The power of self-help books

I love a good story, and so I tend to stick to the fiction section of the book store or library. I love to get drawn into a book with complicated characters, plot twists, and a captivating dialogue. A good story is a good story, and I love to lose myself in a good book … Continue reading The power of self-help books

Confessions of a Domestic Failure

I’ve been reading some heavy stuff lately, from deeply traumatizing thrillers by Karin Slaughter to the super emotional Wonder. I needed a reset; something light and fun. Mainly I was looking for funny. I found that in Confessions of a Domestic Failure by Bunmi Laditan. I follow Laditan on social media and she is hilarious. … Continue reading Confessions of a Domestic Failure

Wonder: Book Review

  I’ve more than dipped my toe into Young Adult fiction lately and I’m realizing that my initial hesitation was that it would be too “young”. I am learning that I’m wrong. There is much to be discovered from a good YA book. I mean, I grew up reading it. Some of my fondest memories … Continue reading Wonder: Book Review

Kisscut: Review

When you finish a Karin Slaughter book it sort of sits with you. Those gory details don’t really go away, or leave your mind. So, the only way I knew how to forget the details of Blindsighted was to dive right into Kisscut. I had started this book first before realizing that it was the … Continue reading Kisscut: Review

Blindsighted: Review

Karin Slaughter has made it on my must-reads list after Pretty Girls sunk its claws into me. I like that her novels are not predictable and hook you within the first few pages of the book. After looking over her titles, I picked up a few, including Kisscut, a book about a teenage quarrel that … Continue reading Blindsighted: Review