Quotes of the Day – April 27, 2022

Birthday Post: Favorite Books of All Time

Today, I turn 35 years old. It’s kind of hard to believe that I am halfway through my 30s but I don’t feel any different, only much wiser and more aware about the world around me, a vast comparison to my teenage years and my twenties. I think that have the various books that I’veContinue reading “Birthday Post: Favorite Books of All Time”

Quote of the Day – July 29, 2021

Quote of the Day – August 25, 2020

A Year in Books: 2018

And another year of reading passes on by… 2018 turned out to be a great year for books. Not only did I manage to start a book club but I also managed to read books outside my comfort zone, which turned out to be not a bad experience.  Most of the books read this yearContinue reading “A Year in Books: 2018”

Book Review: Memoirs of Emma Courtney by Mary Hays

Format: Paperback Pages: 220 pages Published: July 1, 2009 (First published 1796) Publisher: Oxford University Press Genre:  Fiction & Literature, Classics

Quote of the Day – August 15, 2018

Like children, we have dreamt, that what gratifies our desires, or contributes to our convenience to-day, will prove equally useful and satisfactory to-morrow, without reflecting on the growth of the body, the change of humours, the new objects, and the new situations, which every succeeding hour brings in its train.” -Mary Hays

Book Review: Mary and The Wrongs of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft

Format: Paperback Pages: 208 pages Published: April 1, 2009 (First published 1788) Publisher: Oxford University Press Genre: Fiction, Women’s Studies