“He smelled good. Sweat and motorcycle and wintergreen. No stinking weed smoke. No perfume. No sadness. He smelled like love." Bryn Greenwood | All the Ugly and Wonderful Things Book Description: As the daughter of a meth dealer, Wavy knows not to trust people, not even her own parents. Struggling to raise her little brother, … Continue reading All the Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood
I recently read about an "Anti-Bucket List". That's a thing, right? Apparently so and there's also two versions. One version is a list of things you hope to never do before... you know. And, the other is a list of things you've done but hope to never do again. Without further ado here is my … Continue reading Anti-Bucket List
I don't know what I did before I discovered Podcasts. Oh, that's right...I ignored the little purple app that was pre downloaded on my iPhone. I pretended the app didn't exist and went about my life. I thought it was just another useless app that Apple forced on us. I was so wrong. And, I'm … Continue reading Podcasts
Ruth Ware did it again. Seriously. I think I love her. In a Dark, Dark Wood is still favored but this one is a close second. Again with the mystery. I had no idea where she was going with this book and I loved every page. I don't want to give anything away and ruin … Continue reading The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
I am not a mother. And, I may never be. Ouch. This is my truth. Sometimes it hurts and sometimes it doesn't. Some days I can get so wrapped up in the idea of never having a baby of my own that it will make me physically ill. And, other days I've somehow convinced … Continue reading Acceptance?
So, my sister, Jessica stumbled upon a company called Book of the Month...and I am soooo glad she did! If you're not familiar with Book of the Month, basically it is a "subscription service". I joined for a 3 month period at $9.99 a month. After the 3 months are up, I will be charged $14.99/month … Continue reading Book of the Month
One word... AMAZING! I haven't enjoyed a book this much since I read The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins. Which if you haven't read, I completely 100% recommend you purchase! Anyway, this has quickly become one of my favorite books. In a Dark, Dark Wood was perfect. From the character building, to the story line … Continue reading In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware