Hey, y’all . . . It’s been a while, hasn’t it? It has been an absolutely crazy couple of years! I started my first job as a classroom Deaf education teacher and got busy immediately. About a year into teaching I decided to get my master’s in Library Science, and now a year later I’m […]Read More It’s been a while . . .
So at the beginning of the year I only had three books on my most anticipated reads list but it’s increased quite a bit since then. (That’s the understatement of the year.) I figured that July might be a good time to post my updated list. I’m still eagerly awaiting The Relentless Moon by Mary […]Read More Most Anticipated Reads (for the rest of 2020)
Everyone has been doing this tag during the last month but I held off because I want to do it when it was actually mid year. I guess I like putting it up just after I’ve reached the midway point of the year. It’s been an interesting year hasn’t it? I swear my kids and […]Read More Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag
My reading was all over the place this month, as was my life. The first two days in June were my last two days of my first year of teaching and it was rather overwhelming. It’s been a difficult year for obvious reasons and this month was all about reading books I knew I would […]Read More June Wrap Up
Okay, so I don’t really like doing TBRs because I have no ability to stick to them but I’m legitimately not sure what I want to read over the next month. I’m a mood reader so TBRs never quite work for me but I’m going to give it a try. I’ve created a handy little […]Read More July TBR
I was so excited to receive a copy of this for review! The Lady Astronauts Series is one of my all time favorite series and I am excited that we got to explore and learn about what took place on the moon while Elma was on the Mars Mission. I want to preface this review […]Read More The Relentless Moon Review
The Two Gentlemen of Verona by William Shakespeare is a comedy about two young men experiencing the ups and downs of love and friendship. I wish I could give you more than that but the plot of the play was all over the place so it’s hard to pinpoint precisely what is happening. The Two […]Read More The Two Gentlemen of Verona Review/Discussion
We all have those magic words that will get us to pick up a book when we hear or see those words mentioned in a synopsis. I have a few different bookish buzzwords that I wanted to talk about and discuss. I feel like learning what draws someone into a book helps you get to […]Read More Bookish Buzzwords
Hello Everyone! I’m so excited to talk about my new Summer Shakespeare series! I am a self professed Shakespeare nerd, but I still have yet to read all of Shakespeare’s collected works which is honestly a little bit absurd. Due to all of the COVID-19 closures and shutdowns it will take the world awhile to […]Read More Summer Shakespeare Series Announcement
Something that people have always told me is that I have a mind and a heart for justice. I went into education because I wanted to serve as an advocate for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community as a Hard of Hearing woman. I want to study Library Science so I can continue to […]Read More Let’s Talk . . .