Month: July 2020

2020 Weekly Wrap-Up: The Thirtieth

2020 Weekly Wrap-Up: The Thirtieth

Howdy Bookworms, How’s that Pandemic life treating you? Fun new development- I’m now having COVID related anxiety dreams. Specifically, last night I dreamt I was going to someplace crowded (Disney maybe?) and I realized I didn’t have a mask on. Except NOBODY had masks on. I was aghast, and tried to put on my own mask only to have it consistently dip below my nose (the horrors). AND thanks to… Read more »

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2020 Weekly Wrap-Up: The Twenty Ninth

2020 Weekly Wrap-Up: The Twenty Ninth

Howdy Bookworms, How is everyone holding up? We’ve had a rocky week with nap avoidance. Sammy is almost 3, a fact that I can barely wrap my head around. I revel in his daily naps, but I know that all good things end eventually… I just hope that he’s not giving up his nap forever right now because I don’t know how much longer we’re going to be doing the… Read more »

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2020 Weekly Wrap-Up: The Twenty Eighth

2020 Weekly Wrap-Up: The Twenty Eighth

Greetings Bookworms, Who wants some Sammy stories? Last week I made the decision to watch the new Hamilton movie after Sam went to bed, which meant that I was up entirely too late watching it. Totally worth it, but I was dragging the following day. As I was reheating leftovers for lunch, I was singing bits and pieces of the musical to myself. Sammers came in and was all, “Mommy… Read more »

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The Heir Affair by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan

The Heir Affair by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan

Greetings Bookworms, The Royal We by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan was one of my favorite reads of 2016 (it was published in 2015 but I was late to the party, as per usual.) It was, more or less, Prince William and Kate Middleton fan fiction. I mean, YES, it was DIFFERENT in a lot of ways, but when you’re reading about even a fictionalized British royal family, it’s hard… Read more »

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Weekly Wrap-Up 2020: The Twenty Sixth

Weekly Wrap-Up 2020: The Twenty Sixth

Hey Bookworms, It’s July now. Because time no longer means anything. On the upside, my child is contentedly watching some outer space educational cartoon set to a hip hop soundtrack. There are also robots. I’m not sure what’s going on, TBH, but it’s one of the better things we’ve stumbled across on YouTube. Anyway. I have two books to tell you about. Let’s talk about them, shall we? The Boyfriend… Read more »

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