What I read in January // mini-reviews

H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald Keywords: memoir, grief, a hawk, loss of a father, reflections, falconry history, author T. H. White First line: Fifty-five minutes north-east of Cambridge is a landscape I've come to love very much indeed. Last line: And in I go, where the dogs lie flat on the kitchen floor,… Continue reading What I read in January // mini-reviews

Emma by Jane Austen (& buddy read with Olivia)

This post actually started with my trip a few months ago to Barnes&Noble for end of the year teacher presents. Now that I think about it, it's quite strange that I decided to do that. Back in elementary school when giving teachers gifts was normal, I was never into it. Now in high school when… Continue reading Emma by Jane Austen (& buddy read with Olivia)