Welcome to the Riverbed.
Hi, I’m Em, and I blog about things I like.
It’s another Riordan review. Are you even surprised? My book review posts have been a little sparse because I’ve been reading these colossal monsters. I started and finished these all within the month of July, which is a little crazy by my standards, because it came out to be 1,362 pages total– About 44 pages a day. Add that on top of working full time, … Continue reading Review: Rick Riordan, The Kane Chronicles
I think music in itself is healing. It’s an explosive expression of humanity. It’s something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we’re from, everyone loves music. Billy Joel Below is a list of songs that have defined my time in self-isolation. If it wasn’t for music, I’d go crazy! Click here for the full Youtube playlist 1. “Walk on Water” Thirty Seconds to Mars … Continue reading 12 Songs That Have Been Getting Me Through the COVID-19 Pandemic
If you can’t put down a book, then you know it’s got to be a good one. It’s been awhile since I finished a book over 200 pages in just one day. I don’t think I’ve ever read one in under 5 hours. Tonya Bolden’s novel kept me hooked until the very end. Saving Savannah is the story of Savannah Riddle, a young socialite girl … Continue reading Review: Tonya Bolden, Saving Savannah
I’ve lived on the water since I was five, and my family has owned kayaks for almost a decade. It’s very easy for me to get out on the water. The only things stopping me are bad weather and my full-time job. However, I took two separate trips with friends these past two Sundays, and I was reminded of why I loved kayaking so much. … Continue reading Thoughts From the Riverbed
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