Ok so I am a Potter-head. I was apart of the Harry Potter generation. I mean I still have the Harry Potter book my mom got me for my 10th birthday in 2000. It's worn and tattered and the pages aren't completely bound to the spine anymore. I've considered getting it fixed and I still … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: a review and some spoilers…reader beware
Tarzan of the Apes was written in 1912 by Edgar Rice Burroughs, and to truly enjoy the book you have to remember the time period it was written in. I recently read a review where the reader was appalled by the sexism, violence against animals and racist tones. They even went so far to say … Continue reading Tarzan of the Apes: book review, summary…spoilers!
Carving out time to read a book when you're a busy mom can be a hard thing to do. Sometimes I just want to turn on the TV and kick my feet up and not have to think for a while. The last four months I've been doing that a LOT! (In my defense I'm … Continue reading Read for your life
SO I am just going to warn you now there are major spoilers in this. This is basically a post for people who are in desperate need of a support group after having their souls destroyed by this amazing book. I if you are looking for a book that will leave an impression on your … Continue reading The light between oceans, book summary and review
This was at my desk when I got to work this morning. But I digress. So I am moving forward in my quest to have all of my favorite books signed by their author (if their alive). I reached out to three different authors. The first was Iain Lawrence for his book "The light keepers … Continue reading Don’t. Freak. Out.
So if you're like me you like reading books that leave you feeling a powerful emotion when their finished. You know it's a good book if after you read it, you need some serious TIME. I have a few that I think you should read. They left me truly CRIPPLED. So the first is kind … Continue reading Books to read if you like having your still beating heart ripped out of your chest (and why)