About Me

I love books. I love reading books, writing books, thinking about books, looking at books, smelling books, and generally just being around books. Most books are better than most people.

I work in development by day, and after 5:00 p.m. I transform into a super awesome fascinator-wearing writer wannabe. One day I hope to change the world, if not with fiction then with this enormous heart that tells me everyone matters. Every one.

I have a husband and a dog. One makes me laugh every day and survives on a steady supply of hugs and attention. The other is a Boston Terrier with goofy eyeballs.


I love a good challenge. Challenges like “Hey, let’s sign up for a triathlon. That sounds kind of interesting.” Or “Sure, I could probably write a novel in 30 days.” Or “I bet I could read a crap ton of books next year if I created a blog and forced myself to write about them.”

You get the idea. A girl’s got to have goals. This blog is one of mine. It’s mainly a place for me to talk about what books I’m reading, my struggles as a writer, and the events that inspire and upset me. I hope to meet a bunch of interesting authors, readers and bloggers that get up every day and go to sleep every night thinking and dreaming about what I love most of all – books. If you’re one of those folks, you’ve come to the right place.

So grab a cup of coffee, sit down and stay awhile. My name is Logan. What’s yours?


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Ruby slippers
I also love The Wizard of Oz and all things sparkly.

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