Five years ago, I lived in London for a summer when I worked for a magazine publishing company, Dennis Publishing. Not a whole lot of time when you boil it down, but wow was it transformative. The summer I lived in London, 2010, was the hottest, driest summer the city had seen in decades. It… Continue reading The London I remember and the books that give it back to me.
Hello, lovely readers! If you checked out my post from Friday, you’ll know some exciting news: I’m going to London! Ten day vacation! Wooooooooooo! I’m, if you can’t tell, very excited. There will be some stuff put up while I’m away, from me and from my friend Bryana, who’s graciously agreed to guest post on… Continue reading Travel Note!
Hello, lovely readers! So, I know I still have a little over a week left in August, so it’s obviously too early to do my bi-monthly update. HOWEVER, I will most likely not be around my blog at the end of August. Why, you ask? Well, I’m going to LONDON! Weeeeee. *skips around.* My other… Continue reading An Early Update
I’ve been pretty bad about getting my reviews up lately – I finished this book probably two weeks ago now. But, as I warned everyone, August is a busy month so I’m trying to do my best! Between traveling across NY and preparing for traveling overseas, I’m certainly glad I got so much extra reading… Continue reading Review: The Battle of the Labyrinth
Last weekend, I went back to my other half’s hometown to meet his extended family. And boy, it’s extended. We were celebrating his grandmother’s upcoming 90th birthday with a family reunion. That meant EVERYONE flew in, which was great! What was less great was the fact that my other half’s grandmother had 9 children. And all… Continue reading Meeting the Family
Better titled as: Danielle Gets Annoyed at a Huffington Post Article Now, I don’t know anyone – myself included – who doesn’t speculate and theorize about the books they read. When the Harry Potter books came out, my friends and I would talk for hours upon hours about the intricacies! I’ve had in depth conversations… Continue reading The Problem with Fan Theories