Hi friends! Well, it’s official, I am moving to a new address. There are a few changes coming for me – exciting ones!!- and I hope to see you all there! aliciafabel.wordpress.com I’m gonna keep this short. I’ve got some more work to do, so I beg your patience. I will also be back to… Continue reading I’m MOVING!
I got to kick off my summer break with an all night read by one of my favorite authors, Richelle Mead. So, I am a little tired, but it was worth it! Glittering Court is a fantasy novel that reads like a historical fiction. Although the places and people are completely made up, it is… Continue reading Glittering Court Review
Hi book clubbers! Here are the summaries for our April Book Clubs. We will be meeting again in a couple weeks! YAY! A couple reminders for A Night Out With Books: Attendance is not mandatory, but obviously appreciated and will understandably vary some due to personal/family schedules. Book selection for subsequent meetings are announced at book… Continue reading April Meetings
Hi book clubbers. It is obvious that despite my promises to do better, I am not good at keeping this page current. At all. Oh well, I guess you’ll just have to forgive me ;o) These are the book club meetings from March, I will share the meeting updates from April’s meeting by the end of… Continue reading March Meetings
A few months ago, my children were trapped in the house by a winter storm. Electronics were banned to them – I strive to be the meanest mom EVER – and they were going insane and driving me there ahead of them. The Grouchies attacked. (GREAT book, BTW ;O)). I had to act. It went like… Continue reading Building Joy in Reading
My little girl just turned five this month. She will start kindergarten in August, and my time with just-the-two-of-us is winding down quickly. So, this week we did some awesome big-girl bonding, in the book section! We each picked out newest must-have book to add to the shelf. My Aer Bear chose, Barbie Spy Squad:… Continue reading Big-Girl Bonding Time!
This is a really great book that I enjoyed a lot! It had a gritty undertone which, frankly, I do not usually care for, but this was done well. Also, be prepared for some sci-fi, coming of age, and YA romance. Natalie is a high school senior who cannot wait to get away from her… Continue reading Review – The Love the Split the World