Unfortunately, Mindy Kaling's first memoir fell a little flat for me. This could be for a few different reasons, like the fact that I haven't watched a lot of her stuff, only that I know she was first known for The Office (which I didn't watch) and then later in other roles in movies. I … Continue reading Audiobook Review: Is Everyone Hanging Without Me? (And Other Concerns) by Mindy Kaling
(this will be a shorter review) Amy Schumer blew my mind with her memoir The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo. Never have I read (or in this case listened to) such a raw and honest telling of a myriad of experiences of such a strong woman. Her stories are ones that I think need … Continue reading Audiobook Review: The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo by Amy Schumer
One of the things that scares me the most about moving out to a new city and state is that I don't know anyone that I could potentially reach out to for friend stuff. One of the biggest things that I miss is being so close to some of my girlfriends. After a call with … Continue reading I Went On a Friend Date!
Evergreen Falls by Kimberley Freeman left me unsure if I actually like the novel. Sure, I enjoyed it enough to read the whole book from start to finish, but by the end, I just wasn't sure what to think of the book as a whole. Story focuses mostly on two different women in two different … Continue reading Book Review: Evergreen Falls by Kimberley Freeman
Never has a book kept me on my toes as much as Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine. I definitely was not expecting as many twists and turns as Caine weaved into this thrilling first book of The Great Library series. Being the reader that I am, I am always quick to want to pick … Continue reading Book Review: Ink and Bone (The Great Library #1) by Rachel Caine