Lit Tuesday: Writing (non-)Progress

Okay. I'll admit it. I've been so focused on writing stuff for the blog and coming up with ideas for it and thinking about what I want to work on with our house and social outings that I've let my writing fall by the wayside. Yet again. Travesty! I'm determined to get my butt in … Continue reading Lit Tuesday: Writing (non-)Progress

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Lit Tuesday: Irish Mythology Influences

Last week, I touched on Irish mythology and places to research it and all that good stuff. Today, I have three recommendations that have heavy Irish/Celtic mythology influences in their plots and worldbuilding or is essentially historical fiction. I even found a list of books to add to my ever-growing reading list. First, let's start … Continue reading Lit Tuesday: Irish Mythology Influences

Lit Tuesday: Irish Mythology

I thought about doing a bunch of research for this topic, but now that I no longer have a university library of peer-reviewed articles at my fingertips, I wasn't really sure where to start looking. And honestly, half the fun in research is seeing what you find yourself! When I was in my last semester … Continue reading Lit Tuesday: Irish Mythology

Lit Tuesday: Edna O’Brien

Now that we are solidly into March, I thought I'd take this month to attempt to do some research on a certain country and region. There are many things that come to mind when I think about March and what I associate with it, but Ireland is at the top of the pack. It's a … Continue reading Lit Tuesday: Edna O’Brien

Lit Tuesday: The Lunar Chronicles

As we're about at the end of February, I thought I should review a book series I'm currently obsessed with--I mean, that fits the theme of love that is usually associated with February. And it doesn't get any more romantic than a fairy tale retelling! I forget exactly how I found out about The Lunar … Continue reading Lit Tuesday: The Lunar Chronicles

Lit Tuesday: Wildlife Authors

This past weekend was the Southeastern Wildlife Expo (SEWE) here in Charleston. It has become a tradition for me, Miles, and my in-laws to attend this and get our fill of wildlife, conservation, and dogs. There are so many dogs there. It's fantastic. This year, I thought I'd try to pay attention and see what … Continue reading Lit Tuesday: Wildlife Authors

Lit Tuesday: Tangled Tides Review

First things first: happy birthday to my little sister! We can't celebrate together today, but we will in a couple of months. (Featured image borrowed from Goodreads.com.) Now that it’s February, I figured my books this month to read and review should be related to love, romance, all that good stuff. I decided to start … Continue reading Lit Tuesday: Tangled Tides Review

Lit Tuesday: Writing Progress

(Featured image appropriated from Google and netimperative.com). Originally, I was going to write up my review on Prince of Thorns by Mark Lawrence. But I haven't finished it yet, so I can't exactly write a review. It's a little harder reading than I thought. This is my book for "read a book about an anti-hero" … Continue reading Lit Tuesday: Writing Progress

Lit Tuesday: Artemis Review

One of the items on my reading challenge is “read a book set on a different planet.” For this, I chose Artemis by Andy Weir (mostly because an online club I joined picked it to read for this month). (Also, a full reveal of the book list will happen eventually. I had to start over … Continue reading Lit Tuesday: Artemis Review

Lit Tuesday: Places I Write

Although I haven't done much writing this year so far, I thought I'd talk about where I write and how I like to write. (I know, shocker, I'm still getting back into the swing of things following the new year. I have worked a little more on the fanfiction I've been working on forever. It … Continue reading Lit Tuesday: Places I Write