This is a sponsored post by Harlequin. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Most of the time when people discuss “summer reads” they end up being fluffy junky reads. And those books are just not my thing. My definition of Summer Reads are literally just books that I choose … Continue reading
Coincidentally, I read two nonfiction books in a row about Jewish people who decide to leave the religion. Seriously, it was a coincidence! Cut Me Loose by Leah Vincent: Leah was born into a deeply religious ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. When she was caught writing letters to a friend (who happened to … Continue reading
I have a weakness. That weakness is reality television. No lie, I just love it. My husband calls it my vice, and he’s right. Give me the Real Housewives of any place on Earth (except Miami bc they look WEIRD), a show where people get kicked off by votes, famous … Continue reading
You’ve probably heard of (and hopefully read) Emma Donoghue’s amazingly moving and disturbing tale, Room. You may have even read the nonfictional version by Jaycee Dugard. But now it’s time to check out Above by Isla Morley. Above tells the fictional story of Blythe, who is abducted from her small … Continue reading
Happy 4th of July! Enjoy the bbq and fireworks. . . and maybe even set aside some time to read by the water!
I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review, which is PERFECT because I have a friend who wanted me to read it anyway, to make sure she could take it and wouldn’t wimp out! You know who you are! Finding Me: A Decade of Darkness, … Continue reading
Pet lovers unite! Whether you’re a fan of dogs or cats, check out some of my favorite YouTube videos of cats who makes dogs’ lives a little bit tougher for them. Cats who steal dogs’ beds. What could be funnier and cuter? Allison @ The Book Wheel introduced me to … Continue reading
I received this book from TLC Book Tours in exchange for a fair and honest review. I admit it. I was wrong. I’m not a fan of missing person mysteries, but Sylvester won me over. Chasing the Sun by Natalia Sylvester takes place in Lima, Peru, in what sounds like … Continue reading