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.
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.
Reader’s Life – When reading takes a back seat
Real life took over and I don't care.
Charley Davidson – You can’t (re)read just one
Who was a kidding when I said that I would stop at one?
2021, here we go!
Happy New Year, readers and writers! After a dismal 2020 for most of us, let us hope that this new year will bring us a well-deserved reprieve and a lot of new and great books to read and, for the authors, tons of inspiration to transport us all into new and wonderful adventures! I know... 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 →