WIP Wednesday

I feel like a slacker because I’ve hardly gotten anything done on my mini quilt since last week.  The only thing I did get done was the hand embroidery. But at least my little baby whale is cute! What are you working on this week? Sharing over at: WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced, Let’s Bee Read More …

Booklr Questions – What are your favorite book covers?

What are your favorite book covers? I am absolutely in love with Orion Publishing’s new hardcover imprints of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novels. I might have even ordered one of them from the Book Depository the other day.  It was a copy of Good Omens, the only book in the collection that wasn’t a Discworld novel, Read More …

A Beginner’s Guide to Paradise – A Review

I recently got a chance to read an advance copy of A Beginner’s Guide to Paradise by Alex Sheshunoff. This memoir about Sheshunoff’s time in the south pacific was a wonderfully entertaining read.  A big thanks to NetGalley and Penguin Group for my Advanced Reader Copy (ARC). So what’s this book about anyway? A Synopsis Read More …

WIP Wednesday

It’s  WIP Wednesday again, and surprisingly enough I’ve actually got another work in progress to share.  I’m super proud of myself getting started on this month’s Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism Challenge so early.  Of course, I need to get it done and out of the way, so that I can get a baby Read More …

Booklr Questions – How many bookshelves do you own?

How many bookshelves do you own? As a booklr, the obvious answer to this question is: not enough. In all seriousness, I do have 2 bookcases in my house, plus the shelves I store my sewing books on in my sewing/craft room, and a few small shelves I store books on at work.  I love Read More …

#OurProject52 – Back to School

I don’t have any kids, so I don’t take those back to school photos that most people do, but working at a university, I do have the opportunity to take some photos of the students when they get back to campus. These photos were taken after freshman orientation, so many of these are new students. Read More …