Tag: The Cost of Knowing

It’s Too Darn Hot: The June Wrap Up

It’s Too Darn Hot: The June Wrap Up

Posted July 5, 2021 in Reviews // 2 Comments

Truth?  I spent a lot of time in June hiding in our bedroom.  Why?  Because there’s an air conditioner in the bedroom and the temperature is lovely in there.  Honestly if we just moved the refrigerator up there, I’d never leave.  Well, almost never. Summer is not my favorite season.  I like it in theory and through windows, but as far as frolicking and enjoying the season? Ehhh, I’ll pass.  I get all sweaty and it’s icky.  If y’all haven’t figured it out yet, the only season I really like is autumn, and I adore autumn. But that’s alright, because you […]

The Cost of Knowing by Brittney Morris

The Cost of Knowing by Brittney Morris

Posted June 22, 2021 in Reviews // 2 Comments

  The Cost of Knowing is a perfectly decent book.  There were a lot of themes we’ve seen before – ones that are still important, don’t get me wrong – but from an objective storytelling point of view these themes are not especially unique.  I think my favorite part of this book was at the very end in the authors note.  Brittney Morris shared that she set out to write a book about joy and found that before she could do that, she had to write a book about joy-despite.  I really like how she expressed that, and it’s something […]