Favorite Quotes from Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Big Magic”

Hello dear reader friend! Here are all my favorite quotes from “Big Magic”. I loved Elizabeth Gilbert’s wisdom and ability to cut right to the heart of the matter. If you’re interested in the full review, you can find my book review video here. All the quotes are by Elizabeth Gilbert unless otherwise credited. You […]

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What I Read in January 2021

Hello fellow book nerds! I read 13 books this month. Mostly due to a rather slow season at work so I’m able to read for several hours a day if I feel like it. I’ve included my vlog about all these books, in which I only list 12 books because I hadn’t finished the final […]

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Book Review: The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey

The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey shocked me. It was slow getting into it originally which made me suspect I might not enjoy it much. But I did. It is a sweeping tale of wilderness, nature, coping with sorrow and grief, love, books, and fairy tales.        Set in the Alaskan wilds, the story begins in […]

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September Reads 2020

I’ve filmed a youtube vlog about the books I read in September, but I didn’t have time to go into detail on all of them. Therefore, I wanted to write an accompanying post to add little blurbs of thoughts on the ones I missed. I almost added all of this to the youtube description box, […]

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The Red Keep – Allen French Book Review

You’ll never guess the next book I’ve got to share with you. Yup! It’s another Allen French book. Can’t get enough of them and when my boyfriend’s family has several I can’t help but read them all in quick succession.   The Red Keep tells the story of Conan, a young squire working towards being a […]

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The Lost Baron – Allen French Book Review

I’ve just finished reading The Lost Baron by Allen French. His writing is incredibly inspiring! I can’t believe how much I liked this book. It’s a simple plot with intrigue, mystery, villainy as well as friendship, hints of romance, with lots of courage and plenty of fortitude.   Lord Eric is quite happy living in his castle […]

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The Story of Rolf and the Viking Bow – Allen French Book Review

I’d never heard of Allen French until my boyfriend mentioned him the other day and told me I might like to read some of his books. I’ve read my first one, The Story of Rolf and the Viking Bow. In one day. Or rather in the span of 8 hours in-between calls at work. The writing […]

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Book Review

Oh my goodness. Have you ever read a book and as soon as you finished it, you wanted to flip back to the beginning and read it all over again? The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is a book by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. It relates the story of woman named […]

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Michael O’Halloran – Gene Stratton Porter Book Review

Have you ever read any of Gene Stratton Porter’s books? She is one of my top favorite authors of all time. I’ve read nearly all of her books and loved each and every one. The stories, the writing styles, the themes. All of it. I stumbled upon this particular one amongst my boyfriend’s family’s books […]

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