"Follow Me Down" by Sherri Smith Forge Books, 352 pages Published March 28, 2017 ISBN: 0765386704 I have to say, it's not often that I encounter a book whose main character leaves such a bad taste in my mouth. This is yet another story of a woman whose substance abuse problem clouds her ability to cope … Continue reading REVIEW: “Follow Me Down” by Sherri Smith
"Everything You Want Me to Be" by Mindy Mejia Atria/Emily Bestler Books (ebook), 352 pages Published Jan. 3, 2017 ISBN: 1501123424 "What could happen to any of us if we pursue our darkest desires? What do we lose of ourselves when we cross that line? What does it cost those around us?" High school senior Hattie … Continue reading Review: “Everything You Want Me to Be”
Happy 2017, all! I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable New Year's Eve/Day. On Saturday, Jared and I had a late lunch with his parents (mainly to celebrate my father-in-law's birthday). Then, we spent the evening with friends – eating more food, drinking delicious beverages, playing Jackbox games and laughing ourselves silly. Yesterday was … Continue reading Happy New Year!
So with this post, I suppose I'm ending 2016 on a bit of a negative note. But after seeing a similar post from Jess @ The Mud and Stars Book Blog, I thought it might be interesting to come up with my own list of my least favorite books read this year. Check out my favorite … Continue reading Top 10 least favorite reads of 2016
"No Good Son" by J.L. Vaughan Kindle edition, 211 pages Published Dec. 31, 2015 ASIN: B01A29FNZK I started this book with an open mind. The synopsis seemed intriguing enough. A former thief (the term "thief" is a gross understatement) named Mike comes out of hiding after making a promise to set things right and pay … Continue reading Review: “No Good Son”
*May contain mild spoilers* "I know now Betsy will be all right. She will again see the sweetness of life through its mysteries revealed to her for we do not live our lives in straight lines but in circles bewildering to us as a maze, our present lives, circling our past, all the while circling … Continue reading Review of “Revenants: The Odyssey Home” by Scott Kauffman