How many time do you read a book and think? Has this been made into a film? It has occurred to me a few times and This one, Since We Fell by Dennis Lehane, seems destined for the big screen. I have never read a Lehane novel nor do I read a lot of the … Continue reading Bookish on: Since We Fell
“There are more life forms in a handful of forest soil than there are people on the planet.”
Good golly, this one is really something. Dear Fahrenheit 451: Love and Heartbreak in the Stakes by Annie Spence came along at just the right time. I needed a good laugh and something to keep me company on my drive across state. I wasn't looking for it. It simply was an interesting sounding book with … Continue reading Dear Fahrenheit 451 – It’s Funny.
I love when you find something wonderful you didn't even know you wanted to read.
A flash review of my summer reads.
“The world’s richest people per capita were becoming the world’s most murdered.”
'Love, Arson, and life in a Vanishing Land'
This book is proof that by reading and reflecting on it, we just might deliver new versions of ourselves.
They smelled good - most of the time - and I was able to do things with them I could never do with a book.
This is a collection of images of bookshops I've enjoyed.