A little follow-up on the reading challenge that I am doing with my class. Let's just say that I'm a proud teacher!
Back to school = blogger running late (I’m sorry!)
Running late for a very good reason: school has resumed. And a word on my special project with the class.
Reader’s Life – A needed hiatus (came to an end)
The school year which came to an end a couple of weeks ago was a difficult one, for me. I will not get into the details, but except for the wonderful kids, it wasn't fun. In this regard, it only became logical that my mind wasn't into writing or blogging or even reading beyond several... Continue Reading →
Opinion – Like stealing from your house
A sad trend getting more and more popular, which drives revenue away from authors, especially indie published authors.
A most valuable lesson (for readers)
A lesson I never thought I would teach by example!
Reading through a teacher’s eyes
World Book Day through a teacher's eyes.
My most sincere apologies
Anxiety got in the way.
From boisterousness to serenity
Skipping from genre to genre is fun, be it ARC commitments or not.
Sometimes all you need is a comfort book.
Charley Davidson – You can’t (re)read just one
Who was a kidding when I said that I would stop at one?
Clearing the reading pile
What's a girl to do when she's just started a much needed and no less deserved two weeks off? She's clearing up her "currently reading" pile, of course! And I admit that is why I haven't finished Michelle M. Pillow's newest release (sorry!!!!). In fact, I have started it just this evening, while having supper,... Continue Reading →
An introvert’s nightmare
Let me start with a fact: the image I chose to top this post is nightmare inducing. I hate crowds and avoid them like the plague. Yet, this is how I currently feel, day in and day out. And it is messing up with everything that I am in a very difficult way. No, this... Continue Reading →