My little girl with your arms open wide You'll never know how you make me feel inside From the moment I first thought of your name I knew from then on I"d never be the same Sweet little girl Twirling around I didn't know I was lost Needing to be found My life has… Continue reading Sweet Little Girl
The After War: The Complete Novel by Brandon Zenner My rating: 4 of 5 stars If ever there was a book that I would love to see brought to TV or film, this would be it. I was grabbed from the very beginning. When things started getting interesting with Simon, the story switched to Brian… Continue reading The After War (Review)
Patient H.M.: A Story of Memory, Madness, and Family Secrets by Luke Dittrich My rating: 2 of 5 stars At 40%, I'm throwing in the towel. Perhaps, this just isn't the time for me to be reading this, or I set my expectations too high, but I have lost interest in this book and the… Continue reading Patient H.M. (Review)
The Communist and the Communist’s Daughter: A Memoir by Jane Lazarre My rating: 3 of 5 stars I think the Achilles heal of this story was the back and forth between the author's present and her father's past. I feel like it was shooting for the type of flashbacks found in films Forrest Gump or… Continue reading The Communist and The Communist’s Daughter: A Memoir (Review)
The Book of the Unnamed Midwife by Meg Elison My rating: 5 of 5 stars In the days when the world had not yet fallen, the screaming of sirens was constant. Imagine a plague that grabs hold of humanity ruthlessly. A fever that wipes out millions of the Earth's inhabitants. A world where women and… Continue reading The Book of the Unnamed Midwife (Review)
As a reader, particularly one that blogs, I often find myself caught up on new releases. I focus on the latest novels to be published by my favorite publishing companies, regardless of topic. In the beginning of blogging, I thought that in order to become good at book blogging, I had to only read new… Continue reading I Took Back Control of My TBR… It Was GREAT!