Review: The Serpent King (also a talk on small towns, religion, and ambition)

Last night I read a book called The Serpent King, by Jeff Zentner. And it gave me a lot of feelings. I think I loved it, but I’m not totally sure. So I’m going to write it out and figure out what I really think.

(I read it while listening to the Southern Gothic playlist on Spotify. Do it. You won’t be disappointed.)
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Top Ten Books on My Spring TBR

An actual Top Ten Tuesday, because The Broke and the Bookish is back, baby! And this one is pretty much perfect, actually, because I think I might get just as much enjoyment out of planning what I’ll be reading as actually reading.

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Fave Book Couples

Top Ten Tuesday! Hawww yiss!

Actually, the folks who run Top Ten Tuesday are on hiatus, so there is no Top Ten Tuesday for today. BUT – I live by no man’s rules, so I fearlessly chose a prompt from – wait for it – 2010. Brace yourself, because it’s

FAVORITE COUPLES

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What’s up in March?

In Wisconsin we’ve been alternating between crazy-warm weather (in the 40s!) and blizzards. But as soon as March hits, it’s officially spring in my book. This may be partly because after 4 months of snow and wind, I’m craving sunlight like Toucan Sam craves Froot Loops.

actual photo of me

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