Category book club

27 THINGS I GUESS I KNOW // No 1: WOMEN SHOULD READ BOOKS FOR WOMEN, BY WOMEN

I turned 27 last week. That’s approximately 324 months old. If this were medieval times, I’d be close to death by now. Anyway rather than dwell on THAT, I decided to consider 27 life lessons I’d learned. I feel like the more I learn, the more I realise that I really don’t know that much. Which […]

I’M FAMOUS! (AMONGST A VERY VERY SELECT FEW)

  I am so excited to show you all this little project I was working on during my time in Germany. Working for the Church has many perks, and this was just the cherry on top. How else could a freshly graduated English major slip into the role of Editor in Chief and Head Graphic […]

LUNCHBREAKS WITH THE GREAT DIVORCE

“This moment contains all moments.”   Oh, C.S. Lewis, if only you were right.  I would give my left arm to have the above (a picture taken during my lunch break) be ALL I was about this summer.  Unfortunately it consists more of this: … multiply that by  about 8.  Per day.

BOOK CLUB- READ THIS BOOK TOO

The Uncommon Reader- Alan Bennett presents a fictitious scenario wherein Queen Elizabeth II takes up reading- much to the horror of her cabinet, and be extension, the misguided public.  In reading, the Queen begins to question her entire career, and realizes that at such an old age, she is only just beginning to learn about […]

BOOK CLUB- READ THIS BOOK

FUGITIVE PIECES- Anne Michaels.  Buy it, borrow it, fall in love with it. My testimony of Anne Michaels’ proficiency as a poet manifested itself when I realized that I had spent most of my time not tracing each line of text rhythmically before turning the next page, like I usually do, but instead staring into […]