About The 1000th Voice

“It takes a thousand voices to tell a single story.”
Native American Proverb

Hey, all! Thanks for joining me at The 1000th Voice.

Why the name The 1000th Voice? Well, I’m the thousandth voice telling the story of my life through commentary on books, writing, culture and life.

I’m Brittany. I’m a wife, mother, writer, reader, marketer and social media strategist. I like nonfiction, literary fiction, historical fiction and essays; tv and movies; photography; writing; utopias; tree houses for adults and succulents. 

I’m a writer constantly looking for new projects, including freelancing and guest blogging. Email me at the1000thvoice@gmail.com. I like to say I dabble in fiction and essays, but I’m not sure either is true.

If you’re new here, check out these great posts to get started:

Oh, No, Jennifer

Living Intentionally

Election Day BONUS Post

In Defense of Libraries

Gender Stereotyping on the Bookshelves

On Being  Perfect, Part 1 & Part 2

On Rose Wilder Lane and her Animosity (and, heck, why don’t you also stop by my Laura Ingalls Wilder page!)


And, don’t forget to read my favorite book reviews: 

The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling

The Year of the Gadfly by Jennifer Miller

Peace Like a River by Leif Enger

To read more of my thoughts, follow me on Twitter. For more book reviews, books I’ve read and books I want to read, find me on Goodreads. If you’re perfectly cool with spoilers, want to read along with me (sort of) or want to read my real-time thoughts on a book you’ve read, check out my Tumblr, Totally Contains Spoilers. Don’t forget to check out my Pinterest to see all the craft and home decor projects I’ll probably never do and some cool book and social media pins. And of course, If you like what I have to say, like or follow my blog through e-mail.

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