Cover Judging: Russia and Translated-from-Norwegian Edition

I'm guilty of sometimes buying a book because I like the cover. I'm not proud of this at all, but there you have it. Who isn't susceptible to some artistic influence from time to time? I also choose my edition on Goodreads based on the cover, even if I actually read a different one. So... Continue Reading →

Walking England: To the River and Under the Rock

Writers on walking stretches of England, weaving memoir with nature and various musings, has become a popular little sub-genre. I'm intrigued but not totally sold on it yet. Let's explore two of them. "When it hurts," wrote the Polish poet Czeslaw Milosz, "we return to the banks of certain rivers," and I take comfort in... Continue Reading →

Nonfiction November Wrap-Up

To end Nonfiction November this year, Julie, Katie and I recorded an episode of Leann's Shelf Aware podcast. We talked Nonfiction November history, reading preferences, and a bunch of other stuff. It was so much fun to get to chat about books with my fellow hosts and I hope it's fun to listen to! I... Continue Reading →

Nonfiction November is Coming!

Fall is upon us, which means it's Nonfiction November time! I'm thrilled to again co-host this month-long dedication to nonfiction, alongside Katie (Doing Dewey), Sarah (Sarah's Book Shelves), Leann (Shelf Aware), and Julie (JulzReads). Each Monday, a link-up for the week's topic will be posted at the host's blog for you to link your posts... Continue Reading →

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