Let Me Tell You About My Book Club

So this post started out as my April wrap-up post. And then when I didn't end up reading much in April it was going to be an April/May combo post. But then that didn't happen, either, and I was thinking I might just do a monster "Late Spring-Summer" wrap-up, but I'm just not feeling that. … Continue reading Let Me Tell You About My Book Club

I Am Not On Board With Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women”

The trailer for the upcoming Little Women adaptation, directed by Greta Gerwig and starring Saoirse Ronan, was just released this week. I feel like I've been hearing news about this movie for about a year at this point, and very little that I've heard has inspired any excitement. Maybe it's too early to judge, as … Continue reading I Am Not On Board With Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women”

My Seven Top Five Thoughts After Watching All of “Game of Thrones” in One Week

Since Game of Thrones just ended, and I've been working from home for a week due to some office renovations, I thought it was the perfect time to sign up for a 7-day free trial of the HBO Amazon Prime Channel and binge the entire series (while working, of course!). Game of Thrones has reached … Continue reading My Seven Top Five Thoughts After Watching All of “Game of Thrones” in One Week

Sign the Petition to Reverse the Ban on Book Donations to Washington Prisons

The Washington State Department of Corrections quietly issued a complete ban on prison book donations last month. "So quietly, in fact, that they didn't bother to tell us first. We only know now because we found this memo on their website today. We're ready to fight it..." Books to Prisoners, the Seattle-based nonprofit that has … Continue reading Sign the Petition to Reverse the Ban on Book Donations to Washington Prisons

Book Hangovers and Binge-Watching: “The Passage” and “A Discovery of Witches” on Page and Screen (and Why “Station Eleven” Would Make a Great TV Series)

The season one finale of FOX's adaptation of Justin Cronin's The Passage aired this past week, and I couldn't be happier about where they left it. I also just signed up for a seven-day free trial of the Sundance Now app so I could binge the whole first season of their recent adaptation of Deborah Harkness' A … Continue reading Book Hangovers and Binge-Watching: “The Passage” and “A Discovery of Witches” on Page and Screen (and Why “Station Eleven” Would Make a Great TV Series)