Mr. Dickens And His Carol by Samantha Silva | Book Review

Mr. Dickens And His Carol by Samantha Silva is just the ticket when you’ve finished listening to Tim Curry narrate A Christmas Carol, have already watched The Muppet Christmas Carol 10 times in December and just need something different. This book does not retell A Christmas Carol. Instead, it imagines the writing of the famous book and […]

The Confusion Of Languages by Siobhan Fallon | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Confusion Of Languages by Siobhan Fallon? The Confusion Of Languages by Siobhan Fallon appealed to me because it is essentially about two army wives. That is something I can kind of relate to, as my husband is a captain in the National Guard. Granted, I really face absolutely nothing […]

Seven Days Of Us by Francesca Hornak | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Seven Days Of Us by Francesca Hornak? Honestly, I got a move on listening to Seven Days Of Us by Francesca Hornak because my library hold on Overdrive came in unexpectedly fast. The less shallow reason, though, is that I wanted to listen to something a bit out of the ordinary […]

The Garden Of Small Beginnings by Abbi Waxman | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Garden Of Small Beginnings by Abbi Waxman? The Garden Of Small Beginnings by Abbi Waxman has SUCH A PERFECT COVER. I mean, it is bright and colorful and my eye is immediately drawn to it. Apparently this audiobook is also a hot commodity at my library because I had […]

The Story of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg | Book Review

I really was not sure what to expect with The Story Of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg. I haven’t actually read anything by Berg before so it isn’t as though I knew what to expect going in. However, the fact that this was a relatively short book about an elderly person appealed to me. Then those […]

Love May Fail by Matthew Quick | Book Review

I am the sort of person who rations books by authors I love — but then occasionally ends up binging. A few years ago, I read one of Matthew Quick’s book and it was instalove for me. Yes, that instalove that we all love to criticize and be all well that never happens. Yo, it […]