109 Pages It's probably been 20+ years since I read this book. I think it was one of my favorite books to have my mom read to me when I was a kid. Probably one of the few "Mainer" things about me. Actually, I've felt like a fake Mainer for so long for so many … Continue reading Book Review: Lost on a Mountain in Maine by Donn Fendler as told to Joseph Egan
Not sure if anyone noticed that I basically dropped off the face of the earth in the middle of September. If you did, thanks for noticing. If not, that's okay, too. Without getting too specific or whiny, let me say that life just got stressful. I think a big part of that had to do … Continue reading Where Have I Been?
My first tag! I am so excited! And I feel so awful because I can't remember who tagged me. The Chocolate Book Tag on Berries & Books blog (originally created by Faye at A Daydream’s Thoughts). Each flavor of chocolate corresponds with a category of book you must choose. Dark Chocolate — A book that covers … Continue reading The Chocolate Book Tag
I started reading this series in high school and I was obsessed. I didn't start at the beginning with Interview with a Vampire, which is probably for the best because it is actually my least favorite of the novels. Instead, I started with Pandora, one of the New Tales of the Vampires. From there, I just devoured … Continue reading My Life in Books: The Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice
Store Website: http://www.nonesuchbooks.com/ When I was a kid, we had this wonderful little bookstore in town called Bookland. It was the perfect size for a little kid, and they had a ton of children's books, and it had the perfect location. It was part of the main shopping center in town. There was a diner, a … Continue reading The Only Bookstore In Town: Nonesuch Books, Biddeford, ME
My TBR shelves are out of control. I know that a lot of people say it, but I really mean it.