Book Review: Bone by Bone
My book review for Bone by Bone, a memoir by Geralyn S. Ritter
Book Review: The City of Dating
My book review of The City of Dating by Stevie Bowen.
Book Review: This or Something Better
My book review of This or Something Better by Elisa Stancil Levine.
Book Review: Chasing Tarzan
My book review of Chasing Tarzan by Catherine Forster.
Book Review: Antonio, We Know You
My book review of Antonio, We Know You by Antonio Salazar-Hobson.
Book Spotlight: Bookmarked
Book spotlight on Bookmarked by Mark Scarbrough.
Excerpt from Bookmarked
Excerpt from Bookmarked, a memoir by Mark Scarborough.
Book Review: My Wild and Precious Life
Today’s book review is of the book My Wild and Precious Life. It is Susanne Rheault’s memoir and I found it so interesting. Her writing is so good and her life is so interesting and full that I was captivated from start to finish. Rheault’s memoir starts with her childhood, moving to different countries with her family and Green Beret father. She writes about her parents and upbringing, her roots in New England, and her thrill seeking military father. Rheault gets olde, earns her Ph.D, starts a family and her life, which is already interesting by the way, takes a turn when she is widowed at 44. But, Rheault doesn’t stop there…
Book Review: The View from Apartment Four
Happy Friday! This was one of those weeks where I’m not sure if it went by fast or slow. It was also one of those weeks that I couldn’t remember what day of the week it was. During my lunch breaks while working form home I’ve been getting a lot of my reading done. My most recent read has been on my tbr list for months, The View from Apartment Four: On Loving and Leaving New York by Skip Rozin. In this book, Skip Rozin tells of his life experiences, professional and personal, from the 1960s to the 2010s all while his apartment on the Upper West Side of New York…
Book Review: Almost French
The full title of this book is Almost French: Love and a New Life in Paris and it’s by Sarah Turnbull, an Australian journalist who moves to France. When browsing through Good Reads I came across this book and it intrigued me as I do enjoy reading memoirs and about people’s real lives. This story about a 20 something year old Australian woman who meets a French guy while she was abroad in Bucharest and then in a whirlwind romance goes back to France with him to live seemed too good to pass up. I liked the book but didn’t love it and I really wanted to love it. The premise…