How to Read All the Books On Your To-Be-Read List

If you are a reader or you want to consider yourself a reader (like me) then you probably have a long list of books on your TBR (To Be Read list – it’s a bookworm thing). Here’s how you can get through that humongous list before you die of old age. 1. Take some books […]

Madeleine L’Engle – beauty in children’s literature

Madeleine L’Engle, who lived from 1918 to 2007, was anything but common. In A Wrinkle in Time, the first and most popular book of The Time Quintet, L’Engle’s fanciful nature cannot be missed. She believed that “you have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult […]

A Wind in the Door by Madeleine L’Engle – a review

A few years ago, I watched a movie with my family that made all of us think “why did we waste two hours watching that?” You would think that, after an experience like this, I wouldn’t think of reading the book that inspired the movie. But… something in me decided to pick it up when I […]

A Fun Resource for Your 2017

Now and then, I read a blog (and listen to the blogger’s podcast) called ModernMrsDarcy.com. I’m sure I wouldn’t agree with many (if not most) of her political views, but I enjoy hearing about books and reading, and she doesn’t talk about politics too much. 😉 This year, she came out with two reading lists […]

Short One: Do you want to have a great, fulfilling conversation?

Today, I had a really enjoyable and fulfilling conversation about a host of Christian matters, history, time management, and reading. Why? Because the person I talked with was a reader, and the books he and I had read sprouted into awesome conversations. It didn’t even matter that we hadn’t read the same books! Why are […]

My Favorite Authors

I love so many authors, so I wanted to share a few with you today. Listing favorite books is nice, but a list of favorite authors includes so much more. So here is a list of my favorite authors. CS Lewis This one is beginning to sound is really cliché, but very true. I have read Mere […]