to venture out to the grocery store on Monday (for the first time in nearly three weeks), and even though grocery shopping is now officially one of my least favorite activities,…

The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past month and have no idea what is currently going on in the world, you've probably thought about the Coronavirus at least once today. Covid-19 is frequently being brought to our attention through news and social media outlets, socially distant interactions with friends and relatives, and…