The Hating Game: A Review

The Hating Game Sally Thorne Rating: 5 stars I feel I must begin this review with one fact: I read this entire book in 24 hours. I can’t truthfully tell you the last time I did that. The whole full time mom and wife/full time grad student thing has rather put a damper on any... Continue Reading →

The Light We Lost: A Review

The Light We Lost Jill Santopolo Rating: 2.5 stars I had rather high hopes for this book. I’d seen it recommended by multiple people and book clubs, so I decided to give it a try. I even really liked it after the first couple chapters. And then…well I just didn’t. I finished it. It wasn’t... Continue Reading →

One Day in December: A Review

One Day in December  Josie Silver Rating: 4 stars It is absolutely stereotypical to read a holiday romance novel in Christmas. And I am so so glad I indulged in the stereotype. I decided to read this book because it was Reese Witherspoon’s book club’s December pick. This is the second time I’ve decided to... Continue Reading →

WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday  So here we are at Wednesday again. And it seems like a good time to explain a few things. First, I am a full time graduate student. Second, I am also the full time caregiver of my two daughters. So what does this mean? Well, it means often I don’t finish a book... Continue Reading →

WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday! So this is my first in what will hopefully be a weekly post. WWW Wednesday. The questions are: what are you currently reading? What did you just finish reading? What do you plan to read next? What I’m currently reading? I’m currently branching out from fiction novels into some more heady nonfiction. Right... Continue Reading →

The Other Woman: A Review

The Other Woman Sandie Jones Rating: 3.75 stars Psychological thrillers are having a bit of a moment. We have Tana French, Gone Girl, Big Little Lies, Ruth Ware and so on and so forth. Another one to add to that growing list is The Other Woman by Sandie Jones. This is her debut novel. I picked up this... Continue Reading →

The Journey Begins

But for my own part, if a book is well written, I always find it too short. --Jane Austen This is a blog about books. Hopefully many of them will be excellent. Some of them undoubtedly will not. I have loved reading and found solace in it from the moment words on paper became more... Continue Reading →

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