Category Archives: Literary Travel

Finding amazing places important in the world of literature.

11 Cool Things to Do in Danville CA Right Now

the tao house is one of the best things to do in danville ca

Note: Visit Tri-Valley graciously hosted me for a long weekend in exchange for blog coverage. As always, all opinions are my own, and it is my main priority to truthfully write about my experiences.  Like many others, my Bay Area travel experiences were once limited to San Francisco. Now don’t get me wrong. I adore […]

9 Best Things to Do in Sleepy Hollow New York

best things to do in sleepy hollow new york

Are you ready for the best things to do in Sleepy Hollow New York? You should feel excited and ready to go on this Hudson Valley adventure, because we’re at the height of Spooky Season – which is my favorite time of the year! I mean, what’s not to love? Pumpkins all over the place, changing […]

5 Reasons to Go Traveling with a Kindle (+ Bonus Perks!)

traveling with a kindle is awesome

Time for a “shocking” (not) confession: I love to read. Yup, without a doubt, I love, love, love my books. And my passion for the written word isn’t a recent development either. Folks, I’ve adored my collection of books ever since I was an adorable five year old. I’d read anything I could get my […]

Best Books to Build Confidence & Discover Self-Love

need the best books to build self esteem? the best books to build confidence? look nowhere else

Another one of my goals, in addition to settling personal boundaries and embracing self-love, is to read more books. I know. As an English teacher, I should read books all the time, right? Wrooooooooooooong. Guys, I’m a total victim of technology. You wouldn’t believe the hours I waste playing around on my phone especially watching […]

Brooklyn Book Festival: Tips for NYC’s Best Book Event

the brooklyn book festival

Welcome to New York City’s (Free!) Brooklyn Book Festival. The Brooklyn Book Festival is one of the best literary festivals in the world. This bookish event takes place every September in Brooklyn. While the festival lasts an entire week, with a variety of speakers to suit every literary taste under the sun, the best day […]