Weekly Library Haul

I got a fair amount of books from the library this week - and this isn't including the six books I checked out for reference for a paper I'm writing...! Here's the fun stuff I got this week... Best Babysitters Ever: The Good, the Bad and the Bossy by Caroline Cala The Complete Chi's Sweet... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Her Deadly Secrets

Synopsis "Private Investigator Kira Vance spends her days navigating the intricate labyrinth of Houston’s legal world, and she knows all of its shadowy players and dark secrets. On a seemingly normal day, she’s delivering a report to her top client when suddenly everything goes sideways and the meeting ends in a bloodbath. Twenty-four hours later, the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Screen Queens

Synopsis "This summer Silicon Valley is a girls' club. Three thousand applicants. An acceptance rate of two percent. A dream internship for the winning team. ValleyStart is the most prestigious high school tech incubator competition in the country. Lucy Katz, Maddie Li, and Delia Meyer have secured their spots. And they've come to win. Meet... Continue Reading →

July Wrap-Up (and a note)

I veered slightly off my July TBR list this month. I read a few books that I hadn't planned to, and I ended up skipping one. The Lost for Words Bookshop by Stephanie Butland was the one I skipped. I don't think those cozy books-about-books-or-bookstores are for me, unfortunately. Or maybe I just haven't found... Continue Reading →

Weekly Library Haul

Here's what I brought home from the library this week... Unspeakable by Laura Griffin Other Words for Home by Jasmine Warga The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik The Way You Make Me Feel by Maureen Goo I'm currently reading Screen Queens by Lori Goldstein (from my library haul last week!)... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Wife

Synopsis "His scandal. Her secret. When Angela met Jason Powell while catering a dinner party in East Hampton, she assumed their romance would be a short-lived fling, like so many relationships between locals and summer visitors. To her surprise, Jason, a brilliant economics professor at NYU, had other plans, and they married the following summer.... Continue Reading →

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