Literary Friday, ya’ll….

literary friday

Today is Friday- YAY! The past few days have just been kinda a blur- I’ve been making lists, checking things off my list, up to eyeballs in social media, and trying to up my Pinterest game. What have you been doing?

 

1. Deep South Magazine and their #literaryfriday: Jennifer Lawrence as Zelda Fitzgerald, recipe for Puffy Ginger Hoecakes and much more! Plus a special post about Rebecca Wells!

 

2. Ready to read some holiday reads? Thanks to Donna at OnDBookshelf, I saw a post about Ho-Ho-Ho Readathon happening from 11/9-11/15. For more info and to link-up, check out Caffeinated Book Reviewer‘s post. Continue reading

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Literary Friday ya’ll…..

literary friday

It’s Friday. Tomorrow, I’m going to the fair with my sweet niece (and the rest of the family!) I can practically taste the corn, chicken on a stick, taffy and cotton candy! I also got my hair cut today (2 inches!) I feel lighter. Like I could fly 😉

 

1. Deep South Magazine and it’s #literaryfriday: Bob Dylan, front porches, and many other things. Plus- Erin Bass interviewed Rebecca Wells who wrote my absolute hands down (well 1 of them!) fave book- The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood! Continue reading

Throwback Thursday: Divine Secrets of Ya-Ya Sisterhood by Rebecca Wells

divine secrets of yaya sisterhood by rebecca wells

Photo Credit: Goodreads

So, you know at Traveling With T, books are a big focus. Like HUGE focus. I love books. I devour books. Books, books, books.

I was in college when I read THE DIVINE SECRETS OF THE YA-YA SISTERHOOD for the first time. Specifically, it was in the few weeks prior to the movie being released. Since the movie had Sandra Bullock in it, I was def going to watch it (naturally!) But upon seeing the book in my local Wal-Mart, on a whim, I picked it up. And while then I did not know what I was reading was Southern Lit, it started a lifetime of me looking for good books- with characters that were heartfelt and moving, incredibly layered and beyond interesting. Continue reading