George R. R. Martin
Reading about readers is a particularly special pleasure, and the readers we read about often come to us early in life when we are at our most impressionable and open-minded. I can’t think of a better role model than a character who loves books as much as we do, and helps us carry on that… Read More »
Tags: A Game of Thrones, A Series of Unfortunate Events, A Tree Grows In Brooklyn, Anne of Green Gables, Betty Smith, George R. R. Martin, Harper Lee, Harry Potter, J.D. Salinger, J.K. Rowling, L.M. Montgomery, Lemony Snicket, little women, louisa may alcott, Markus Zusak, Matilda, Roald Dahl, The Book Thief, The Catcher in the Rye, to kill a mockingbird
August 12th was National Middle Child Day, but we believe in appreciating these wonderful characters all year round! Is your favorite middle child on this list? Let us know in the comments section!
No matter what happens between the end of one winter and the start of the next, Christmas movies play a massive role in November and December for me. I try and watch as many as possible: the classics (A Miracle on 34th Street), some newer favorites (Love Actually, Arthur Christmas) and even some I always… Read More »
Tags: A Boy Called Christmas, A Christmas Carol, A Christmas Story, A Song of Ice and Fire, Books, Brooke Davis, Calvin and Hobbes, Charlie Brown, Cheryl Strayed, Christmas, Christmas Movies, Christmas Vacation, Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney, Elf, Frosty the Snowman, George R. R. Martin, Home Alone, It's A Wonderful Life, John Grisham, Lost & Found, Matt Haig, Phaedra Patrick, reading, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Scrooge, Skipping Christmas, Stuart McLean, The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper, The Grinch, The Nest, Vinyl Cafe, wally lamb, Wishin’ and Hopin’: A Christmas Story