About Me

Hi! I’m a freelance writer, currently sporadic blogger, slightly obsessed yoga newbie, somewhat semi-retired ultimate player (translation: old), couch potato, coffee drinker and slave-momma to three rambunctious puppies.

I’m kind of slacking off on the ‘blogger’ part these days, but when the urge hits me I blog mostly about books, yoga, ultimate, travel, freelancing, movies, music, and awesome graphic tees. I love helping authors get word out about their work so I post a lot of book spotlight posts, usually about science fiction and fantasy stuff that interests me. I also love playing around with blog design so this blog goes through a lot of design overhauls every so often.

I worked in human resources consulting for about eight years before I jumped ship and became a freelance writer. Right now, I freelance for Canva, but I’ve written for Quietly, Brit+Co, TheCoolist, the Threadless Blog and Deliberate Magazine. I have also worked as an assistant for two author marketing and PR companies where I helped out in book blog tours and promotions.

About this blog

I created this blog in 2003. I started in Blogger and moved to WordPress about a decade later. Back then it was just something that helped me de-stress from work. That means the early years of this blog were full of weird posts that only I understand. Hah.

When I became a freelancer I started posting more book reviews on the blog and I’ve been calling myself a bookish blogger since then. Hah.

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