February Reading Plans

It’s pretty hard to believe it’s already almost February! 2020 better slow down or I’m going to lose track completely. January wasn’t a hugely successful reading month for me due to moving into a new apartment, starting a new full time job, and y’know getting married. But I’m not mad about it as my life …

January Wrap Up!

What I read this month The Octopus Curse by Salma Farook – 4/5 Stars Sweep of the Blade (Innkeeper Chronicles #4) by Ilona Andrews – 4/5 Stars Benjamin Dove by FriĆ°rik Erlings – 4/5 Stars Total: 3, all 4 stars Favorite Read This Month My favorite read of this month, having had only three (lol) …

The Impact of Books on my D&D Journey

I know I’ve mentioned it on Bookstagram, and included my weekly game in my Monday schedule for the personal side of things. But I don’t think I’ve talked a lot on my blog about my love of Dungeons and Dragons! I have long been a fantasy reader, and dragons were one of my earliest fantasy …

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, Update

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West by Dee Brown is a history of the way the United States government systematically destroyed the ways of life for the American Indian tribes. Each chapter focuses on a group of American Indians whose leaders were swindled, whose people were slaughtered, and …

Benjamin Dove, Review

Benjamin and his friends, Manny and Jeff, are looking forward to a hot and lazy summer vacation when a new young boy moves in nearby. Roland from Scotland has a lot of interesting ideas, ideas that intrigue and inspire the young boys with dreams of chivalrous knighthood. When the matron of the town, Grandma Dell, …

Monday Reading Schedule

Monday: 27/1 Personal: As per my new work schedule, I will be working a long “mid” shift tomorrow. Luckily, these shifts allow me to wake up early enough to get some blogging in (as you can see)! Reading: I am still working my way through Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee. It’s a very absorbing …

Coffee With Catherine: January 2020

Wow bookworms, it’s been a hot minute since I did this kind of post! I ended up skipping the one in December because there was just so much going on then. If you’ve been following me since the beginning, you may know that I’ve been trying to do one of these musing type posts a …

Sweep of the Blade, Review

In the fourth installment of the Sci-Fi Fantasy Innkeeper Chronicles, Ilona Andrews write from the perspective of Maud Demille, older sister of innkeeper Dina. Maud and her daughter Helen were exiled from the Holy Anocracy and the vampire house that Helen was born into three years prior. After raising Helen in a wasteland, fighting for …

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