Posts by Andrea

Booklr Questions – What was the last book you read?

What was the last book you read? The last book I finished reading was The Hundred-Foot Journey by Robert C. Morias. I didn’t know this book existed until I saw trailers for the film. I always find books to be better than their movies- there’s only so much you can get into a 2-hour film…

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Head Case – A Review

I recently finished reading Head Case: My Brain and Other Wonders by Cole Cohen. My copy of the book was provided to me by Henry Holt & Co and NetGalley. Head Case is an interesting read that I’m very excited to share with you. So what’s this book about anyway? A Synopsis – The summer…

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Booklr Questions – Hardbacks or paperbacks?

Hardbacks or paperbacks? Both hardback and paperback books have their pros and cons, and I like having both in my library. When it comes to buying books, I tend toward the cheapest option. I scour discount and used book stores, getting many of my reads for as little as a dollar. The one type of…

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Squirting Milk at Chameleons – A Review

Squirting Milk at Chameleons: An Accidental African by Simon Fenton was an interesting read that I’m excited to share with you. So what’s this book about anyway? A Synopsis – Squirting Milk at Chameleons is the tale of an Englishman making a life for himself in Senegal. Khady pulled out a breast and with a…

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#OurProject52 – Negative Space

Negative space isn’t something that comes naturally to me when I take photos. This is probably because I like closeups so much.  I’d much rather take fill my frame with the subject, than leave empty space, so this was a great exercise for me. I’ve been doing a lot of book photography lately for my…

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Booklr Question – What’s your favorite book?

What is your favorite book? Picking a favorite book has to be one of the hardest things ever. I know lots of people who would equate this question to choosing a favorite child, but since i don’t have any I can’t tell you if that’s true.  More often than not, I’m likely to tell you…

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#OurProject52 – Silhouette

Silhouettes are some of my favorite photos, though I’ve hardly ever taken them myself. Actually, never, except on accident. So, I was very happy to see Everyday Eyecandy’s tips on how to shoot them. For the purposes of this week’s challenge, I took a photo very similar to the one LaShawn took for this challenge-…

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#OurProject52 – Framed

Once again, this is a catch up post for #OurProject52. It seems that after I slacked off on the Motherhood challenge, it became a lot easier to keep slacking off.  But the #OurProject52 challenge is something I really do want to keep doing, so I’m making myself go back and do all of the ones…

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#OurProject52 – Motherhood

I managed to skip out on a few weeks of posting my #OurProject52 photos, mostly because I’m a slacker, but the main reason was that I didn’t manage to take any photos with fit the motherhood theme for the May 14th challenge. Not being a mother myself, taking photos that relate to motherhood was a…

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