Well, I finally got to check Mat Johnson's Loving Day off of my "To Be Read" list! Loving Day is funny, serious, light-hearted, deep, uplifting and slightly offensive all at the same time... Basically, I loved it! It's a satirical story about Warren Duffy, a biracial man who recently divorced overseas, and has come back... Continue Reading →
A completely honest review about a book full of lies, deceit and an eye opening view of the trust we put into the company we keep.
Now that my girls are older, I rarely get the opportunity to read children's books. Okay, that's a lie... Image found on Flickr, Linda JordonOn occasion (aka not so occasionally), you can find me sitting in my library/sewing/writing/soon-to-be-bed room reading Dr. Seuss -- out loud. (Not sure what it says about me that there's a room in... Continue Reading →
Are you your own worst enemy? In the book Dark Matter by Blake Crouch, being your own worst enemy isn't just figurative. This was the first book of Blake Crouch's I've read, and it was amazing! Jason Dessen is abducted and wakes up in a world very similar to our own, but with major differences.... Continue Reading →
Does anyone make it through their teenage years without doing at least one thing they regret? Not the kind of regret from forgetting to turn in a homework assignment, I'm talking about the kind of thing you want to keep hidden from the rest of the world. If you're lucky, the mistakes you made didn't have... Continue Reading →