Like that orange cat Garfield, most people with traditional "9 to 5" jobs don't love Mondays. So to brighten up my Monday, and hopefully someone else's...
I love to sit alone at a restaurant or a cafe and read a book. I just love a good lit lunch. And one in a place with a bookish-theme is even better. You can find these kinds of places anywhere. Here's where I found a few and some suggestions for very bookish eateries around the globe.
When you spend 10+ hours in the car keeping up the conversation can be difficult. So, we decided (or I decided) we'd try something new: an audio book. It didn't go as I'd anticipated...
As part of my Traveling with The Travelers: Spring Break Edition, I thought I might try something new and different. Here's a day in our travels from the viewpoint of my book "The Travelers" in a graphic novel style. This may be cool or weird. I'm not sure yet. At the very least it's experimental.
I hate camping. Yet as a writer I have that itch to jump in a convertible and set off across the country Thelma and Louise style (without the cliff). Enter the tiny house.
Here is what I am thinking as the ball barrels through the air spinning so fast it looks like a little wisp of color: I can't watch. No I have to watch. Quicker. Get there faster.
It's day 1 of Traveling with the Travelers: Spring Break Edition and we've arrived in Northern New Jersey. To honor my former home, here are some famous authors you might not realize are from the Garden State.
It's Spring Break and we've got a road trip planned. That's a perfect opportunity to create a road trip book "mix tape".
The days of stuffy, dark, dust filled libraries, that feel like you've stepped into an 18th century novel about etiquette run by uptight librarians hissing "shhhhh" at the slightest noise are over. Check out some of the coolest libraries on the planet. I want to fly to these places now just so I can hang out here all day.