October Audiobook Update!

Normally, I fly through audiobooks. I was so excited when I figured I would get 3 hours of uninterrupted audiobook time while driving up the coast to Pismo Beach. Well, guess what? My rental car REFUSED to accept my phone. That could have been 6 hours! And want to know what my current audiobook is?---Eye … Continue reading October Audiobook Update!

The Girl in Red by Christina Henry ~Audiobook Review~

“People ought to help each other, especially when the world was ending.”The Girl in Red This is my third book by Christina Henry and I actually have another one of her books on my list for this month. So needless to say, I am a fan. The Girl in Red by Christina Henry is a … Continue reading The Girl in Red by Christina Henry ~Audiobook Review~

Straight On Till Morning by Liz Braswell ~Audiobook Review~

“When you're young, you think the world will make room for who you are and what you want.... And then you find the world of adults is even more limiting than the world of children. With no room for adventure, much less yer own thoughts.”Straight On Till Morning Straight on till Morning by Liz Braswell … Continue reading Straight On Till Morning by Liz Braswell ~Audiobook Review~

Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy ~Audiobook Review~

“A life's impact can be measured by what it gives and what it leaves behind, but it can also be measured by what it steals from the world.” Migrations Like The Overstory, Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy is a fictional book with a connection with nature. At first, it even felt like a memoir, that is how … Continue reading Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy ~Audiobook Review~

When They Call You a Terrorist by Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Asha Bandele ~Audiobook Review~

“I carry the memory of living under that terror—the terror of knowing that I, or any member of my family, could be killed with impunity—in my blood, my bones, in every step I take. And yet I was called a terrorist.”When They Call You a Terrorist When They Call You a Terrorist by Patrisse Khan-Cullors … Continue reading When They Call You a Terrorist by Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Asha Bandele ~Audiobook Review~

The Manningtree Witches by A.K. Blakemore ~ARC Audiobook Review~

“Just like a man to suggest the most obvious thing in the world as though it might be revelation to a woman’s cottony mind. When it seems to me all the most obvious things in the world must be done by women, or else they wouldn’t get done.”The Manningtree Witches Thank you NetGalley, A.K. Blakemore, … Continue reading The Manningtree Witches by A.K. Blakemore ~ARC Audiobook Review~

The Only Plane in the Sky by Garrett M. Graff ~Audiobook Review~

"The significance of the date of September 11th, 9/11, was seared into the nation's collective memory, altering the way those affected looked at the calendar and even clocks."The Only Plane in the Sky 9/11 is a day that no one will ever forget. Whenever it gets brought up, we all tell our story of where … Continue reading The Only Plane in the Sky by Garrett M. Graff ~Audiobook Review~

The Overstory by Richard Powers ~Audiobook Review~

“What you make from a tree should be at least as miraculous as what you cut down.”The Overstory It makes me wonder why we don't priorities trees. They are not only extremely important to our survival on this planet as well as many other creatures but they are also embedded in our societies all over … Continue reading The Overstory by Richard Powers ~Audiobook Review~

Deacon King Kong by James McBride ~Audiobook Review~

“A man ain’t got to stand in church every Sunday to do God’s work.”Deacon King Kong I can honestly say I have never read a book quite like Deacon King Kong by James McBride. The audiobook is narrated by Dominic Hoffman. It is 1969 in Brooklyn. Nothing sets off a series of aftershocks quite like … Continue reading Deacon King Kong by James McBride ~Audiobook Review~