Book Review: How to Behave in a Crowd by Camille Bordas

I'm not sure I was stupid. It's not that I didn't understand anything my teachers talked about, it's that when I did, I doubted I had. I believed there had to be a trick. Maybe I just assumed the world was more complicated than it was. Isidore Mazal is the youngest of six children, with … Continue reading Book Review: How to Behave in a Crowd by Camille Bordas

Book Review: The People We Hate at the Wedding by Grant Ginder

"I wonder why this shit always happens to us," she says, and presses her cheek against his neck. "I don't know..." Paul says. "I guess because we let it." Authentically rendered, Grant Grinder breaths snarky, acerbic life into the characters of The People We Hate at the Wedding and captures the realistic dysfunction of the … Continue reading Book Review: The People We Hate at the Wedding by Grant Ginder

7 Ways to Read For Free- Via Reader’s Digest

Click here to see how you can read for free- from classics to poetry. Read voraciously.

Subscription Box Review: Hideaway Crate

Something I love is discovering a new bookish subscription box so when I stumbled upon Hideaway Crate I was ecstatic. The target audience for their box is "introverted women and homebodies" so I was hooked from that phrase alone. For $29.95/month you can enjoy a solo activity every month including recipes for one, cozy home … Continue reading Subscription Box Review: Hideaway Crate

Book Review: The History of Bees by Maja Lunde

"The bees are dying, Dad. We're the only ones who can do anything about it." Oscillating between three narratives set in three different time periods, The History of Bees by Maja Lunde highlights the unparalleled importance of bees and what happens to humanity as they begin to disappear and eventually vanish. When I came to … Continue reading Book Review: The History of Bees by Maja Lunde

Book Review: All Is Beauty Now by Sarah Faber

These must be games the mind plays on anyone who's ever lost someone, truly lost them. Never seen the proof of her body lowered into the ground, never seen her lie still as she is covered with dirt.  Maybe she ran away, maybe she has amnesia, maybe she was stolen. Maybe. The refuge of every mother of a … Continue reading Book Review: All Is Beauty Now by Sarah Faber

Book obessed? Take this quiz to find out just how much- from Buzzfeed

Take the quiz here to find out how deep your book obsession goes. To all my bookish followers- I expect high scores 🙂 Read voraciously. Tell me your score and I'll share mine!