“Paris Letters” by Janice MacLeod Book Review

“Paris Letters” by Janice MacLeod was a delightfully quick read. Having finished the book in four-ish days, I can admit I’ve traipsed through the streets of Paris now (or so Janice has been to Paris and I’ve lived vicariously through her experiences). The Paris Letters at its core is about freedom, love, and self-discovering. It’sContinue reading ““Paris Letters” by Janice MacLeod Book Review”

Books, Books, Books: Secrets & Tricks to building your shelves and saving money

Paperbacks, Hardcovers, eBooks, and more! Bookworm, bibliophile, nerd; these are the nicknames you go by for your love of reading and ultimately, the hoarded collection that sits proudly on your bookshelves. Do you find yourself smelling the pages in between reading? Wait! That might just be me.  Books are timeless, they never expire and theirContinue reading “Books, Books, Books: Secrets & Tricks to building your shelves and saving money”