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Here’s a little story. When I was in third grade, we moved from Hawaii, where my father was stationed at Pearl Harbor, to Williamsburg, Virginia, in the middle of the academic year. I was put in Ms. Riddick’s class. Already … Continue reading
Hello, Blogosphere! So, I just logged in to this space for the first time in . . . a while. Reading through my last post, written in July of last year, I find it truly resonates with me, and I … Continue reading
I’m not sure where December went, but I blinked and it was January! I only managed two books through the month of December–but they were really good books. 🙂 I did read a lot of articles and individual poems through … Continue reading
Although this month was primarily dedicated to finishing up three big writing projects and catching up in grading, I managed to squeeze in a little reading just for myself here and there in October: How about you? What are you … Continue reading
My August reading stack was short but sweet–a little poetry, a little fantasy, a little psychology. What did you read in the “dog days of summer?”
Here’s my July stack of books read. This was a fun and wide-ranging month of reading!
With the academic year behind me, and not yet teaching my summer course, June was a great month for me as a reader. Here are my June completed readings (The little white paperback above Decolonizing Academia is Brian W. Foster, … Continue reading
Here’s the little stack of books I made it through in May (not pictured: Volume 4 of the Middle English Sermons Compendium.) What have you been reading lately?
Here’s the stack of books I made it through in February. What have you been reading? Comments below!