Life

Thankful

Hey everyone! I just wanted to stop in and talk about how… I REACHED 100 FOLLOWERS ON WORDPRESS!! Earlier this week, I was so excited to get a notification for my 100th follower, and I couldn’t be happier! I’m sure there are so many of you that have so many more followers, but this is a serious achievement for me.…

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The Other Alcott
Book Review, Historical Fiction

The Other Alcott by Elise Hooper: A Book Review

Title: The Other Alcott Author: Elise Hooper Published: September 5, 2017 Genre: Historical Fiction Obtained: Public Library The Other Alcott focuses on one of the lesser known Alcott sisters, May Alcott. Louisa May Alcott has just published Little Women, and May wants to study to become a real artist. What follows are whirlwind trips to Europe to study under the…

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Manhattan Beach
Book Review, Historical Fiction

Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan: A Book Review

Title: Manhattan Beach Author: Jennifer Egan Published: October 3rd, 2017 Genre: Historical Fiction Obtained: Book of the Month Synopsis: One day, twelve-year-old Anna Kerrigan accompanies her father to the home of Dexter Styles, who she believes will be an integral part in the lives of her family. Years later, her father, Eddie Kerrigan, has disappeared, and Anna and her mother…

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Awards, Life

Sunshine Blogger Award

So excited!!! I was tagged for the Sunshine Blogger Award by Claire from Books, Coffee and Repeat. Go check out her blog. Like now. (Or maybe after you read my post, please?) She’s awesome, and her blog is full of fun and interesting posts! Now, onto the tag! Favorite Books of 2017 (so far)? Great question! Here are my top…

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I Am Watching You
Book Review, Books Read in 2017, Thriller

I Am Watching You by Teresa Driscoll: A Book Review

Title: I Am Watching You Author: Teresa Driscoll Published: October 1, 2017 Genre: Thriller Obtained: Kindle First October Pick Synopsis: Ella Longfield overhears two teenage girls flirting with two attractive ex-convicts on a train to London, but passes it off as nothing to be worried about. The next day, news breaks that one of those girls, Anna Ballard, has gone…

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