Read, Watch, Listen: Turning Back Time

Read, Watch, Listen: Turning Back Time

The ’90s are alive and well here in 2016. Full House is on our TVs, just about every show/group of people we loved back then are having some kind of reunion/rebirth… the O.J. Simpson trial is even getting air time again in the form of American Crime Story. I could go on but this post would just end up being a list […]

My True Love Gave To Me: Stories Edited by Stephanie Perkins

My True Love Gave To Me: Stories Edited by Stephanie Perkins

In a weird turn of events, two things I’m rarely drawn to (YA and short stories) combined to give me just what I needed this December! My True Love Gave To Me came out last year, and while I was vaguely aware that it existed, I was hardly running to read it. But while I’ve been finishing up a very long […]

Review: Black Swan Green by David Mitchell

Review: Black Swan Green by David Mitchell

Where do I even start when it comes to David Mitchell? Even as I read, I thought to myself, Oh god I love this so much….it will be so hard to review! But it’s worth a shot, even if I can’t do it justice. Black Swan Green is a much shorter and smaller book than The Bone Clocks (size-wise) but the writing […]

Review: Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussmann

Review: Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussmann

Daisy and Nick and Helena and Hughes and Ed. Endless summers, five people, one family with layers of secrets between them. Tigers in Red Weather is always on lists of books that are ~perfect for summer~ but I’ve always missed it. When I finally saw it at a used bookstore, I grabbed it up, and was sucked in pretty much […]

Review: The Confabulist by Steven Galloway

Review: The Confabulist by Steven Galloway

Ahh, this book. This was recommended to me by Naomi  a while ago, I think when I wrote about unreliable narrators? Maybe? I think so. So of course when I saw it the other day, I had to get it, and was instantly drawn in. The Confabulist is the dual story of Harry Houdini, and Martin Strauss. Martin opens the novel, in […]

Review: Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller

Review: Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller

I started hearing about Claire Fuller’s Our Endless Numbered Days this winter, and knew as soon as I read the reviews and summaries that I had to get my hands on a copy. It slipped my mind though, until I found it in my favorite bookstore. I wrote about the anxiety of packing books for a cruise, but my decision to throw […]