Tag Archives: reading

Check out the new banner

A friend of mine, the photographer of byHGphoto, has designed a new banner for Petite Chenille.

In the meantime, I’m continuing my trek with Jack McEvoy. I’ll have an update for you all soon. In the meantime, it’s Earth Day, and where I am it’s lovely as can be. So bring your paperbacks outside and find a good place in the sun to read! Continue reading

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And the suspense builds on …

I’m nearing the halfway point of The Poet (and this I am terribly ashamed to admit, seeing as I should have finished it this weekend). So here’s a little update. Continue reading

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If you dog-ear the pages, I will dog-ear your ears …

It goes without saying that you should never use the pages of a book itself to mark a page. Everyone has done it at some hurried moment, but I try, if at all possible, to preserve my books’ pages and find at least something to mark the page. Continue reading

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Grammar has reasons that reason knows pretty well. I swear.

Grammar is one reasonable thing. Today is National Grammar Day, apparently. I say apparently because I’ve just discovered this (far too late in the day), and I feel that I should at least mark it. I could tell you the … Continue reading

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