Top Ten Tuesday: Hidden Gems of Classic Literature

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) asks us to share hidden gems--in other words, books that we believe aren't discussed or read often enough. As per usual, I'm going to focus on classics that I believe deserve to be read more, discussed more, and highlighted more, both … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Hidden Gems of Classic Literature

A Classic Couple: The Song of the Lark and Paper Towns

It seems fitting that books by two of my favorite authors—Willa Cather and John Green—would connect across different centuries. As mentioned in a past Top Ten Tuesday post about pairs of classic and contemporary novels, I’ve found many interesting parallels between Cather’s The Song of the Lark (1915) and Green’s Paper Towns (2008). Thea and … Continue reading A Classic Couple: The Song of the Lark and Paper Towns

MAY 2017 | Wrap-Up

What a whirlwind May has been! From final exams and moving back home at the end of the semester to starting work again, it feels as though things have been in a constant state of change. Now that May is over and done I feel like everything is finally settling down into a regular routine … Continue reading MAY 2017 | Wrap-Up

THE SONG OF THE LARK by Willa Cather | Review

I'm back with a review of yet another novel by Willa Cather, this being the fourth book I've read by her. Set primarily in a small Colorado town, The Song of the Lark is the story of a girl's journey to stardom as she endeavors to leave her local life behind in pursuit of music. Protagonist Thea … Continue reading THE SONG OF THE LARK by Willa Cather | Review