Books on Pause

After taking a quick inventory of the books I’ve read (or haven’t), I realized there are a few that are somewhat in limbo. That’s the gray area where I really want to read them, but I also, kind of don’t want to for one reason or another. Do you have a book like that? I’m […]

Newly Released: Girl in the Tower (The Winternight Trilogy #2)

Honestly, I can’t tell you how I’m sitting on this book. Released December 5th, I can’t believe I haven’t already finished it. I was miserable when I found out The Bear and the Nightingale was a trilogy only because I love Vasya and found her connection with Morozko fascinating that I wanted it to end […]

Rereading: Sincerely, Carter

Best-Friends-to-Couple Love Stories I can’t tell you what it is that has me rereading a lot of my faves. Maybe it’s nostalgia or perhaps it’s just because I really, really enjoy reading them. Sincerely, Carter by Whitney G. is one book I definitely keep coming back to. What can I say? I really Love Carter […]

Biblio 411 Review: Diet Right for Your Personality Type

Biblio 411 Review: Diet Right for Your Personality Type

Diet Right for Your Personality Type: The Customized 30-Day Rapid Weight-Loss Plan to Outsmart Your Eating Patterns and End Your Bad Habits Fast by Jennifer Widerstrom Published by Harmony on February 7th 2017 Genres: non-fiction Pages: 304 Goodreads The 411 Junkie Rundown: Widerstrom takes a different approach to dieting. She focuses on the fact that […]

Reading: The Improbable Theory of Ana and Zak

“Available Now” books and a pleasant surprise I don’t know about you, but there are times when I struggle, really hard, to find something to read. It’s not that there aren’t great stories floating around, but there is always a sense of “but what if I don’t like it?” It’s a gamble. Reading a new […]

Rereading: The Duff

The DUFF (or Designated. Ugly. Fat. Friend.) In case that needed to be explained. And, yep, another reread. I’m not sure what is it about this month, but I’ve had these nudges to revisit books and movies. I think it’s something about those stories that I just have to read again. So, the DUFF. The first […]