A couple of years ago, when going to live performances became impossible, I came up with the idea of doing a month of Reading the Theatre -- reading all kinds of books from and about the world of the performing arts. Although the idea has not caught on more widely in the blogosphere, I find … Continue reading Reading the Theatre 2023: What I read (and listened to and watched)
Month: April 2023
Share Four Somethings: April 2023
This month, I love that I finally got my hair cut after more than a year -- the not-cutting started during COVID, and then I just could not seem to get it together to have a trim. So when I finally located my former stylist (who had moved in the meantime, I discovered!) I had … Continue reading Share Four Somethings: April 2023
Beautiful Books: Neverwhere
Hello! Sorry for disappearing this month. Everything is fine, just a bit hectic. I've been reading busily for Reading the Theatre, and will post mini-reviews at the end of the month. I also had a wonderful weekend trip to some artistic sites in France and Switzerland and I'll share those soon. I thought I'd come … Continue reading Beautiful Books: Neverwhere
Heading into the weekend of Easter, I'm going to take a break from the blog for a week or two. I will be back to share my possible adventures -- I want to visit Chartres, fingers crossed that it will work out. In the meantime, I am enjoying my month of Reading the Theatre along … Continue reading Blog break
Really exciting publication news!
Back in November, as you may or may not recall, I participated in a writing workshop during which I drafted a book project I'd had in mind for some time. This was based around poems that I had written from the point of view of the individuals healed by Christ in the Gospels. (I had … Continue reading Really exciting publication news!
Month in Review: March 2023
Literature March is a month with literary blog events all over the place. As you can see, I found a way to tie into a number of them, including March Magics (the last, alas) and Reading Ireland Month, along with the 2023 LoveHain readalong and my own ongoing challenges.Half of a Yellow Sun was a … Continue reading Month in Review: March 2023