Friday Reads: February 28

I’m reading two books this week. I’m nearly finished with ‘The Other People’ by C.J. Tudor. I’m enjoying the twists and turns this story has taken me on! I’m anticipating the wrap up video Kayla (@booksandlala) will present next month about the book! Today I begun reading ‘We Ride Upon Sticks’ by Quan Barry. IContinue reading “Friday Reads: February 28”

The Women of Brewster Place by Gloria Naylor/A Review

The Women of Brewster Place: A Novel in Seven Stories by Gloria NaylorGenre: Historical FictionPublisher: Penguin BooksLength: 192 PagesFormat: AudiobookRelease Date: June 2, 1982 My Thoughts: I read this book through Audible in one sitting. I was thoroughly captivated with the lives of the women residing in Brewster Place, since they represent a microcosm ofContinue reading “The Women of Brewster Place by Gloria Naylor/A Review”

WWW Wednesday: February 25

WWW Wednesday was originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm, and now maintained by Taking on a World of Words. There are three prompts for WWW Wednesday:–What are you currently reading?–What did you finish recently reading?–What do you think you’ll read next? The Other People by C.J. TudorI’m about 70% through The Other People. It’s quite anContinue reading “WWW Wednesday: February 25”

OwlCrate February 2020 Unboxing/A Power Within

Owl Crate deliveries always my favorite pieces of book mail! Along with the awesome stories, the items included with the titles are extra special! The theme for this month’s OwlCrate is A Power Within! Here is what I received: –the lovely spolier card for this month’s OwlCrate! –Double-sided screen cleaning cloth, inspired by Wicked Saints!Continue reading “OwlCrate February 2020 Unboxing/A Power Within”

Sunday Sentence: February 23

I’m participating in David Abrams’s ‘Sunday Sentence‘ project, sharing the best sentence I’ve read during the past week, ‘out of context and without commentary’. ‘As the sun started to falter in the sky, he staggered to his feet and walked away: from the chapel, from the ashes of his family and from his life’. Source:Continue reading “Sunday Sentence: February 23”

Friday Reads: February 21

I’m currently reading ‘The Other People’ by C.J. Tudor. So far I’m really liking the creepy feels to the story, but I’m sensing that I have a feeling about a certain plot point. It may just be that the author is just tricking me into predicting one thing about the tale, when the truth isContinue reading “Friday Reads: February 21”

WWW Wednesday: February 19

WWW Wednesday was originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm, and now maintained by Taking on a World of Words. There are three prompts for WWW Wednesday:–What are you currently reading?–What did you finish recently reading?–What do you think you’ll read next? The Other People by C.J. TudorI’m reading The Other People for BooksandLala’s Literally Dead Bookclub!Continue reading “WWW Wednesday: February 19”

Honeybees and Frenemies by Kristi Wientge/A Review

Honeybees and Frenemies by Kristi WientgePublisher: Simon and Schuster Books for Young ReadersLength: 256 pagesAcquired through NetgalleyGenre: Middle Grade/ContemporaryRelease Date: June 4, 2019 Synopsis: Twelve-year-old Flor faces a bittersweet summer with a pageant, a frenemy, and a hive full of honey. It’s the summer before eighth grade and Flor is stuck at home and workingContinue reading “Honeybees and Frenemies by Kristi Wientge/A Review”

Goodreads Monday: February 17

I’m taking part in Goodreads Monday. This was started by Lauren’s Page Turners, in which you choose a book listed on your Goodreads TBR and talk about it. This week’s post: The Book Worm Crush by Lisa Brown Roberts Synopsis: Shy bookworm Amy McIntyre is about to compete for the chance to interview her favoriteContinue reading “Goodreads Monday: February 17”

Sunday Sentence: February 16

I’m participating in David Abrams’s ‘Sunday Sentence‘ project, sharing the best sentence I’ve read during the past week, ‘out of context and without commentary’. “It’s bringing home the viscerality of what science and scientists have been telling us is going to happen,”  Source: ‘The End of Australia as We Know It’. by Damien Cave