Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick ~ Review

Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick was our Book Club Selection for April! April was comedy month and this book did not disappoint. I think all around, my book club enjoyed this selection! Anna Kendrick is sharp and witty. This is a collection of stories and experiences from her childhood and coming to fame as … Continue reading Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick ~ Review

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The 365 Go-Get-Hers Guide by Ivy Box ~Review

I don't often read self-help books. When I go to bookstores, it is not a section I usually browse. So when I was approached about reviewing this book, I didn't know what to expect since I am not well-versed in the genre. I found as I read the first few chapters that The 365 Go Get … Continue reading The 365 Go-Get-Hers Guide by Ivy Box ~Review

Brothers of Baseball by Kristofor Hellmeister~ Review

If you like sports and history then Brothers of Baseball by Kristofor Hellmeister is for you. The book begins with a 15-year-old boy named Ryan. He is resentful of his parents for moving out into the country of Tennesee to an old plantation home. Originally from New York, he doesn't see how he is going to make … Continue reading Brothers of Baseball by Kristofor Hellmeister~ Review

Beckoned, Part 4: From Barcelona with Love~ Aviva Vaughn ~ Review

Beckoned, Part 4: From Barcelona with Love by Aviva Vaughn picks up right where Part 3 left off. If you need to be caught up, I have reviewed Parts 1-3, so check them out. Well, Angela is back in Los Angeles and Soren in Barcelona, Spain. Long distance relationships are hard, however, Angela and Soren … Continue reading Beckoned, Part 4: From Barcelona with Love~ Aviva Vaughn ~ Review

One Summer Day in Rome by Mark Lamprell~Review

*I received this book from a Goodreads Giveaway, Thank you, to Goodreads, Flat Iron Books and the author for the opportunity to read this book !* One Summer Day in Rome is written by Mark Lamprell and takes place in the beautiful city of Rome. The narrator is actually the city of Rome itself. The narrator tells three different … Continue reading One Summer Day in Rome by Mark Lamprell~Review

Exhibit Alexandra by Natasha Bell ~ Review

If you want a book that makes you think about the crossing of the lines of art and of societal conventions then this is your book! Exhibit Alexandra is the debut novel written by Natasha Bell. This psychological thriller really drives the reader into thinking about the concepts of identity. Alexandra Southwood is a mother, wife, … Continue reading Exhibit Alexandra by Natasha Bell ~ Review