A stack of books for Mommy and Baby! A close up of each stack. I spent a grand total of 6 dollars. I wound up taking in about 80 dollars of credit, and I had another 30 saved from pre-baby, pre-pandemic.

BlackLivesMatter Resources

So I firmly don’t believe my voice should be used to silence any voices that really matter in this topic. I’m also not very eloquent, many others are much better at this. As someone said online allies should be shields not swords. So we’ll just go ahead and make clear - this blog and writer... Continue Reading →

April Wrap-Up Part 2

  The second half of April was just slow. I read quite a few graphic novels but the novel reading slowed down. For a few weeks in there I didn’t have a dedicated eReader, which honestly bummed me out (till my hubby treated me to a new one) and I just didn’t have a lot of... Continue Reading →

April Wrap-up Part 1

    April has not been a very successful month (for me) as far as reading goes. There is unfortunately a lot going on right now and I ran into a couple of road blocks along the way that really threw me off. But this sort of thing happens, and we just keep moving.   So... Continue Reading →

Book Access When Stuck at Home

   So many of us are trapped indoors per safety regulations - please stay inside, guys don’t be dumb. And even if you’re getting out because of work or care obligations your library might be closed. So here is how I wanted to talk about accessing books while at home.      I’d like to add this works... Continue Reading →

February Wrap-up Pt 1

The first full month with my daughter was a learning experience. We had to find our new normal - for the time being, till I return to work - and heal up. I swear those first two weeks of her being home were the hardest thing I've ever done (including childbirth), but we're starting to... Continue Reading →

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