Got any items on your fictional bucket list? I have only a few, but I think they’re good ones.
I want to create a curated book collection of stories I love. Stories I didn’t feel any need to rush through just to hit my reading goal for the year.
Change doesn’t have to happen in an instant. Nor do you have to make goals only during New Year’s Eve. Change takes time, and these are four bookish habits I’d like to change within myself in 2022.
You have a job (or two or three)? Check. You have a family or other responsibilities? Check. You have bills to pay, things to move, things to do? Check. You’re an editor, or working on your own book, or reading manuscripts for a publisher? Check. Does this time of the year stress you out with…
Before we dive into this post, I must take a moment to say thank you. Thank you for showing my blog so much love in 2021. It shows you not only like the content – both old and new – but you also want to see what comes next. I, for one, can’t wait to…
Tired of seeing the words “goals” or “resolutions” this time of year? No matter their form, let’s try and take a different approach with them for 2022!
Ever wonder about the history of your own areas? Don’t be afraid to dig deep into those histories – you never know what you’ll learn!
What does a #histfic writer think about while serving jury duty in one of the most historical buildings in her county? Find out here!
Make this the year of homemade gifts and cards (and only use supplies you already own). You could even offer your time as a gift instead of spending money. Babysitting, house sitting, pet sitting, helping with a home or business tasks are all ways you can gift your time. ~source Well, hey there! If you…
From Elizabeth Camden and Martha Keyes to Deborah M. Hathaway and beyond, I love a good historical fiction novel. Some more than others. Find out more about my last five reads!