From My Bookshelf: Aimee, Audre, Charlotte, and More (Book Haul)

Three more books have recently made their way from a bookstore to my shelves, so I'm sharing them in another edition of From My Bookshelf. These books don't have much in common, besides all being paperbacks and being from the same bookstore (Green Hand Books). One is a book I have read before (and loved), … Continue reading From My Bookshelf: Aimee, Audre, Charlotte, and More (Book Haul)

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Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales: Little Red Riding Hood

"There was once a sweet little maid, much beloved by everybody, but most of all by her grandmother, who never knew how to make enough of her. Once she sent her a little riding hood of red velvet, and as it was very becoming to her, and she never wore anything else, people called her … Continue reading Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales: Little Red Riding Hood

Reviewing The Cake Bible: Golden Almond Cake

Baking – like reading and blogging – is an activity I enjoy immensely, and one of my goals for the year is to bake my way through The Cake Bible by Rose Levy Beranbaum, an infamous (U.S.) dessert recipe book and baking guide. I thought it would be fun to incorporate my love for baking into my … Continue reading Reviewing The Cake Bible: Golden Almond Cake

September TBR | 2020 Reading Challenge

Now that my summer reading list is behind me, I'm starting my monthly TBR lists back up again. I'm already compiling a seasonal Fall TBR like I did last year, because if anything is consistent about my reading it's that I put too much on my plate. Back in July, I was able to visit … Continue reading September TBR | 2020 Reading Challenge