Every single time a “classic” is adapted to film everyone puts on their cardigans and has a debate over whether now is the time
was so excited when I heard Picoult say she was writing a book about Ancient Egypt, and this book delivers!
Tiffany D Jackson has brought her flawless style, amazing twists and fascinating characters to the R Kelly/#MeToo movement in Grown,
I don’t think I was really the right age at the right time to CONNECT with Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants when they first entered my life
Finally, after months of fear-mongering in my own brain, I tackled the Goliath of my TBR pile–To Sleep in a Sea of Stars,
Ruth Ware is back with a dual-POV thrilling mystery that is going to make you never want to ski ever again.
The ending is sweet—we love a good happy ending, the whale stuff was cute, but…yeah. A 3 star read for me.
A lot of the books/movies I’ve talked about so far, if not most of them, have been books where I’ve read the book AND seen the movie,
August slipped away like something…but I’m not sure it’s a bottle of wine.
Christina Lauren can do no wrong in my book, and their new holiday romance (which I PREDICTED) is the perfect read no matter the time of year.
Sure, this book wasn’t revolutionary. It didn’t blow my mind or really change me, but it was interesting, and I hope to see more of the Buttigieg’s in the future.
Wow…what a month. Just writing this post has exhausted me.