"Reading" Blogs & Blog Posts

Conversations with WritersConversations with Writers

Presents interviews with writers, publishers and literary activists.

 
this little life of minethis little life of mine

A little blog about my life - places I go, photos I take, books I read, foo...

 
consciousnessconsciousness

This is a blog about happiness, dreams and anything cute and geek=)

 
Seven Miles of Steel ThistlesSeven Miles of Steel Thistles

Posts on YA Fiction and fantasy, children's books, folklore and myths

 
25 Hour Books25 Hour Books

We could all use an extra hour for reading! Here's where I post boo...

 
LiteraryMindedLiteraryMinded

Book reviews, author interviews and the literary adventures of writer, edit...

 
Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?

A Father writes about family, technology and more.

 


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I have a few rules for choosing non-fiction books: I won’t read a book promising to reveal the “insider secrets” of an organization or field. (The author only knows 1% of the secrets, and they’ll oversell them.) If I find a book too broad or...

“The time has come to accept that in its current mode of operation, Facebook’s flaws outweigh its considerable benefits”. — Roger McNamee in ZUCKED.

Schools here began Semester 2 this week. Both of my classes (I teach part time) are in the afternoon, a change from last semester where one was in the morning and one after lunch. I'm finding a wonderful spaciousness of time in having my mornings fre...

That, of course, was not me. The words are by John Keats, the poet who has inspired me and saved me in equal measure. The Eve of St Agnes was written approximately 200 years ago, so this is its bicentenary, … Continue reading →...

I’m so sorry but we’re still talking about Marie Kondo. The popularity of her Netflix show Tidying Up caused an uptick in donations to thrift stores and used bookstores, according to CNN, the New Yorker, and Seattle’s Stranger. Not every store...

New parenthood is equally exciting and overwhelming, joyful and terrifying. There’s no shortage of advice out there: If you search for “parenting books” on Amazon, more than 60,000 results will appear. On one hand, it’s nice to live during a...

I am something of a memoir junkie. I don’t exclusively read parenting memoirs (if you haven’t read The Shepherd’s Life or The Night of the Gun yet, I’m sad for you), but 2018 seems to have been The Year of the Parenting/Family Memoir for me.