August 26th Prompt: Fitness and Training Regimens“A lot of us tend to read fantasy/adventure type fiction, and I swear some of these characters have lethal skills and would probably be elite athletes, and it would be interesting to see how they learnt their skills and how much effort went into it. These are characters thatContinue reading “T5W: Fitness + Training Regimens”
August 19, 2020 prompt: Dream AdaptationsBooks you would like to see adapted on screen. Would you prefer tv or film? Live action or animated? What moments would you most want to see? Ideal castings? Posted via the Top 5 Wednesday discussion group on Goodreads. Come join for weekly prompts and lots of bookish conversation! Thanks,Continue reading “T5W: Dream Adaptations”
I think we all handled (and continue to handle) quarantine in our own individual ways. I, myself, made the assumption I’d be extra productive and possibly read more than ever. In the end, I wasn’t wrong per se but I wasn’t exactly right either. Can anybody relate? One good thing to come out of allContinue reading “Recent Poetry Read-a-thon | Mini-Reviews”
“Book Ripples” are my spin on “If you liked (blank), then you’ll love (blank)!” style book recommendations. When I share these Book Ripples, I don’t always mean to say they (the featured books) are the same genre of book, the same style of writing, or the same type of material but simply: some part ofContinue reading “Book Ripples: My Oxford Year by Julia Whelan”
Here’s the thing: I haven’t felt very inspired lately. Not in my writing. Not in my reading. Not in my photographing. And isn’t that a killer vibe, especially when you know it’s all just a part of the cycle? A high you come off of when you have a million ideas churning inside your headContinue reading “Bookish Habits: Flat Lays”
Happy Father’s Day! In celebration I thought we could chat, on this first Sunday-Sauce blogspot, about our favorite Bookish-Dads. I’ve picked and listed (5) of my favorites below! Did you love any of these bookish-fellows as much as I did? Who would you add to this list?
NOTE OF CAUTION: I’m about to really upset some of you in this post but I’m just going to say it, up front, and warn you: I write in ALL my books. Yes, all of them. Doesn’t matter if it’s fiction, poetry, non-fiction, a Bible study, or a cook book. I write. Inside. Them. All.Continue reading “Bookish Habits: Post-it Notes”
There’s something to be said for books which are simply fun and quirky to read; quick-reads with witty one-liners and fun whimsical characters. There’s something to be said (even more so) if the same books are captivating and clever at the same time. In lies The Jackaby Novels by William Ritter, a series of fourContinue reading “Review: The Jackaby Novels”
Ever read a book/s and just ache to be able to write like that particular author? Ever wish you could sit across the kitchen table and ask them questions about the world-building or the characters or moments in particular that shook you? That’s how I feel about Katherine Arden and The Winternight Trilogy.
“A great book should leave you with many experiences, and slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading.” -William Styron I’m sure there’s a million-and-one “A to Z” Reading Challenges floating around the mighty inter-web these days but I dove off the deep end and created my own for 2020. I hadContinue reading ““A to Z” YA Challenge: June Update”