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 […]

Landline by Rainbow Rowell | Book Review

There is something that Rainbow Rowell just seems to innately get about relationships. After reading Eleanor & Park, Fangirl, and now Landline, I am convinced that Rowell is the master of writing about intimacy and its myriad forms. Ive seen Rowells latest, Landline, described as being akin to a romantic comedy but personally, the book […]

Mambo In Chinatown by Jean Kwok | Book Review

I am always a little tiny bit hesitant when it comes to reading GROWN UP books, maybe because most of my reading time is spent whipping my way through young adult and middle grade books. Yet, whenMambo In Chinatown by Jean Kwok came across my threshold, I could not ignore it. I could not hesitate. […]