Welcome to the fourth post in "The Quotable Anne" series, which will also be the final post. When I first finished reading The Anne of Green Gables series early this autumn, I was in a reading hole. It's always like that after I've invested a lot of time in a certain story line. But I have… Continue reading The Quotable Anne: A Touch of Fairyland
It's nearly half-way through October, and I haven't mentioned a thing about Halloween. This year has sped by, and it's so shocking to realize that Christmas really is just around the corner. I love Halloween and autumn and will enjoy the pumpkins, the autumn leaves, and the Halloween candy, but--for me--Christmas is the light at… Continue reading Happy (Almost) Halloween!
Hey there, everyone! Just wanted to let you all know not to expect too many blog posts from me this month because--you guessed it!--November is National Novel Writing Month. Only, I'm in no way going to write 50,000 words. And I'm not even going to attempt writing a novel. Yeah, it's confusing. But, I am… Continue reading November…the month of writing
Since it's storming mightily outside at the moment, I figured I should write another spooooky blog post, since the storm is spooky...and loud. Last week as I was setting up a children's book display of autumn/Halloween books, I was inspired to write this post listing five of my favorite spooky children's books. I actually found… Continue reading Spooky Stories for Halloween