Bookish Memories

My love of reading I owe almost wholly to Laura Ingalls and her Little House on the Prairie books. I actually remember receiving an abridged version of one of the novels sometime in kindergarten, before my reading skills had progressed to chapter books. Most Christmas presents have escaped my memory, but this little book –Continue reading “Bookish Memories”

The Best of 2018

I know, another end of the year post. But I had to include my favorites of this year. //Books// War and Peace – beautiful, poignant, and so true to life, this book means more to me than words allow The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society – so adorable! I want to read more books toldContinue reading “The Best of 2018”

Review: The Girl From the Train by Irma Joubert

Some books just stand out. This one is one of them. The Girl From the Train first caught my eye because it was originally published in Afrikaans, the language of South Africa. Not many books with Christian themes – what am I saying – not many books of any kind from South Africa reach international status. IContinue reading “Review: The Girl From the Train by Irma Joubert”