Last week, I hit a pretty big milestone, and I’m proud of myself for it. Hitting that milestone means I’m making some serious changes to my reading life. I’m going to spend most of my time with the books for my dissertation, which means all of my pleasure reading is going to happen in the car on the way to and from work (and with my ears). Here’s what I’m reading (read: listening to) this week. … More Because I Want To | Sunday Bookstack
Here’s what’s going on in my world right now. What’s happening in your worlds, and what are you reading this week?
In the last two weeks I’ve purchased more books than I have all year. October has been crazy for book releases.
Hello readers! For the moment, I think I’m not going to promise that I’ll post more than weekly, for reasons I get into in my video. I’m working hard. Do help me out, though. I need a new audiobook and I’m stuck between two. If you don’t want to watch the video, there’s a photo … More Which Audiobook Should I Listen to Next?
Happy Monday readers, I’m back to a story this week – I had an interaction with one of my former students that made me very happy. And then I have a book haul. What are you reading this week? Leave it in the comments and I’ll see you there soon. Until then, I’m wishing you … More A Story and a Book Haul | Sunday Bookstack
I managed to fail to upload last week’s video, so you’re getting it this week instead. I wish you all a good week and happy reading!
Replacing my Sunday Bookstack this week is the Nerdfighteria Online Book Club discussion on We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler. I very much enjoy reading with this club.
I meant to post this yesterday, as this is a Sunday Bookstack, but I neglected to make the YouTube version of the video public (it was up on Instagram, though). What’s great is my entire stack for this week is wrong now. I was looking at my calendar this morning, and I realized that I … More My Friend Told Me to Read Magnus Chase and Now I Can’t Put it Down
This week I talked about building relationships with students, and I wanted to elaborate on that a little here. The single most influential thing that I have done in my teaching career is build relationships. It helps students to know that you are a human and that you actually care about them and whatever is … More Building Relationships | Sunday Bookstack