I have been a bit scarce lately. (I haven’t published a post since April 16th to be exact). I have several posts ready to go, but they all seem to fall flat in the current climate. I can’t help but feel like the string quartet playing on the sinking the Titanic as I write them. How frivolous is it to fawn over a book while Rome is burning? Don’t get me wrong. I am not a person who believes that to be aware, one must dedicate every waking hour to a tragedy. However, I think to soldier on without acknowledging it is far worse.
I am avoiding the NCAA Basketball Tournament (GO BADGERS!), so I decided to create a tag for book lovers.
For the Inaugural Throwback Book Thursday, I picked one of my favorite historical fiction books geared toward a middle-school audience, America’s Betrayal. Continue reading
About a week ago (lol), I read a post by another blogger where they offhandedly described themselves as being “Prince Charming” in a relationship that had gone sour. Their use of the term “Prince Charming” confused me since we know very little about the character. Think about it, what do we really know about Prince Charming besides the following?