Hello, readers! This weekend, 24in48 will be hosting another read-a-thon! If you are unfamiliar with the event, it is a 48-hour period where people around the world are encouraged to read for 24 hours, in whatever increments they choose (reading for 3 hours four times, one 8-hour stint with four 4-hours, etc.). It runs July … More UPCOMING: 24 in 48 Read-a-thon
I know this isn’t a book post, but it’s important. People keep responding to the Black Lives Matter movement by insisting that all lives matter. Unfortunately, it doesn’t matter if all lives matter, because that simply isn’t the issue. The sad truth about the world we are living in right now is that we have … More Black Lives Matter, and It’s Time to Speak Up.
Good morning, bibliophiles! Today marks the one year mark of Voices in Words! I am so grateful for everyone who follows the site, either via WordPress or email, and people who stop by when they feel like it. I appreciate all the support from my friends and family, and those I don’t know who interact … More Happy Birthday, ViW!
Today is international yoga day, celebrating one of my favorite things to do. Unfortunately, I’m pretty limited in that area due to a hand injury— so I’m reading instead 🙂 I’m reading You Are Here: Discovering the Magic of the Present Moment by Thich Nhat Hanh. Hanh is a Zen monk who communicates how essential … More Reading on Yoga Day
Hello, friends. A couple weeks ago, a sponsored Instagram post popped up on my feed, advertising a new app called Litsy (it’s free). Litsy’s tagline is “where books make friends.” How cute is that. It’s basically Instagram and Goodreads combined in one app! You can post your favorite quotes, reviews or pictures of books, or any … More Litsy: I Love This App!
Hello, fellow readers! I hope everyone has had a lovely year thus far. A few weeks from now will mark the one year anniversary of Voice in Words, and I’m so excited. I hope you are too 🙂 The summer has always been a time that I read more, due to the lack of schoolwork. It’s … More Here Comes the Sun
“So it goes.” -Kurt Vonnegut, 87 times in this book.