I received this book for free to review from NetGalley. On NetGalley, I have rated the book 4 stars.Continue reading “Book Review: What Would Frida Do? By Arianna Davis”
I purchased this book as a treat to myself. I have followed Glennon Doyle for a while on Instagram, and have read of her heartache in her previous books.Continue reading “Book Review: Untamed, by Glennon Doyle”
I am a massive John Green fan. From his videos to books to his podcasts, I love the things he creates and the work he does career wise as well as to improve the world. However, I hadn’t read Paper Towns, his third novel, until literally an hour ago, and I have some capital “O” opinions about the book. Continue reading “Reading Paper Towns as Historical Fiction”
While February hasn’t ended yet, I figured now was a good time to get this up, before I completely forget what all the books were about.
In anticipation of Valentine’s Day, my library had a table of books for “singles, ready to mingle.” As cringe worthy as that is, I perused, finding Mandy Len Catron’s book, How to Fall in Love with Anyone. I remember reading Catron’s New York Times piece, the most clicked of 2015, and figured this book was worth a shot.
By some miracle, I read four books this month. It wasn’t all that hard, but I made time to read, made it happen, and occasionally, forced myself to read. I found that I like reading physical copies of books that are fiction, and listening to self-help, and when I deviate from that, I end up frustrated. But anyway, here are some mini reviews of what I read this month:
Dear Reader, I think I have made a grave mistake in making these two separate categories, but I did want to explain the logic behind why I do what I do (especially after posting 8 book reviews in a row from 2015, having some new followers, and a plan to post a couple new book thoughts in the near future).
This review was originally published on The Rainbow Hub on September 28th, 2015. I have been given permission to reprint the review here. Enjoy!
This review was originally published on The Rainbow Hub on September 18th, 2015. I have been given permission to reprint the review here. Enjoy!
This review was originally published on The Rainbow Hub on September 9th, 2015. I have been given permission to reprint the review here. Enjoy!