Aromas brought to you by Candlefish. I feel obligated to share that I initially spelled Wednesday wrong in the heading. I stared at it for longer than I care to admit trying to figure out what the problem was. WHY ARE YOU THERE RED SQUIGGLY LINE? Stupid letter N. Are we sure it isn’t Monday?…… Continue reading What I’m Reading Wednesday, and a Truly Half-Assed June Wrap-Up
I did actually read some books in May! But then the world became even more awful than simple pandemic awfulness, as if that wasn’t awful enough, and I didn’t feel much like writing anything. Well, the world is STILL awful, and I’ve talked to awful people who have said awful things. I’ve also talked to…… Continue reading Black Lives Matter, Engaging in the Conversation, and My May Wrap-Up: Things that Shouldn’t be Combined Into One Post, But F*** You, It’s My Blog and the World Is Bonkers
So here we are, on this 20th evening of the month of May (I can’t decide if time is flying or crawling), and I have to admit that my book progress so far is pretty pathetic. To give myself SOME credit, I did have a chunk of April to finish before I could launch into…… Continue reading Mid-May Check-in? Words and phrases about The Book of V. and Untamed (again)
I’m wrapping up April today, I swear! I have a little bit of Wow, No Thank You to finish before Nowhere Bookshop Presents Samantha Irby (in conversation with Jenny Lawson) via Zoom tonight. CAN👏. NOT👏. WAIT👏. I have enjoyed this book tremendously, and I think I have made my feelings about Jenny Lawson crystal clear.…… Continue reading The May Pile, Things I Like, and the World is Awful
I’m off to a ROARING start. It’s the fifth day of this month of May and this is significant for a few reasons: Reason the first: It’s my husband’s birthday and HOOBOY is it weird to celebrate a birthday in the middle of this shitstorm. (I attempted some PR voodoo and branded today the Pandabirthday.…… Continue reading Some thoughts on Untamed, and also on self care during a pandemic- which you may not have heard of because it doesn’t get mentioned that often?