I had to read To All The Boys I Loved Before twice, in order to give it a fair review. The first time I read it, I had just finished watching the movie, which I mentioned in a previous post that I loved it. I never read a book after watching the movie and I… Continue reading Book Review: To All The Boys I Loved Before
I am going to try out a new kind of post discussing my #WCW (Woman Crush Wednesday - a woman crush is one of my heroes or a person I admire). When I was 11 years old, I was a girl without a hero. For a portion of an autobiographical essay I had to write,… Continue reading My #WCW – Maya Angelou
Image Credit: Amazon.com I really wanted to love this book. The premise seems interesting enough. Flora is forced to go on a camping trip with her family, instead of going on her dream trip to Europe with her best friends. She doesn't have high hopes for the trip until she meets Mick and his… Continue reading Review of Any Red-Blooded Girl by Maggie Bloom
Image Credit: Amazon.com I've always been an avid reader, but I have been struggling to finish books lately. Some books have been a little too scary / intense / overly sexy for me to relax with at the end of the day. Some books have heroines I don't have patience for. I turned to one… Continue reading Book Review: The Replacement Crush by Lisa Brown Roberts
(I'm giving as few details as possible, so I will not spoil the book for others.) I've read many supernatural books over the last several years. In most of them, the heroine falls for the hot guy/vampire/wolf/whatever within weeks of meeting him. Roxanne Fosch is not that heroine. Yes, Roxanne does have a hot hybrid… Continue reading Review of Heir of Ashes by Jina S. Bazzar
I just started reading this book on Saturday and thought that others would enjoy it as well. I am giving away 2 copies of the Kindle version of Hygge: The Danish Art of Happiness: The Complete Book of Hygge (Hygge Life, Hygge Books, Hygge Habits, Hygge Christmas, Hygge Lifestyle, Art of Happiness, Danish Secrets, Nordic,… Continue reading My First Giveaway!
The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison. I've read this book several times over the years and I always take away something new each time that I read. Toni Morrison's writing can be dense, but I think this is the easiest of her novels to understand. Part of the reason why this book is controversial is… Continue reading 3 Recommended Banned / Challenged Books