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April 2017

One Last Poem for #NationalPoetryMonth – Lucid California Dreaming With My Favorite Young Poet

It's the end of April, which means it's also the last day of National Poetry Month. To say goodbye to this month and what also feels like goodbye to spring, I've chosen one last poem from one of my favorite young poets Emma Flood, an ethereal wanderlust of words for those who seek to dream.

Independent Bookstore Day! Great Indie Bookstores & How to Celebrate

Today is Independent Bookstore Day! So today I'm updating my blog with my favorite indie bookstore in the world - Shakespeare & Company in Paris. Also, see other great indie bookstores in the US and how to celebrate with indie bookstores in your area!

Save the Books! Seriously, they’re in danger #BooksOverLooks

"Books, you in danger, girl." Whoopi's warning to Molly in Ghost may have been funny in the movie. But the death of books is near and it's really not so funny.

National Tell a Story Day: My Story – A Case of Dognip

April 27th is National Tell a Story Day. To celebrate, this is a story about what it's like to be dognip...

200 Blog Posts in Almost 200 Days – What Have I Learned from Blogging

When The Travelers (Saguaro Books) first released back in October 2016, I decided to start blogging every single day. Well, yesterday, on my birthday, I reached 200 blog posts and asked myself what I had learned from this experience so far.

Scent of a Birthday: Celebrities + My Top 10 Favorite Things for Top 10 Tuesday (Hint: Yep, Books are Involved)

Yesterday, I realized I'm thisclose to sharing a birthday with Shakespeare. I missed it by 2 days, but it made me wonder who I do share this day with. Turns out, it's some pretty cool people who are also indirectly related to my 10 favorite things! It all comes together...

For the Bard’s Birthday: The Best Shakespeare Conspiracy Theories

Yesterday, April 23, was Shakespeare's birthday. Well, maybe, no one is really sure. It's also supposed to be his death day. Given we know so little about The Bard, I thought it might be fun to create a quick list of some of the most outlandish theories proposed about Shakespeare the man.

Earth Day Thoughts: Science Needs a March? When Did This Happen?

Yesterday I went to the March for Science in DC, which happened to be, appropriately, on Earth Day. It was a day filled with great people, great posters and a sense of purpose. Even the rain couldn't dampen the that warming feeling - together, we can change this world for the better. Still, I struggle with the fact that I just went to a march for science. Science! Really? This is what we've come to?

Science March Saturday: Favorite Books from Favorite Scientists

Today is the March for Science! (It's also very appropriately Earth Day of which I'm a big fan.) In honor of all things science-y, I've compiled a list of the favorite books of some of my favorite scientists! These are books these scientists have said are some of their favorites! (Yay scientists and science and books!)

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