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)

From My Bookshelf: Home, Gingerbread, Save (Quill Subscription Box)

Three more books have recently made their way from a bookstore to my shelves, and since this wasn't an ordinary purchase, I'm also going to share how they arrived in this edition of From My Bookshelf. I've talked about Quill Books & Beverage in Westbrook, Maine before here on the blog, and they deserve all … Continue reading From My Bookshelf: Home, Gingerbread, Save (Quill Subscription Box)

From My Bookshelf: All Souls Trilogy

This edition of From My Bookshelf is part book haul, part celebration for finally having the All Souls Trilogy on my shelves, and part celebration of a Maine independent bookstore. I read A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness in the summer of 2016, and loved nearly everything about it. The romance, the writing, the folklore. I … Continue reading From My Bookshelf: All Souls Trilogy

From My Bookshelf: Woodson, Oliver, Auden

In celebration of National Poetry Month, this edition of From My Bookshelf features three poetry collections I own, love, and have read from cover to cover. What I've chosen to spotlight for each collection is slightly different, which I want to explain. The first two collections, Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson and Felicity by Mary Oliver, were compiled … Continue reading From My Bookshelf: Woodson, Oliver, Auden