Ellie and the Harpmaker Review

Ellie and the Harpmaker by Hazel Prior takes us on an interesting journey with two narrators after they bumble into one another’s lives unexpectedly. While this random friendship blossoms, the consequences have a ripple effect on each of their lives. It’s a thoughtful look at the question: What happens when we allow ourselves to chase [...]

Book Review: Holly Banks Full of Angst

Julie Valerie's debut novel, Holly Banks Full of Angst, is a laugh out loud adventure of a relatable woman and how even the most sensible of us can be blindsided by the quest for a Pinterest Perfect life. This novel has an interesting format that combines screenplay and narrative. Protagonist Holly Banks is a film nerd [...]

Book Review: The Secrets We Kept

Whoa, this is one unputdownable page turner of a novel. The plot just pulls you in, the characters keep you there, and the setting is so flawlessly described you can practically smell the cigarette smoke and hear the clacking typewriters. I had no clue there was such a history regarding literature and the CIA. I’m [...]

Room to Breathe Book Review

Fellow book addicts, I have such a great thing to share. An author posted about it and now I'm so excited. Have you heard of Amazon First Reads? You can get a Kindle ebook for free before it comes out with your Prime membership! I'm over the moon about this. I love books, clearly, and [...]

Never Have I Ever Book Review

I discovered Southern lit author Joshilyn Jackson several years ago, and have since read everything she's written (with the exception of a short story on my Amazon wish list, hint hint, family!). I love her writing style and how each character and world is so intricately developed. The plots and characters stay with you long [...]