The Push

They scream. They bite. They push. They cry. They throw things. No, I’m not talking about your spouse or your significant other. I’m talking about the bad side of your kids. Have you ever sat there pulling your hair out and thought, “I really am at my wits end with this kid!” Your patience testedContinue reading “The Push”

An Anonymous Girl

The next time you consider signing up for a research study, you might want to think twice—and, in my opinion, you will after reading this book! You’re Invited: Seeking women aged 18 to 32 to participate in a study on ethics and morality conducted by a preeminent NYC psychiatrist. Generous compensation. Anonymity guaranteed. Call forContinue reading “An Anonymous Girl”

The Line That Held Us

Darl Moody is just a regular guy trying to fill his freezer with deer meat before winter comes. When he’s sure he has seen a colossal buck roaming another man’s land, he needs to find it. He knows that poaching is wrong, and he knows it’s even worse when you’re hunting off the land ofContinue reading “The Line That Held Us”

Walking Alone

Do you know what is the best part about Fall? It’s definitely not the pumpkin spice over here, y’all! It’s the horror, horror, horror fests! That’s right! The creep me out, scare me so bad I want to cry, and please impress me haunts of the season that get THIS girls blood pumping! And whoContinue reading “Walking Alone”

Castle Of Water

This was a 5 out of 5 stars novel for me; as near a perfect emotional ride as you can take.  How do you review something that blew you away? How do you add words to someone’s creation that has prose that should be considered illegal? So beautiful that it drips like honey- thick andContinue reading “Castle Of Water”

Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly

Ravensbruck.  Hitler’s “work camp” … for women. At the main camp… 26,700 women taken from their homes… And worked… to death… and they were the lucky ones. Young Dr. Herta Oberheuser, desperate to be equal to her male counterparts, takes a position at Ravensbruck – unaware of what’s in store for her.  The horror sheContinue reading “Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly”

The Witchfinder’s Sister by Beth Underdown

  “This summer, my brother Matthew set himself to killing women, but without ever once breaking the law.” This thrilling debut novel by Beth Underdown is based loosely on the life of the infamous “witchfinder general” Matthew Hopkins of the mid 17th century. The story is narrated by his sister, Alice, who, pregnant, must returnContinue reading “The Witchfinder’s Sister by Beth Underdown”

The Women In The Castle by Jessica Shattuck

Quiet as you hold the book in you hand. The pages still. The gentle rise and fall of the first few pages transports you to an aristocratic party held in the von Lingenfels castle. Here the secrets begin. Here a plot is born. Here a promise is made to brave conspirators by Marianne von Lingenfel,Continue reading “The Women In The Castle by Jessica Shattuck”

One Lovely Blog Award

  I am very honored to have been nominated for the One Lovely Blog Award by a very lovely lady, Cheryl who writes the blog “Plucking of my Heart Strings”. Thank you so much for this nomination! Please check out her blog which is filled with great posts on a variety of topics that pluck atContinue reading “One Lovely Blog Award”

The Wolf Road

The Wolf Road by Beth Lewis I was surprisingly absolutely blown away by this book. When first reading the description I was unsure of what I would be in for, but author Beth Lewis took me on an incredible journey that I am not soon to forget. This book is set in post apocalyptic daysContinue reading “The Wolf Road”