And we’re back with more of Anne with an E.
Be aware that all 3 books I’m going to be talking about have the title Anne of (somewhere). So, after the first reference of each book, I’m just going to refer to each as whatever place Anne is “of” in that particular book title.
Continue reading “Book Nook: Anne of the Island – L.M. Montgomery”
Most people are probably more familiar with the movie version of Hidden Figures than they are with the book. I, however, still haven’t seen the movie, and I don’t even have that great of an excuse.
I could blame it on the fact that my wife doesn’t enjoy sitting down to an entire movie the same way I do, but the movie Hidden Figures was released 3 years before I got married.
Regardless, when I saw the book for sale I figured that if it was good enough to make a movie out of I should probably give the book a chance. (Now that I’m writing that thought out, it’s not really a good way to decide what books to read. There are plenty of crappy books that get made into movies.)
Continue reading “Book Nook: Hidden Figures – Margot Lee Shetterly”
I bought The Railway Children last December as a Christmas gift for my wife. It was a favorite of hers as a kid, and I knew that she wanted to have it as part of our collection together.
I had read The Boxcar Children when I was little, but I wasn’t familiar with The Railway Children. After being told they had nothing to do with each other, I figured I’d give it a shot.
Continue reading “Book Nook: The Railway Children – E. Nesbit”
When I started my blog a few years ago, it was a place for me to write about my thoughts on mental health. I would write about things that I was feeling, and I’d share what I wanted others to know about what it’s like to struggle with mental illness.
Slowly this blog has morphed into a place for me to write about whatever happens to be on my mind, and, most recently, a platform to share my thoughts on books.
Continue reading “Book Nook: The Center Cannot Hold – Elyn R. Saks”