About Me and My Blog

I’m a twenty-something, semi-newlywed, first-time homeowner, Jesus-lover and new puppy parent.

I love to read. I love movies, especially anything that has to do with Batman or Jane Austen (which is, I realize, rather a strange combination). Topics in this blog will encompass, I hope, everything from the everyday in my life to my thoughts on films and books to my interpretations of the world around me.
Then and Now

The photo on the left was taken at my 6th birthday party. The other was taken at my wedding. It’s good to know that all these years later, not much has changed; I still love to ham it up for the camera.


One Response

  1. Hi – I like (good) mystery / crime novels as much as I like any other kind of novel, and I’m wondering why a mystery doesn’t qualify as a novel. The dictionary definition of a novel: “A fictional prose narrative of considerable length, typically having a plot that is unfolded by the actions, speech, and thoughts of the characters.” There’s nothing in that definition that disqualifies mystery / crime stories as novels. Is there? Cheers, Declan

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