*I received an audiobook copy of Sometimes I Lie from a Goodreads Giveaway!* The last time I listened to an audiobook was when I was a young girl. We had the Disney read-along cassette tapes that we would listen to right before bed. However, I have never listened to a novel before. Sometimes I Lie is written … Continue reading Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney
Book Clubs. People seem to stereotype book clubs a lot. You see them in movies portrayed as mom groups that get together to hangout and drink wine. Well, I have one of those book clubs but it is not what you think. The first book club I started was actually in college with a group … Continue reading Book Club- Fails, Successes and Why I Love it!
So there a few types of book people out there: 1)There is the person who gets their books from the library. Never buys, just borrows. Go libraries! 2)There is the person who owns a kindle and has a vast digital collection and maybe a couple print books on the shelf. 3)Then there is the person … Continue reading Book Organizing
Take a deep breath because Here and Gone by Haylen Beck is one wild ride. Audra Kinney and her two children are fleeing to California to escape an abusive husband. While they are traveling through a desolate part of Arizona, Audra is pulled over by Sheriff Whiteside and taken into custody. She is told not to … Continue reading Here and Gone by Haylen Beck- Review
I don’t know why I thought this was a good idea. I just finished reading The Book Thief by Markus Zusak last week. Well my oldest son just started kindergarten. We were busy all week preparing for school. So I decided to watch The Book Thief the night before my son started school. I am … Continue reading The Book Thief Book vs. Movie
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak is nothing but 550 pages of intense raw emotion. I can’t even convey the depth of the characters. These characters gave me the impression that they were real. They displayed real and accurate emotion. They were relatable and determined. They all had experiences that shaped them throughout the novel. … Continue reading The Book Thief
*I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for a review* It is 1863 in the Scottish Highlands when Anne Winton arrives at Ballencrief Hall, a place for the mad. She is sent there to tend to some of the ladies, however she hopes to help heal people while she is there. As soon as … Continue reading Mad for the Marquess by Jess Russell
I am halfway through The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. I have already read this book but it was about 7 years ago. One of the reasons I love going back and rereading books is because sometimes you find something new or feel something you didn't feel the first time. When I first read this book, … Continue reading The Book Thief and Late Night Emotions