Google’s a great search engine, but it’s not always the best choice. I think my favorite of the other ones listed is DuckDuckGo, because of the bang feature. So quick and easy!
I adore memoirs, but I am picky about them, so I heartily endorse these rules for how to write them. Hint: confessional writing alone does not a good memoir make.
I find it all too easy to slip into the habit of wishing time away: can’t wait for naptime, can’t wait for bedtime, can’t wait for the weekend, can’t wait the next holiday … I constantly remind myself that I could miss my entire life by doing that. Darcy’s post describes this beautifully.
Love this post because it reinforced for me the benefit of continually trying to stretch my reading, and also why my bookclub has been good for me, with its regular picks of books I’d have never selected on my own.
They may not seem like an obvious pair, but I found these two seemingly-at-odds-with-one-another posts to dovetail quite nicely.
A list of some favorite heartbreaking reads, from picture books to adult titles. Also known as a list of books to avoid if you’re not wanting to sob as you read.