How to Pack Books for Vacation and Other Struggles of a Book Blogger

How to Pack Books for Vacation and Other Struggles of a Book Blogger

 Listen. If there’s one thing you should know, it’s that I’m an efficient packer. I went to Europe for three weeks in a carry-on sized suitcase. I can pack, you guys. Roll things up, plan your outfits, pick shoes that are comfortable and match a lot of things, you got it. Done in twenty minutes. But when it comes to packing my […]

10 Books That Make Great Mother’s Day Gifts

10 Books That Make Great Mother’s Day Gifts

  Mother’s Day is this weekend, are you ready for it? If you’re still doing some last minute shopping, I have some ideas for you in an article I did over on Bustle , but I know there’s nothing better than the gift of a book, too. So, with that in mind, I put together a list of 10 books your […]

Review: Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum

Review: Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum

It’s rare that I finish a book and don’t know what to say about it. Actually, it almost never happens. But I finished Hausfrau Friday night around 1 a.m. and was glad to just put the book down and sleep on it. (After going and reading everyone’s thoughts about it on The Socratic Salon, even though I missed the discussion while […]

Stock Your Shelves: May Book Releases

Stock Your Shelves: May Book Releases

  Happy May! The month of Cinco de Mayo, the month school finally ends, and the month of a vacation? I’ll take it. Also, the month these 5 books come out! I’m really excited about My Paris Dream because…Paris, but I’ve heard all good things about The Shore so far so, I’m thinking it’ll be a good month all around! A God in Ruins by […]