Tag: The Serpent King

The Cookie Book Tag

The Cookie Book Tag

Good morning everyone! Today, I’m doing a book tag that’s themed around one of my favorite snacks of all time.  They’re versatile and can be made to be crumbly, gooey, savory, sweet, eaten warm or cold, served a la mode, and they make your house smell AMAZING while you are baking them. Yup, I’m talking about cookies. Back in December, Marie tagged me in the Cookie Book Tag, and I spent a while re-watching that chocolate chip cookie GIF and thinking about how easy it would be to make cookies and how delicious they are… and now I’m here with my […]

Posted October 21, 2019 in Tags // 11 Comments //
So Long to Apple Cider & Autumn Leaves: The October Wrap Up

So Long to Apple Cider & Autumn Leaves: The October Wrap Up

October is my favorite month of the year.  Between the spooky Halloween aesthetics, nutmeg and clove in the air, and beautiful leaves… it’s the most gorgeous month of the year in New England.  Add in the fact that it’s no longer 90-degrees with 100% humidity and that my birthday is in October, this is just generally a good month.  And while I’m sad to see it go, I’m excited to see what November will bring. Without further ado, I present: October. Remember last month when I only hauled two books?  Yeah, that was adorable.  The beginning of October typical means a […]

Posted October 29, 2018 in Checking In // 4 Comments //
The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner

The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner

I hear tell that this book was very hyped, and somehow in my book blog travels, I missed all that?  I knew almost nothing coming into this book, and I’m grateful for it, because if I heard a bunch of squeeing and dancing and excitement… I think my review would have been a lot different…. The Serpent King tells the story of three outcasts in a small Tennessee town.  Each one has a different personality, a different struggle… and a reader is bound to fall in love with one of the three, if not all of them.  First, you have […]

Posted October 28, 2018 in Reviews // 0 Comments //