This one should be no surprise: READY PLAYER ONE by Ernest Cline. I never thought I would have a favorite book, but this one is always at the top of my list three years running. Check out my BuzzFeed comment here.
Private Detective Cormoran Strike is hired to investigate an apparent suicide of supermodel Lula Landry. Her brother insists that her death was no suicide. On the same day, Robin starts her new temp job as a secretary for Strike. With all the evidence that John Bristow and the police have given Strike, he begins making... Continue Reading →
My number one recommendation for Fantasy is Leigh Bardugo's Six of Crows. This is nothing like I've ever read before. And Kaz is everything. Read my original review here.
Beginning tomorrow, I will be posting one book recommendations until Christmas Eve. Just a project to inspire you and help you with selections while on Christmas break!
I’ve been practicing a form of bullet journaling for a few years now. It has been an important tool for organization and productivity for me, as well as an outlet for a busy mind. Overall, I kept my bujo pretty simple, a calendar, weekly spread, and list after list. I would look on Pinterest for... Continue Reading →
Looking back, I don't think I knew who Amy Schumer was until one of her movies, which I've never seen. This is Amy Schumer's memoir of her life. The family life she had, the close relationship with her sister, her sex life, and her climb to make it as a comedian. While funny and interesting... Continue Reading →
Karina leads unfulfilling life as a piano teacher who has not moved on from her broken marriage. Her dreams long since lost. Karina's ex husband has definitely moved on, enjoying life as an accomplished concert pianists with fame and women. Life takes an interesting turn when Richard is diagnosed with ALS, The disease takes his... Continue Reading →
Bear with me on this review. Too much time has passed since I've read this book and when I'm writing this review. Atlas Shrugged begins as an Isaac Bell novel. The railroad and a woman engineer seems to be right up my alley. But then the railroad business gets complicated. To repair the lines and... Continue Reading →
This has been on my TBR for a while and sitting in my Netgalley for too long. The best way to describe Jar of Hearts is that it's a cross between Orange is the New Black and Gone Girl. Georgina Shaw (Geo to her friends) is a successful lawyer on the path to marry the... Continue Reading →