2019 is going to be a HUGE year for books and I’m so excited.
I created this blog with the sole purpose of reviewing what I read so I’ll remember it and can help others decide where to best spend their reading time, but I’m not perfect.
Now, the new year is upon us and we’re making resolutions that will make us better, happier, healthier, people, so why not learn from Rubin?
In my quest to finish all of my BOTM books and because I love the color purple, I finally picked up Lies We Told and wow, was I engrossed.
As a student in a graduate program of library science, I felt weirdly called to pick up this book. I’d heard a lot of chatter about it, so I downloaded the audiobook and started off on my adventure into the Los Angeles Central Library.
I am unsure of why I waited so long to read (listen to) this memoir by the Bush twins, but wow, it has saved me from an audiobook slump and crops are growing
I love dark books and Alyssa Sheinmel gives me just what I need
It’s part legal thriller, part corruption case, part typical drunk-woman-dealing-with-issues-mystery, and I loved it. I read it in one foul swoop.
I’m a sucker for a good musical, but I won’t even pretend I wasn’t absolutely ANGRY when Dear Evan Hansen beat out Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 for Best Musical at the Tony Awards. F
I needed something I could binge-read and that would make me FEEL things and wow, the writing duo that is Christina Lauren did not let me down.
In a quest to finally catch up on my Book of the Month TBR pile, I settled in to read the book I selected back in March 2018 when it was billed as an adult version of the Westing Game and while I’m not sure the descriptor is perfect, I really enjoyed this book.
Set against the backdrop of a Korean exchange student moving countries and going on dates, there’s a lot to love here