May Reading Review

Being ill, giving up social media, and my workplace being closed to the public has had one big benefit: more time to read. In January, I outlined my goals and a short curated list, but as avid readers may know, to follow the whims of one's TBR list means you end up in an entirely... Continue Reading →

Review: Deep Ancestors

Once a year, always in the spring, I read Ceisiwr Serith's Deep Ancestors: Practicing the Religion of the Proto-Indo-Europeans. It is the Dawn that calls to me, and the primordial sacrifice, both intricately linked to the coming of the spring and new life in the world. What is it about these practices, these deities, that... Continue Reading →

Review: The Fringe Hours

The Fringe Hours: Making Time for YouJessica N. TurnerRevell, 2015Goodreads | CloudLibrary | Bibliocommons ★★ Christian mommy blogger Jessica Turner inspires us women who "do it all" to do even more by eking out moments for ourselves in between serving everyone else. I picked this up skeptically, wondering if I would love or hate it.... Continue Reading →

Review: The Enchanted Life

The Enchanted Life: Unlocking the Magic of the Every DaySharon BlackieAmbrosia, 2018Goodreads | Hoopla [Print|Audiobook] | Bibliocommons ★★★★★ This is my book of 2020. Sharon Blackie brought together all of the themes that have been swirling around in my head for months, and wove them together in a lyrical exploration of what it means to... Continue Reading →

Review: Domestic Monastery

Domestic MonasteryRonald RolheiserParaclete Press, 2019Goodreads | Hoopla It's not a secret that I love books about monastics. I read every nun memoir I can find, and have read more than a few "Christian living" titles, looking for that elusive something. Well, this might be it. At only 80 pages, this little gem of a book... Continue Reading →

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