Evolution of the Reading Habit

The types of books I read have evolved from year to year, generally reflecting the period of life I'm in. I tend to go through phases where I read a certain type of story for a period of time, until I find my series or genre to obsess over. People who were born readers probably… Continue reading Evolution of the Reading Habit

Carrie Bradshaw

I discovered the TV form of Sex and the City when I was in college. I remember being a child when the show first aired, and how it was known for being one the most vulgar and inappropriate show on television. Of course, fast forward more than 20 years, this is definitely no longer the… Continue reading Carrie Bradshaw

Books and Their Movies (Part 1)

I recently had a conversation with my Fiancé’s mom, that triggered this conclusion- books are NOT always better than their movies. Bear with me, fellow readers, I promise I haven’t turned to the dark-er side. Bobby and I have been engaged for a few weeks and I have met his mom about four times throughout… Continue reading Books and Their Movies (Part 1)

“The Wife Between Us” by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen Review

A shocking and unpredictable story, The Wife Between Us brings us characters who are deceitful, sneaky and withhold several hidden agendas, making for a captivating yet unsettling plot. Much of the reading of this novel is spent guessing what is going to happen next, only to find out what I thought made sense definitely doesn’t… Continue reading “The Wife Between Us” by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen Review

Jojo Moyes “Me Before You”

About a year ago I had read Jojo Moyes’ novel “Me Before You”, a love story between an under-privileged girl and a rich handicapped man who meet as Will (the leading male character) needs a caretaker and Lou (the leading female character) needs a job. These characters who come from two totally different worlds find… Continue reading Jojo Moyes “Me Before You”

The Expections of Writers

Hello Readers! I have read blog posts and tweets from other writers where they talk about the writing process- the good and the bad that comes out of writing their ideas. Phrases, lines, sentences, paragraphs- all that come along while trying to figure out what to say to the readers, being great and also not… Continue reading The Expections of Writers

“Turtles All The Way Down” Book Review

  Hello Readers, I have met my new favorite book. It's crazy to say that since I have read hundreds, how could just one be my favorite? That's what I thought until last night at 4am when I finished this one. It's Phenomenal. John Green- Phenomenal. It's a story of a teenage girl, going through normal… Continue reading “Turtles All The Way Down” Book Review

Motivated Blogging

<a href="https://www.bloglovin.com/blog/19579239/?claim=pszsy9ngyyn">Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> Hey Readers! We all experience the same struggles as writers, and especially as bloggers. Not knowing what we are doing wrong when can't get followers- it's hard to get noticed! Especially in the beginning. I read this book yesterday that is basically the months we have all spent gathering… Continue reading Motivated Blogging

Abby, a Mistress

I found her. A person could see her unmistakable long, dark hair from across the grocery store. That’s where I saw her, at least. My hair- short and blonde. He told me he liked my hair shorter, and when I cut it he told me I had never looked better. That I was even more… Continue reading Abby, a Mistress