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Lucky Boy: Immigration, adoption, motherhood, and what makes risks worth taking – you know, light reading.

Lucky Boy: Immigration, adoption, motherhood, and what makes risks worth taking – you know, light reading.

Lucky Boy by Shanthi Sekaran only recently came on my radar. I typically let things languish a tad longer on my TBR, but it’s the February pick for the Mom Advice Book Club, a group that I’m a part of on Facebook. At 472 pages, I […]

Bird Box: Unseen Fears are the Greatest Fears

Bird Box: Unseen Fears are the Greatest Fears

It took me a couple days to catch my breath after this one. Yes, I just read another horror book even though I said that I almost never read horror. In all honesty, I didn’t think I would actually finish this book. I thought I’d […]

The Boy on the Bridge: One of the good zombie books!

The Boy on the Bridge: One of the good zombie books!

  “You have a life and then it ends and you’re dead. Living it is the point, not proving to other people that you were there.” I have very little experience with the horror genre. In fact, as far as I can recall, the only […]

Favorite Books of 2017 & Readerly Goals for 2018

Favorite Books of 2017 & Readerly Goals for 2018

What better way to kick off this blog than for a little reminiscing over the previous year’s reading? I have to admit, I sort of feel like I can’t officially commence the beginning of THE PROJECT (I’m saying this in a way that makes me […]