Monthly Archives: May 2011

Paris in July!

I am super excited to announce that I will be participating in this year’s Paris in July blogging event, hosted by Thyme for Tea and Bookbath!  (Thank you for hosting!  You are awesome!)  Paris in July runs from July 1st … Continue reading

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Review: Les Femmes Savantes by Molière

Les Femmes savantes is a hilarious play that Molière wrote in the last years of his life.  I really want to review it, but I am all Molièred out, so this will probably be a really short review.  I loved … Continue reading

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Review: The House on Tradd Street

The House on Tradd Street by Karen White is a fun, chick lit-esque ghost story/mystery set in Charleston, South Carolina, one of my most favorite places ever!  (for numerous reasons.  Though my family is probably recalling as they read this … Continue reading

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Graduation!!!! Yayyyy!!!!

So I graduated from college on Saturday!!  Yay!  It was kind of embarrassing walking across the stage because there was this huge screen that showed each student as they walked.  But I did fine.  My friend from French was worried … Continue reading

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Review: Pray for Silence by Linda Castillo

Pray for Silence is the second novel Linda Castillo has written with character Chief of Police Kate Burkholder as the main character.  Not much happens in the small community of Painters Mill, where many inhabitants are Amish.  Kate and her … Continue reading

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Review: No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy

Thank you Blogger for being a royal pain in the butt.  I definitely typed, saved, and posted this review on Wednesday, and I even checked afterwards to see if it was posted.  And when I just looked, it wasn’t posted, … Continue reading

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