Today is Father’s Day and while we recognize how great our own fathers are, let’s take a break and recognize these memorable literary fathers, with comforting words on the side (some statements may come from a Huffington Post article):
Lockdown restrictions may be loosening up in different parts of the world. However, maybe you are still looking for that pick-me-up to brighten your spirits and get you excited for the warmer weather that is to come? Then make sure to add to your TBR list these side-splitting, laugh out loud literary reads that willContinue reading “Read & Laughs: Literary Reads Filled with Laughter”
Are you finding it hard to snuggle up and read a book this month? Since most of us are either in the second round of lockdown or are freely available to more around, but not in the way like it was before, people may have a difficult time concentrating on a novel. On top ofContinue reading “10 Books to Help Beat the January Blues”
I had a great opportunity to be a guest on my friend’s podcast Perennials Podcast Book Club, where she has been reading chapters of the children’s classic, Anne of Green Gables. After her reading, she gives a nice commentary and invites other readers to come on the episode to discuss their thoughts on the readContinue reading “Cup of Tea Talks About Anne”
Today is National Tea Day in the United Kingdom and right now, more than ever, we need to celebrate this soothing beverage, since it is one of the few things that is getting us through this crisis.
Welcome to What I’veBeen Reading Lately, a feature where I’ll be giving short reviews of what I’m currently reading:
Are you need of a hug? It may not be the same but why not take a “literary” hug? Reading can provide comfort to anyone, particularly in stressful times. We may not be able to have that human interaction that we yearn for, but there some books that will give you that heartwarming distraction. SoContinue reading “Literary Hugs: 10 Classics That Will Give You The Hug You Need”
To Kill A Mockinging Bird by Harper Lee has been voted as America #1 best-loved book.