Sunday Salon: A Shift In Focus

Today is the third and final in series of Sunday Salon posts in which I also reviewed my 2011 reading goals and launched a new project. There comes a moment in most book bloggers’ blogging careers, I think, when the review requests start to take over. It’s exciting when they start rolling in, so many […]

BAND: Truth in Nonfiction

BAND, the Bloggers’ Alliance of Nonfiction Devotees (and “advocates for nonfiction as a non-chore”…how cool is that??), has recently gotten me to think about why I shy away from nonfiction. I’m quite excited to be hosting this month’s BAND discussion! I am, primarily, a fiction reader. With fiction, I know what to expect. Events and characters […]

CRP: “The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge” by Rainer Maria Rilke (Part 1)

The Classics Reclamation Project is my personal challenge to read and enjoy the classics. Each Wednesday, I post about the classic I’m reading at the moment. I’m currently about half way through The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge by Rainer Maria Rilke for my IRL book group meeting in early February. My edition is translated […]