I can’t believe it’s been three months since my last book review! I definitely want to write more this year, I’ve just been really busy lately, and I haven’t had a regular reading schedule for myself. But I finally got around to reading this book, and I’m excited to share my thoughts. Mindy Kaling has… Continue reading Book Review: Why Not Me?
“To try to predict the places we’ll go and the people we’ll meet would be pointless.” Reading has become a big part of my life, and I’m so happy I get to share my thoughts on the books I read with all of you! As I write this I am almost finished with another book,… Continue reading Book Review: Before The Fall
“It was as though they wanted to remove all traces of womankind from public life.” I’m back with another book review! Like I mentioned in my last review, I joined a book club. I’m excited to share my thoughts on our first book with you: I am Malala. I am Malala is a memoir written by a… Continue reading Book Review: I Am Malala
“The problems you have as a kid will seem ridiculous when you get older because bigger and worse problems will come along. But you will learn to deal with them easier as you grow up.” Welcome to another book review! It’s been a while since my last one, but I actually just joined a book… Continue reading Book Review: It Gets Worse
It’s been a while since my last book review because unfortunately I haven’t had much time for reading lately. But the past few weekends I was able to pick up this book again and finish it, so I wanted to take the time to write a quick review for you all! An Abundance of Katherine is one… Continue reading Book Review: An Abundance of Katherines
I’m back with a much-overdue book review! If you read my October Favorites blog, you’ll know the I loved the book The Girl on the Train, and have been planning on writing a review of it since, well, October. So without further adieu, let’s jump right in! “I have lost control over everything. Even the places in my head.” The… Continue reading Book Review: The Girl On The Train
We are not meant to know everything, Mae. Did you ever think that perhaps our minds are delicately calibrated between the known and the unknown? That our souls need the mysteries of night and the clarity of day? I’m back with my second book review (check out my first if you haven’t already). This time the book… Continue reading Book Review: The Circle