Two weekends ago I had the awesome opportunity (thank you, my dear husband!) to go to a local book festival for a few hours BY MYSELF and it was amazing. I truly could have stayed there ALL DAY LONG. I met and chatted with some interesting local authors, bought some indie books (I've already finished … Continue reading Mom’s Day Out at the Great Valley Bookfest – it was awesome!
I came across this commentary this morning and I think it's just wonderful. While I haven't read The Hobbit since high school, it is one of the books (along with Lord of the Rings) that I hope to introduce to my kids when they're old enough. The author of this commentary, Tod Worner, captures, I … Continue reading Why “The Hobbit” is not just for kids – Reblog from Aleteia.org
I came across a really interesting post on Aleteia today called, "Confessions of a Catholic book hoarder" that reposted a list (credited to Fr. John McCloskey) of the supposed top 100 Catholic books of all time. I can't vouch for whether that's true, as I have not read most of them, but I enjoy lists … Continue reading Top 100 Catholic Books of all time?