Maybe? If you want to? I use Goodreads to keep track of what I've read. This is NOT a recommendation. It's important to know that Amazon owns Goodreads, so every book you mark as read or to-read is tracked by the world's third largest retailer. Jeff Bezos is not helping you track your books out … Continue reading LW: Should I Keep Track of What I Read?
Impotent rage is the best kind.
Rated R for violence.
I weigh in with a thoughtful consideration of whether audiobooks count as "real reading."
Self-care for introverts.
2020 was pretty slow for me. How 'bout you?
What I want to read, what I think you should read, and what I think you shouldn't read. Guaranteed to start fights.
Wichita has a lot to offer readers and writers.
While I was cogitating how to move on with writing, I didn't keep up to date with planned posts on Digressions, and now I'm left wondering what I should write about first. My favorites of 2018 list? There weren't very many, and nobody cares about a 2018 list three months into 2019, not even me. … Continue reading Lit Witch: My Sister, the Serial Killer
A year after launching my website for professional purposes, I've decided to incorporate my writing here as well and move all my digital content into one platform. I don't plan to update Digressions on a regular schedule anymore. Instead, I'll "digress" here. A lot of it will be about the books I'm reading and literary … Continue reading Welcome to the Lit Witch Blog!