Exactly one year ago I published my first post. And, I was really nervous. It's hard to believe that it's already been a year, and since that first scary post, I've pushed the publish button 126 more times. To celebrate, I want to look at some stats and re-visit some of the books and posts I … Continue reading Celebrating Consumed By Ink’s First Year!
I've been saving up since May to write this post. Here are my book buying adventures of the spring and summer. May I bought these books at the annual Canadian Federation of University Women Book Sale that takes place in May every year at the curling club (where there is lots of space). There are … Continue reading Adventures in Book Buying
My Mother's Bookshelves (aka My Own Personal Library) These pictures are taken from my Mom's most recent house, but these books have been moved several times since I was young, and will probably be moved again. Every time they are moved, there are more of them. I have been reading books from my Mom's bookshelves since … Continue reading My Mother’s Bookshelves
This is the first novella I have read in a very long time. The last one I can remember reading is The Pearl in junior high. I thought it was a good story, but because of the length of it, it was hard to really get into. I felt like just when I should have … Continue reading An Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett
A little while ago I posted a list of 10 Canadian book recommendations, but that wasn't the end of it. Here are some more: 1. The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood - This is probably one of Atwood's most well-known books. It is a dystopian novel, but I don't think you need to be a fan … Continue reading 10 Canadian Book Recommendations #2