The Violin Conspiracy

The Violin Conspiracy by Brendon Slocumb Did I expect to love a book about a concert violinist?  No.  I picked up this book only because it was the January pick for the online book club I belong too.  I knew almost nothing about it. The Premise: Ray McMillian is a young black man and violinist.... Continue Reading →

Daisy Jones & The Six

            Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid I am so late to the game on this one!  I have owned this book for over 2 years.  I bought it because I was hearing lots of buzz about it, but I was just never in the mood to... Continue Reading →

A Bad Day For Sunshine

A Bad Day for Sunshine by Darynda Jones If you are in any sort of a reading slump or just don't know what to pick up next, may I recommend this one? A Bad Day for Sunshine is the first of a series and it is laugh out loud funny but still has serious topics... Continue Reading →

Star Fish

Star Fish by Lisa Fipps I don't often pick up Middle Grade books, but I made an exception for this because I have seen this title show up in multiple places, always being raved about. Since you are reading about it here, you can assume that I enjoyed it! The Premise: Elle is a fat... Continue Reading →

The Personal Librarian

The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murry I really enjoy this type of historical fiction (you know, the kind that isn't about WWII). In all seriousness, I love many WWII historical fiction books, but sometimes find the topic depressing and I feel like the market is flooded with these stories. However, I... Continue Reading →

Spells For Forgetting

Spells For Forgetting by Adrienne Young This book has it all... romance, an unsolved mystery, magic and lots of family drama. The Premise: Emery and August were more than just high-school sweethearts, they were soul-mates. But one night, right before they are due to run away together, their close friend, Lily, is found dead. The... Continue Reading →

Mad Honey

Mad Honey by Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan There are so many reasons why I loved this book. I loved that these 2 author worked together to create a novel without the slightest disjointed feeling. I love that this story has the power to open minds and educate in a way that feels authentic.... Continue Reading →

Wrong Place Wrong Time

Wrong Place Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister This was an interesting one. If you love to read thrillers in Fall (like I do), I’m going to highly suggest you give this one a try. The Premise:  As the book begins, Jen is home for the evening, waiting for her son to return from his night... Continue Reading →

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