Hey friends! There’s a new book review up on Quotation Re:Marks. Check out my thoughts on A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult. If you’re familiar with her work, then you won’t be surprised to know that this fiction novel tackles a difficult topic but in a really interesting way.
Hello there! There’s a new fiction book review up on Quotation Re:Marks. Check out my thoughts on Devoted by Dean Koontz, plus some of the best quotes from the book.
Oh my goodness, you guys. I spent all last weekend reading a book. That’s all I wanted to do – it was THAT good.
Check out my thoughts on The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson, plus some of my favorite quotes from the book.
I’ve been busy readying more fiction (who even has time for non-fiction right now, amIright?!). Check out the new review, How Not to Die Alone, and let me know what you think of it.
Hi friends! There’s a new book review up – A mystery to escape into for a little while.
Check out my thoughts on The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell
Oh my goodness you guys. I sort of fell off the reading wagon for a while there. Because of life and stuff. But I finally grabbed Mischling by Affinity Konar from my massive “to be read” pile and holy cow!
Click the link to check out my spoiler free and unbiased review of Mischling by Affinity Konar, plus some of my favorite quotes from this WWII historical fiction.
A short story about an evening in the life of a family with young kids – costumes, parties, and sarcasm all rolled into a flash fiction!
The family had a big night planned; the kids were attending a big school party out by the old smokestacks for Halloween and Clair and her husband Ed had graciously volunteered to help.
My honest review of the nonfiction account of one family’s Alaskan homesteading adventure – Coffee-Drunk or Blind by Elle Knowles, including (of course) the best quotes from the book.
My first thought when receiving this book was that I was probably not the target audience – I’m not incredibly outdoorsy, I hate being cold, I love modern conveniences, and I’ve never been that interested in moving to Alaska. But I opened it and started reading anyways – and I’m glad I did!