Tag: books

Blog, Books, Recipes

Sheriff Moss’s “Usual” from Alys

My lovely friend Kiri Callaghan recently re-released Alys, the first book in the Steampunk Fantasy series the Terra Mirum Chronicles, under a new publisher, Doce Blant.  And I wanted to celebrate the best way I know how: by making food. First of all, a description of Alys from the publisher: Following […]

Blog, Books, Gift Ideas, Lifestyle

Gift Ideas for Book Lovers

Bookworms and writers can be intimidating to shop for: their impeccable taste usually makes them your go-to for book recommendations. I’d suggest staying away from specific books (unless you get your hands on a first edition of their favorite title), and instead focus on gifts that celebrate their love of […]

Blog, Videos

New Video: Summertime Madness Book Tag!

My lovely friend Mallory tagged me, so I thought I’d finally make a video! Want more info on the cookbooks I mention? Find them below: Sprinkles!: Recipes and Ideas for Rainbowlicious Desserts The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence CakeSpy Presents Sweet Treats for a Sugar-Filled […]

Geek Lifestyle

It’s Summer: Read a Book!

I love Summer. It’s hot, it’s sunny, the days are longer, there’s tons of fun stuff to do, and I’m just generally in a great mood. It’s now August, and I’m realizing that I’ve got about a month left to take advantage of everything I want to do in this […]

Friday Favorites

Weekly Links: January 31

These cupcakes were made for the last Seahawks game. I used my “Pirate Rum Cupcakes” recipe and added blue and green food coloring to the cake and frosting. I’m excited to make more for the Super Bowl this Sunday! Go Hawks!  I’m giving this new type of post a try, […]

Geeky Fashion

Library Looks from Kate Spade

Kate Spade, one of my favorite designers, just released a new collection to obsess over. This time, their inspiration came from the library. I’m in love. Check out some of my new faves below! Required Reading Bon Shopper A large totebag with a card catalog print is begging to be […]