Camino Island

Camino Island by John Grisham Recently my husband and I took a long road trip.  While I am an avid audio book listener, he is not.  However, we decided to find a book that we would both likely enjoy, get it on audible and listen to it on the 10 hour car ride.  John Grisham... Continue Reading →

The Valedictorian of Being Dead

The Valedictorian of Being Dead  by Heather B. Armstrong The subtitle “The True Story of Dying Ten Times to Live” sure gets your attention, doesn’t it? Heather Armstrong is a Mommy Blogger.  I had never heard of her until someone mentioned this book to me. I feel that may have actually allowed me to enjoy... Continue Reading →

Summer of ’69

Summer of ‘69 by Elin Hilderbrand I guess this is my official last book of summer reading.  The weather is still warm, but there is definitely a change in the air, signalling summer is done. I love Elin Hilderbrand.  Her books usually have great characters, are often set in Nantucket (or similar areas) and they... Continue Reading →

Under the Table

Under the Table (Stephanie Evanovich) I sort of won this book.  I stopped by a local Indie bookstore on Independent Bookstore Day (April 27th, if you’re wondering).  All day they had been having raffles and other fun things, but I didn’t get there until about ½ hour before closing.  I bought a book (maybe two),... Continue Reading →

Big Little Lies

Big Little Lies - Liane Moriarty I keep hearing about the HBO series based on this book, but I haven’t watched it.  And, since I don’t have HBO, I won’t. However, I didn’t want to miss out, so I picked up the audio version on Libro.fm. I have read a few of Moriarty’s books: The... Continue Reading →

The River

The River by Peter Heller Earlier in the summer, I listed 5 books that no matter how many other great books cross my path, I will definitely read as part of my summer reading list? To refresh your memory, they were: A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles (Historical Fiction) Inheritance by Dani Shapiro (Memoir)... Continue Reading →

Beyond the Moon

Beyond the Moon by Catherine TaylorPublished by The Cameo Press LTD, London Today I finished Beyond the Moon, a book that was published just a month ago.  I received a free e-book from Netgalley, in exchange for my review. So what did I think?To be honest, I didn’t know what to expect from this.  After... Continue Reading →

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