This month, Rebecca Reads will be participating in the Ultimate Blog Challenge. The idea of this challenge is to get in the habit of writing and posting every day! Don’t worry, I won’t post if I don’t have something great to say to you! I just need to post 31 times in July and I
This is the place! If you have read and posted about poetry in August 2013, leave a link to your blog post. Learn more about this poetry project here. Just a reminder: you can read and post about one poem, a collection of poems, an anthology, or even a nonfiction book about poetry or a
Today’s Top Ten Tuesday is about beginnings and endings of books. I’m going to focus on beginnings. Visit Top Ten Tuesday for more top ten lists.
Somehow, at every library book sale I come away with poetry books: anthologies, individual authors, it doesn’t matter. Somehow I buy them! This year in April, I did not focus on reading poetry as I have in the past. It’s about time. This August, I pledge to read poems and write about them on this
Apparently, my RSS feed has been broken for some time. I realized it yesterday and righted the wrong, so if you received two months of posts at once, I apologize. I am still here. I am not posting as frequently. I am still reading, but not as much. Life is very busy! Baby Strawberry celebrated
In 2012, I enjoyed starting off my year with a Shakespeare reading month. I have decided to go for it again, and I would love to invite other friends to join in! In January and February 2013, I plan on starting off my 2013 classics reading year with reading books by and about the Bard. I hope
Jillian from A Room of One’s Own has started a group to encourage bloggers to read a set number of classics (you choose — at least 50) to read in the next five years (or you choose a different length of time). Because of the hiatus of the Classics Circuit and given my interest in
Today is the announcement of the Cybils 2011 winners! See all the winners here. The Fiction Picture Book winner is Me…Jane by Patrick McDonnell. It’s not the one of the seven I personally would have chosen (although, I’m glad I didn’t have to try to make that call!) and yet it is a fantastic book.
I am trying very hard to not be too ambitious in my reading plans for the year. That said, I really enjoyed how my January has been focused on Shakespeare and Charles Dickens this month, reading both biographies of the men and some of their works. I decided to revisit the Harlem Renaissance during the
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