“The Legacy of the Civil War” – Pulitzer Prize writer, Robert Warren, explores the manifold ways in which the Civil War changed the United States Forever. “Civil War Hospital Sketches” – Before her wider fame as the author of Little Women, Louisa May Alcott achieved recognition for her accounts of her work as a volunteerContinue reading “Military Appreciation Month Reads”
This is what I feel like when I read in quarantine!
Don’t let those couch potatoes do all of the world-saving by themselves. Yeah, I know, they can watch for hours on end, but you need to get your ass in gear and keep reading! Introverts, book nerds, socially awkward humans – whatever you want to call yourselves – I think we already knew this, butContinue reading “Introverts! This is Our Time to Shine”
An Honest Sunday
In an effort to lift bookstores hit hardest by the social distancing efforts and forced closures across the nation, Out of Print found itself in a unique position to help.
Real friends let you borrow books. A fellow toastmaster handed this to me on Friday. We had talked before about the horror genre and he mentioned this author, @clivebarkerofficial, and he thought it was a good fit for me. I’ll keep ya posted #amreading #unplug #horror #clivebarker #horror #grotesque #sunday #lazysunday #leer #leendo #libroContinue reading “Sunday Read”
A latte, a Vampire tale, and an axe for good measure. Just another Sunday in the study . #horrorup #vampire #lincoln #Bushcraft #axethrowing #vampires #amreading #kohamczytac #leeresvivir #leeresvida #bookish #bibliophile #booknerd
Franz Kafka’s work and views are often dark and disorienting, and yet they connect with a great many readers.