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The Obligatory Hello Post

I’ll make this an introduction of sorts. I’m Trisha. I’m a 30’something mom to two teenagers, one dog, and three cats. I’m very happily married going on 19 years. I’m turning into a lifetime student, even though that isn’t my intention. I’ve been attending college off and on since 2004. I’m currently attending Kent State University, long distance, studying to get my Masters Degree in Library and Information Science. I’m specializing in museum studies, hoping that I will be able to land a job in a history museum someday. I’m also one of those really annoying Americans that can’t get enough of all things European. Well, mostly British and Scottish history with some French Revolutionary history thrown in for good measure. My ultimate dream job would be to work in a castle or historical manor home as a museum curator in the UK somewhere.

On top of being a bibliophile, anglophile, and francophile, I’m also a crazy cat lady. I have three cats, Leo, Winnie, and Bean (short for NillaBean). I want more cats but my husband is doing his best to keep me from being the neighborhood kook.

Redneck Riviera

We live on Florida’s Gulf coast aka the Redneck Riviera. Our home flooded back on April 30 during that supposed “historic” rain storm that hit us. So far, no hurricanes though. ::knock wood:: I drink lotsa coffee and tea down here. In the air conditioning, of course. Oh. And wine. Don’t forget the wine.

Books and Tea

My plan here is to review books, post pictures of books, post book, author, and publishing news, and network with other book bloggers. I’m also entertaining the idea of linking with a booktube but I haven’t been able to push myself to that yet. I am one of those people that prefer to be behind the camera and not in the picture. I actually worry that if I die suddenly, my kids won’t have enough pictures to remember me by, lol.

I hope that other book bloggers will network with me here and everywhere else that I can be found on the interwebs (see the About Me page).