A Few Of My Favorite Downton Abbey Moments

*Warning: contains spoilers!* I've maintained a longtime enthusiasm for period dramas, from superb showcases of Britain's 20th-century history like The Crown to colorful, multi-character affairs like Bridgerton. The ornamental gowns, explosive emotions, and rich historical context accompanying these shows provide me with a valuable education on bygone eras in edition to an enticing escape. While … Continue reading A Few Of My Favorite Downton Abbey Moments

Libraries I’d Like to Visit Around the World

There is truly nothing more timeless than a library overflowing with literature from the past and present. It's essentially years, decades, and even centuries of research, musings, and creative expression assembled in stacks and rows. The reader and the dreamer in me naturally crave these spaces, but of course, the part of me that desires … Continue reading Libraries I’d Like to Visit Around the World

Book and Author Articles I’ve Loved This Month: July 2021

Happy August! I'm admittedly a bit late on this list, but as per previous posts, I would like to acquaint you with some wonderful words from wonderful writers on top-tier literature and the latest literary trends. Read on! "Seven Mystery Novels Where The Crimes Are Motivated By Books" (Kate Carlisle, CrimeReads) "Books are tangible relics … Continue reading Book and Author Articles I’ve Loved This Month: July 2021

My Latest (Simultaneous) Reads

For the past several years, I've been a staunch upholder of the "one-book-at-a-time" lifestyle. I've plucked one book that captures my attention from the shelf and burrowed into it, insisting that I must finish what I've started before progressing on to another literary adventure. I'm not exactly sure what prompted a change in my reading … Continue reading My Latest (Simultaneous) Reads