I saw these words on the back of a T-shirt from across a crowded room. For a moment I couldn’t figure out what they could mean although considering what a big fan I am of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Continue reading “I’d Rather Be at Pemberley”
Glass. It is a wonder of invention. Its origin is in nature, deep inside the earth’s mantle, and perfected through volcanic catastrophes. Its beauty was conquered by the Egyptians, who found the way to make glass, and cherished it more Continue reading Glass
When you are having difficulty drawing or painting from a photograph, it sometimes helps to turn your photo reference upside down so you can “see” the shapes and colors in a fresh way. Reading Dystopian Fiction does that for me. Continue reading Turn YOUR World Upside Down and Tell Us about it at CCLD’s Online Book Club!
One of the lovely parts of the traditional librarian’s job was what we call “Readers Advisory”. We would read (not at work but at home) a variety of fiction and nonfiction books so we could suggest books to our patrons. Continue reading Find your next favorite book with Novelist