Switching Positions: Love in the Time of Politics is a novel by Paula Light, who you may know from her blog Light Motifs II. The book takes a firmly tongue-in-cheek look at the American political landscape. Mia and Chad pursue love across party lines after meeting at a Pete Buttigieg fundraiser in a wine cave. … Continue reading Book Review: Switching Positions
My new baby is now out in the world! Managing the Depression Puzzle takes a holistic view of how to deal with depression – holistic in the sense that it covers a whole whack of things. The idea is to give you a bunch of different pieces that you can pick from to put together… Continue reading Managing the Depression Puzzle is now available!
We Hide What We Hate About Ourselves is written by Melody Finch, who blogs as Caramel (Learner at Love). This book is the first of her Learner at Love series, and it was initially published in serial form on her blog. The novel features protagonist Annabelle Riley as well as several significant men in her… Continue reading Book Review: We Hide What We Hate About Ourselves
I've seen other bloggers working on or publishing memoirs, and I had decided a little while back that it was something I'd be interested in doing too. I even started working on writing it. Except I've started wondering if I should reconsider. There's a lot of work that would be involved in writing, publishing, and… Continue reading Memoirs – To Write or Not to Write?
A bonus second book review for today! Behold Her Majestic Fog is written by my dear blogging friend Meg Kimball. I knew going in that this was a young adult novel in the "campy horror" genre, but I wasn't sure what that actually meant. Well, now I know. The novel takes place during a church lock-in,… Continue reading Book review: Behold Her Majestic Fog