Wow, how'd we get to November already? That's sort of crazy. I could have sworn it was just January like, a day ago. Everyone says that, though. But this year is flying by. Thank goodness!I haven't done a Wrap Up in a long while because I've been reading so few books it's be tragic. But … Continue reading October 2019 Wrap Up
Rating: 4 Stars SynopsisCilka is sixteen years old when she and her sister Magda are imprisoned in Auschwitz. After spending three years there before she's released, she's immediately imprisoned again at Gulag camp for "sleeping with the enemy" and aiding the Nazis soldiers. Despite the fact that Cilka was a child being raped by the … Continue reading Cilka’s Journey (Heather Morris)
Love Her Wild (Atticus)This is just a collection of very short (like one sentence-short) poems or quotes that you see on Pinterest a lot. It was a quick read and cute but I honestly didn't think there was much substance to it, and I could have just searched Atticus on Pinterest and found most of … Continue reading Two Poetry Books I Read
Alright, you all know the drill. If you want to be very spoiled before reading this book then keep going. But if you don't like spoilers you'd better click off now, because we're about to break down the entire novel! I'm never sure why people enjoy spoilers - I personally like to avoid them, but … Continue reading A Nearly Normal Family #SpoilerAlert
Rating: 3 Stars SynopsisTold in rotating points of views between the ex-wife (Rachel), the current wife (Anna), and occasionally the woman a few doors down (Megan), this story follows the sinister path that leads from Megan's murder, through all the reasonable suspects (her husband, her therapist/lover, a stranger?) all while Rachel obsessively tries to help … Continue reading Girl on the Train (Paula Hawkins)
This is what I call a slow descent into madness. I set a deadline for myself and I've been so busy at work that I barely have time to sleep let alone write. But I'm nothing if not stubborn and insane. So I'm sticking to my deadline (which is four days away) and my word … Continue reading Can I write 40,000 Words in 4 Days?
Rating: 3 Stars SynopsisThe Sandell family find themselves in the middle of a murder investigation where Stella Sandell (Ulrika and Adam Sandell's daughter) is the number one suspect. Told in three parts, each from a different family member, we eventually get the whole story. Ulrika and Adam find themselves doing everything it takes to make … Continue reading A Nearly Normal Family (M.T Edvardsson)
Hey y'all! I just wanted to pop in quick to let everyone know that I have a few reviews coming up as well as a #SpoilerAlert of one of the novels! So stay tuned for that - I'm very excited about it.But more to the point of this, I figured I'd come on here and … Continue reading Why I Haven’t Been Blogging Much