It’s amazing how non-booknerds don’t understand the power of a story. Moment: I’m sitting on a couch in my mother’s living room over my Christmas holiday and my brother starts making fun of me, “Are you crying?”Continue Reading
I quite enjoy perusing bookshelves belonging to other people. In fact, it is often the first thing I look for when I see someone’s place for the first time. I walk over and scan their titles, often with the awkward tilted head to make reading the spines easier. It’s always interesting, looking at someone’s shelf.Continue Reading
I have a hankering to read an historical novel. Perhaps it’s because I’ve been re-reading the Narnia books by C.S. Lewis. Perhaps it’s because I’ve read a collection of more contemporary books recently and have been longing after the types of stories I enjoyed as a child.Continue Reading
I find some places really conducive to getting lost in a book. Other places aren’t as helpful. They’re not as comfortable, or they’re filled with too many distractions, or are just plain loud. My list is a collection of my favourite places to read. That doesn’t mean I don’t read in other places too.Continue Reading