Forward Me Back To You by Mitali Perkins | Book Review

Books written by Mitali Perkins are such a treat to read. Her stories absolutely will take you on a journey — and that’s not just me being cliche saying that. Forward Me Back To You, published in 2019 I guess, is an EXCELLENT read. While looking at books on my TBR cart, I decided that I […]

Meet The Frugalwoods by Elizabeth Willard Thames | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Meet The Frugalwoods by Elizabeth Willard Thames? I have read the Frugalwoods blog for years. You see, I like reading about personal finance and about being frugal. Do I believe that skipping a latte will make me set for retirement? No. However, I do think that cutting back in certain […]

The Black Kids by Christina Hammonds Reed | Book Review

The Black Kids by Christina Hammonds Reed has one of my favorite book covers of 2020. As shallow as it sounds, I just knew I had to read this book. Frankly, I am SO glad I picked it up. The Black Kids is an insightful historical fiction book about a Black girl who is coming of age […]

10 Truths And A Dare by Ashley Elston | Book Review

A few Christmases ago, I was completely won over by Ashley Elston’s 10 Blind Dates. I inhaled that book. So, when I saw that there was a companion novel coming out, I just HAD to read it. 10 Truths And A Dare takes places after the events of 10 Blind Dates and guess what? I inhaled this […]

Just Last Night by Mhairi McFarlane | Book Review

How have I gone this long without reading anything by Mhairi McFarlane? After reading Just Last Night I am OBSESSED. I am so thankful the publicist was a bit of a squeaky wheel and had me convinced I should read this sooner rather than later. I loved Just Last Night so much that after I finished […]

Take Me Home Tonight by Morgan Matson | Book Review

Is there anything so wonderful as a long anticipated book by a favorite author, a book that actually delivers on all your expectations? Take Me Home Tonight by Morgan Matson is a book that I was RAVENOUS to read. Yes, ravenous. No hyperbole here. I love Matson’s books, so much so that I am saving Second Chance […]