Lies and Other Acts of Love by Kristy Woodson Harvey

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Lies and Other Acts of Love

Now that I’m a few weeks into my new clinical chaplain gig, I’m reminded that the two most significant events for human beings are births and deaths; what I find…

Reading Roundup

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Reading Roundup

Is anyone else shocked that we’re already at the end of March? Since nearly three months have passed, I thought I’d do a little reading roundup to reflect on my…

All Roads Lead to RussVegas!

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As I mentioned in my recent race recap, I’m currently training for the 2016 RussVegas Half; after my December marathon (Jacob Wells 3 Bridges Marathon recap), I told my coach…

All the Single Ladies by Rebecca Traister

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all the single ladies

After running into a reading slump earlier this month, I was delighted when Rebecca Traister’s recent, much buzzed-about, nonfiction work was released; it definitely pulled me out of the doldrums….

2016 Little Rock Marathon Weekend

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2016 Little Rock Half Marathon Weekend

Better late than never, right? Well, that’s what I’m hoping for! It’s been over two weeks now, but the 2016 Little Rock Marathon Weekend took place on Saturday and Sunday,…

Try Not to Breathe by Holly Seddon

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Try Not to Breathe

Thanks to the suggestions of other, more experienced, book bloggers, I began keeping track of my reading habits throughout the year; I’ve discovered that I seem to gravitate toward mysteries,…

It’s Not You, It’s Me (2)

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It's Not You It's Me

Every reader is bound to hit a slump; not every book can live up to my high expectations so this happens, from time to time. In the immortal words of George…

The Blue Hour by Douglas Kennedy

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The Blue Hour

As a young girl, my inclination toward reading developed as a way for me to get out of whatever space I physically and mentally inhabited; I’ve never been a huge…

My #WomanUp 2016 Reading List

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#WomanUp 2016 Reading List

For those of you who read this blog regularly, you already know that I’m a huge fan of Oiselle and also a member and regional leader of their Oiselle VolĂ©e…

Why They Run the Way They Do by Susan Perabo

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Why They Run the Way They Do

Only recently have I become a fan of short stories; I don’t think I started reading them until after college, when a collection was recommended to me by a friend…