Thursday’s Bookish Thoughts

Stacy's Bookish Thoughts: I have lots of this weed growing in my garden, and thought, perhaps someone could identify it? Daisy thought it was (maybe) amaranth? She was having trouble pullingg up the picture and was not sure. Which got us looking for if amaranth was good for anything... and come to find out, it... Continue Reading →

TGIF 6/12/2020

Book Beginnings on Fridays Book Beginnings on Fridays is a meme hosted at Rose City Reader where you share the first sentence (or so) of the book you are reading, along with your initial thoughts about the sentence, impressions of the book, or anything else the opener inspires. Please remember to include the title of the book and... Continue Reading →

Bookish (and not-so Bookish) Thoughts

Bookish (and not-so Bookish) Thoughts @ Bookishly Boisterous. Weekly, every Thursday. Write what’s on you mind and link up at the host blog every week.   Daisy's Thoughts: I've been thinking a lot about book storage and organization lately. I recently acquired a new loft bed, complete with desk, drawers, and most importantly, bookshelves, and... Continue Reading →

I HAVE MOVED!

The blog is now at wordpress.org..... and for some reason, the majority of my followers did not transfer-- I don't know why. Same for "likes" and blog hits. So if suddenly you are not getting notified about any postings-- that is why... WordPress is still trying to work out the bugs from migrating. (Hopefully they... Continue Reading →

Books I Have Read This Past Week

Blurb: A resourceful boy takes a glowing sailboat across the stars to search for his long-missing parents and becomes the target of pirates and an evil cabal with a sinister agenda. Twelve-year-old Jake Flynn’s parents disappeared when he was a baby. On his twelfth birthday, the mystery of why his parent’s disappeared begins to unravel... Continue Reading →

3 Books In Honor of The Holocaust

On the 27th, the world again honored the victims of the Holocaust through: International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust, Holocaust Memorial Day, and Auschwitz Liberation Day. This brought to mind 3 poignant memoirs detailing on a personal level that at times people are capable of doing the unthinkable to... Continue Reading →

What we have been up to this week

I participated in a read-a-thon and finished 3 books... yay! Daisy read "Summary of How Not To Die, by Concise Reading"... Daisy's Review:  Blurb: Concise Reading offers an in-depth and comprehensive encapsulation of "How Not To Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease” by Dr. Michael Greger, the internationally-renowned nutrition expert,... Continue Reading →

The December Book Cover of the Month Begins

Don’t forget to vote!

M.L.S. Weech

DEC_Cover_CollageI’m typing this in advance because it’s the holidays, and I want to stay on top of things as we have a bunch going on. I want to thank you all (assuming the Book Cover of the Year went even half as well as I think it will) for your participation in that bracket, and I hop you have a bit more left. I promise, once we get through the January bracket, things will slow down to their normal pace.

December’s bracket has 32 new books. I started fresh and picked all 32 covers, but this month’s runner up will get the final slot in the January bracket.

You can vote all the way through the tournament, supporting the covers you like best through each round. I like to make sure people get the credit they deserve, so please show your support. Please vote and share as much as possible…

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