Changing the Way I Build My Library

This week my plan was (and still is) to focus on books of my college years and my twenties. I spent most of my twenties single and discovering life so these momentous phases link well together. Because of an unexpected family crisis, I was unable to write at the beginning of this week and this … Continue reading Changing the Way I Build My Library

Remembering Who Came First

I'm honored to be over at SheLoves today. This month's theme is "territories" and I originally didn't expect to have anything to say on this topic. But a trip to the wild landscape of northern Colorado reminded me that this space I call home, where I feel grounded, isn't really mine to claim. Here's an … Continue reading Remembering Who Came First

The Red Couch Book Club

Tis the season for posts reminiscing about 2017, rating best books of the year, and looking toward the new year. In the land of the Red Couch, this year has been one filled with changes. In March, I was honored to step into the role of editor for this incredible community. You all have stretched … Continue reading The Red Couch Book Club

Welcoming the Stranger Introduction

I have the honor of introducing our May book club read over at SheLoves Magazine today. We'll be discussing Welcoming the Stranger by Matthew Soerens and Jenny Hwang Yang. We'll do most of our interactions over in our Facebook group and I'd love for you to join this discussion! (Here's the link: Red Couch Facebook.) This book … Continue reading Welcoming the Stranger Introduction

Finding Inspiration

We meet once a month, this group of strong, opinionated women, to talk about books written by or featuring strong women. Over food and crusty bread and wine, we share our lives and dive into big topics. This group is my most diverse book club, from a life-experience perspective and our conversations about the books and … Continue reading Finding Inspiration