"Local Girl Missing" has all the makings of a good psychological thriller.
"Dust Bowl Girls: The Inspiring Story of the Team that Barnstormed its Way to Basketball Glory" by Lydia Reeder 304 pages, Algonquin Books Published Jan. 24, 2017 ISBN: 1616204664 Lydia Reeder, great-niece of college women's basketball coach Sam Babb, lays out a story that deserved to be told in "Dust Bowl Girls: The Inspiring Story … Continue reading Review: “Dust Bowl Girls”
Happy New Year's Eve! To wrap up 2016, I've filled out this year-end book survey I first discovered at Stephanie's Book Reviews. It is hosted by The Perpetual Page Turner. Number of books you read: 46 Number of re-reads: 1 Genre you read the most from: Historical fiction 1. Best book you read in 2016? … Continue reading End of year book survey
Happy November! In the past week, I have finished and reviewed two books that could not be more different from one another. "The Girl on the Train" by Paula Hawkins *may contain spoilers* After hearing varying thoughts about this book, I delved into it with an open mind and not the highest of expectations. … Continue reading Catching up
Another week is almost in the books. This past week, I didn't read as much as I'd have liked BECAUSE NLCS PLAYOFFS. Go, Cubs, go. Jared and I are nervously awaiting tonight's Game 6. You can read my husband's thoughts on the playoffs here - he is a lifelong Cubs fan and knows his stuff. (I just … Continue reading Week in review – Oct. 22, 2016
Good morning, all; hope everyone's weekend is off to a great start. I did an awful lot of those weekly memes/challenges/whatever the heck you call them this week. And I started feeling like kind of a slacker as a result. I love all the connections I've made with other book bloggers because of them, and … Continue reading My strange addiction: Goodreads giveaways