Archive: September 2019 – November 2019

Archive: September 2019 – November 2019

September 2019 The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang: I picked up this book solely because I knew the heroine was autistic. I am loving that they are more authors writing about heroines that are different, it was so refreshing reading from an autistic person point of view....
Archive: May 2018 – August 2018

Archive: May 2018 – August 2018

You guys are in for a treat, specially if you are new to this blog. This month I will be republishing my Book Review posts from 2018 to 2020. I will combine the posts to 4-6 months to avoid cluttering your feed. I’m excited to have my reading backlog in one...
WIR in March 2022

WIR in March 2022

A Flicker in the Dark: When Chloe was twelve years old, teen girls in her neighborhood started disappearing. Her Dad ended up being the serial killer behind these awful murders. Now years later, she’s a psychologist and young girls start disappearing again and...
WIR in February 2022

WIR in February 2022

Happy March! I’m finally getting my reading groove back. I do read a tad more when I’m stressed, in the endless stream of terrible news, I need my distractions more than ever. I got lucky and read some great books this past month and I still have a very...
WIR in January 2022

WIR in January 2022

Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner: Helen meets Rachel at her prenatal class and they quickly starts spending a lot of time together. Rachel is pregnant but still drinks and smokes. Helen keeps running into Rachel in her town and assumes she lives nearby. One night,...
4 Books You Should Read

4 Books You Should Read

I read a lot in 2018, 2019 and 2020 and I don’t really have these books documented anywhere, so I wanted to create a short series of books that were so entertaining to me and I think most would enjoy. Let’s get to it! 28 summers by Elin Hilderbrand: this...