As the holidays approach, I find myself thinking more and more about family. It’s probably the most-written-about subject in all of literature, so compiling a list about families might be an insane venture, but I’ve got a few favorites to recommend. I probably won’t be reading much myself this month, since any free time will be sucked up by NaNoWriMo (I’m writing this post in October and pre-scheduling it; many of my November posts will be pre-written so I can reserve time for my novel), but for those of you who will have time to read, here are a few of my favorites: Continue reading “November Reading List”
This one is for my fellows theater nerds (or, theatre nerds, depending on who you’re talking to). Shakespeare lovers with a sense of humor, who appreciate the timelessness and many possible applications of the Bard’s words (and don’t mind if you trim them up a little).