21 12, 2016

Review: BEING MORTAL: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande

By | Wednesday, December 21, 2016|2 Comments

This book was right up my alley. It was recommended to me by a family while I worked in Hospice, since they had just read it and were changed by it. How to die is just as important as how we live the moments/days/years preceding our death. This book explores the real issues [...]

13 12, 2016

Review: THE CIRCLE by Dave Eggers

By | Tuesday, December 13, 2016|0 Comments

THE CIRCLE explores the problem of oversharing in social media. The Circle is a large internet provider that requires honesty in it's users. There are no pseudonyms, only one form of identity, and fraud is a thing of the past. The internet company branches out to encourage its uses to become transparent, broadcasting [...]

7 08, 2016

Weekly Wrap Up #98

By | Sunday, August 7, 2016|26 Comments

Hello Lovelies! Welcome to my weekly wrap up! This was not a really good week for me reading wise. Once I got my reviews up, earlier this week, I lost all motivation. Is it a book hangover or just that the books I am attempting to read are not that good? I can't [...]

30 12, 2015


By | Wednesday, December 30, 2015|13 Comments

I am not a big fan of historical fiction. I am also not a big fan of westerns, this books mostly takes place in the wild west. Admittedly, this story starts in Georgia, and then joins in the great Gold Rush, so it encompasses both. I still wanted to read it primarily because [...]

6 11, 2015

Review and Guest Post: UNCOVERING COBBOGOTH by Hannah L. Clark

By | Friday, November 6, 2015|10 Comments

Uncovering Cobbogoth is based on actual Icelandic mythology. It is fun and fast paced. This book was one part mystery and one part romance in a nice fantastical package. My Review Norah has been raised by her famous archaeologist uncle, Jack, since her parents died when she was just a baby. Jack was [...]

30 10, 2015

Review & #Giveaway- RETURN ONCE MORE by Trisha Leigh

By | Friday, October 30, 2015|13 Comments

Oh my stars, Return Once More was an amazing read! It had everything I love about YA fiction, and still managed to be unique. In this historical/sci-fi/time traveling dystopian the fate of the future rests in the hands of a few. Kaia is a historian apprentice. Her job basically involved using technology to [...]

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