• Himalayas of Literature,  Uncategorized

    The Psychology of Time Travel: A Read Along​​

    Four women will invent time travel.

    Three will make their mark on history.

    Two will do anything to be remembered.

    One will not survive.

    Sound intriguing? I love a good female character-driven novel and time travel is one of my very favorite sub-genres. Combine those things with beautiful cover art and I am in!

    I am excited to announce that I am co-hosting a read-along of The Psychology of Time Travel by Kate Mascarenhas with Jessica from Book Oblivion.

    If you are unfamiliar with Book Oblivion, simply put, they are some of the smartest and nicest people in the online book community. I am a member of The Himalayas of Literature group as well as the Critical Theory & Philosophy group. Jessica is also the mastermind behind the super-nerdy reading schedule.

    So here are the fun details:

    • I am currently giving away one copy of The Psychology of Time Travel. You can enter to win here on Instagram.
    • Jessica will also be giving away a copy later this week.
    • We have a private Facebook group you will want to join for extra insights along the way.
    • On August 17th we will meet to do a live online video call to discuss the book. You can sign up for that here.

    Please feel free to comment or email me with any questions.

    I hope you will join us and finish up the summer with this fascinating book!

     

     

  • Book Club For Introverts,  Bookish

    Book Club for Introverts

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    Our first pick!

    I am an introvert at heart. Life and my career force me to talk to people and I manage just fine. But by the time the day is over, I am out of words and energy to interact with other humans. Even talking to my dogs is pushing it at times.

    I also love reading and talking about reading. But the idea of a face-to-face book club just doesn’t work for me because of time and just wanting to be home at the end of the day. So I started thinking about online book clubs. Were they even a thing?

    Well, Oprah and Reese Witherspoon certainly would agree that they work so why not?

    Enter in “Book Club for Introverts“. Each month we will select a book by voting on four choices. Two lucky members will win their choice of the hardcopy, ebook, or audiobook.

    We have almost 60 members and for our first month Bitter Orange is our book choice. The author, Claire Fuller, graciously sent me the readers guide and I’m so excited to start reading and discussing.

    It’s not too late to join and anyone is welcome; just click this link. Anyone is welcome!

    And yes, I find it humorous that we have a book club of nearly 60 introverts.

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    Introverts unite! … online!

    Here are the hardcopy, Kindle, and Audible links if you’re interested. These are affiliate links; you are charged no more, I just get a little extra money to buy more books!

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