Book Review: The Ones We Choose by Julie Clark

But there are some cells that last a lifetime. Brain cells in the cerebral cortex start recording from conception and don't stop until death. This is where your memory lives. Your thoughts. Your awareness. These cells carry with them every moment of your life—even the ones you'd rather leave behind. In her debut novel, Julie … Continue reading Book Review: The Ones We Choose by Julie Clark

Book Review: The Glass Forest by Cynthia Swanson

"Ruby?" I said again. "Are you there? Are you alright?" "No," Ruby answered in that restrained voice of hers, devoid of emotion and cool as the water in the bay. "No, Aunt Angie, I am no all right." There was another pause, and then Ruby said, "Aunt Angie, my father is dead. And my mother … Continue reading Book Review: The Glass Forest by Cynthia Swanson

Book Review: The Queen of Hearts by Kimmery Martin

Ours was a friendship forged when we were young, the kind that endures no matter what because losing it would be like losing an aspect of your own personality: your sense of humor or your ability to empathize. You wouldn't be the same person without your friend as your external hard drive. I know, because … Continue reading Book Review: The Queen of Hearts by Kimmery Martin