Author Archives: Hannah K

All You Knead is Love

By Hannah K. Romance and food make the perfect pairing. Especially romance novels about food. There’s nothing like a well-cooked meal and a well-written happy ending to warm your heart. via GIPHY

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Nostalgic Summer Horror

by Hannah K.  Something about a hot summer day makes me want to curl up with a creepy read for a good old-fashioned scare. The kind of stories that take you back to the summer days of childhood- riding bikes and telling ghost stories with your friends. While I never joined a group of misfit […]

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Quick Listens

By Hannah K.  I love having someone tell me a story. Yes, I love reading books too, but that doesn’t temper my love for audiobooks. The right narrator can craft new life from a text. Not necessarily better than reading something yourself, but listening to a book can create a completely different experience. It’s a […]

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Simple Stitches

by Hannah K. If you’re like me, you may need something to keep yourself busy while we’re all staying home. I’ve rearranged my living room three times, baked and ate a few dozen cookies, and sorted my bookshelves by my personal feelings about the author. If I don’t find something to keep my idle hands […]

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Confessions of a Houseplant Murderer

By Hannah K.  I’m a plant murderer. I’m so ashamed! It’s terrible, I know. I don’t want to kill my houseplants, but it keeps happening. I long for a home filled with greenery and life. I want a lush indoor jungle. I want to care for living things and watch them grow and thrive. Honestly, […]

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True Stories from the Roaring Twenties

By Hannah K. Welcome to 2020! I’m a little late in wishing you a Happy New Year, but it’s still January, so I’m going to ask you to let this one slide. 2020 New Year’s celebrations were awash in Jazz Age finery. People wanted to celebrate like a Great Gatsby party, with flapper fashion, craft […]

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