Category: Recent Reads

  • Recent Reads: September-November

    As I haven’t done a Recent Reads in a while, here are a few I loved in the past few months that didn’t get reviews. Still Life with Tornado by A.S. King    A. S. King is from the Philly area and she set this latest book in Philadelphia so I was automatically interested. Part of my […]

  • Recent Reads: April

    Recent Reads: April

    Spring is quite possibly here and therefore outdoor reading is slowly beginning. April afforded me a few days outdoors and I read some lovely books, too. My absolute favorite of the month was The Rose & the Dagger, but that’s going to need its own post once I wrap my mind around it a little […]

  • Recently Loved: A Study in Charlotte and The Girl From Everywhere

    A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro A thing you will learn about me is I am a sucker for modern retellings. I love seeing how a writer can take a well known story and turn it into something new. A Study in Charlotte is about the great-great-great grandchildren of Holmes and Watson, Charlotte and Jamie. They […]

  • Recent Reads: January and February

    Recent Reads: January and February

    The beginning of the year is usually a slow start for me when it comes to reading, but this year has been different and I managed 16 books so far? Here are four that stood out. Truthwitch by Susan Dennard This book was majorly hyped and completely deserving of all the love. I don’t think […]

  • Recent Reads

    Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates This is simply required reading. Coates’s latest, about growing up black in America, is written as a letter to his son. His writing, as always, is completely absorbing and powerful. There are enough articles floating around the internet about why you should read this. (And some terrible articles […]