Book Review: A Duty to the Dead by Charles Todd

I've read a lot of historical mysteries, so much so in the last year I've cut back on how many I read, because they all start to blend together eventually. One of the main faults I see in many genres is that the authors play within the limits of certain tropes so much that the … Continue reading Book Review: A Duty to the Dead by Charles Todd

Book Review: Silas Marner by George Eliot

I'm astonished to think I have never read a single book by George Eliot. She's one of those authors who I've heard of for years but never bothered to read (I feel like there are many authors like that for me). I've been wanting to read Middlemarch, but when I stumbled upon this book at … Continue reading Book Review: Silas Marner by George Eliot

Fourth of July Book Tag

Since tomorrow is the 4th of July, I thought it would be fun to do a holiday-themed book tag. I know it's Wednesday, which is usually my book review day, but I'll be moving the book review to Saturday. This tag was originally created by Talking Leaves on Youtube. As always, I'm not tagged nor … Continue reading Fourth of July Book Tag

Reading Wrap-up: June, 2019

I got a bit carried away with reading this month, finishing a total of twenty-three books and three short stories. Clearly summer makes me read...a lot. It's so hot currently in Ohio (about 90 Fahrenheit, or about 32 Celsius). It makes me not want to leave the house unless I absolutely have to, enabling me … Continue reading Reading Wrap-up: June, 2019

Book Review: Six Four by Hideo Yokoyama

I had absolutely zero knowledge of the book going into it. I happened across it on Overdrive from the library and decided to listen to the audiobook of it (all twenty-four hours of it). I went in with expectations of a fast-paced thriller, and instead this book is a slow psychological mystery, examining the inner … Continue reading Book Review: Six Four by Hideo Yokoyama

My Favorite Remade Songs

Outside of books and writing, I'm also a huge fan of music. Classics, oldies, modern, foreign, I love it all. So today I thought to post something totally different than usual. Today I'm going to share some of my favorite songs which are remakes of oldies. I Walk The Line This song was originally written … Continue reading My Favorite Remade Songs