I took this photo a few days ago when I thought I had my June TBR fully mapped out. Over the course of the last few days I've taken a lot of time to reflect on how I can make my reading choices more diverse and include more authors of color. This is something I've … Continue reading June TBR
Welcome to another installment of Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl). Today is a freebie, so I'm going with an idea that was recently used as a book stack challenge on bookstagram! The lovely Dennis (@scaredstraightreads) asked all of us to put together a slump stack and below are the picks I came … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books to get you out of a reading slump!
THE BREAKDOWN | B.A. Paris 07.18.2017 | St. Martin’s Press Rating: 4/5 stars Would you stop if you passed a car sitting on the shoulder of a rural road during a downpour? Cass has found herself in this predicament. While she decides to stop, she does not exit her car. Instead she waits for the … Continue reading Book Review: The Breakdown
The last full week of March is upon us, which of course means I am scheming how to squeeze in a few more reads this month. There's something so appealing about kicking off a fresh week with a stack of new reads. I owe you all reviews for MY LOVELY WIFE and THE LOST MAN, … Continue reading Weekly Reads: March 25th
I've seen tons of Valentine's Day related posts all over Instagram and blogs featuring adorable couples and romantic gestures. In case you haven't been by the blog before, those aren't exactly attributes I look for when selecting a book. I would much rather read about a twisted, crazy relationship gone wrong! Feel the same way? … Continue reading A Crime Fiction Valentine’s Day Reading List
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS | B.A. Paris St. Martin’s Press | 08.09.2016 Rating: 5/5 stars Meet Jack and Grace Angel, they’re the perfect couple. Jack has good looks and wealth. Grace has poise and sophistication. They’re the picture of perfection as an inseparable newlywed couple. Just how perfect are things when no one is looking? Why … Continue reading Book Review: Behind Closed Doors