Top 10 Tuesday // Books That Should Be in Your Beach Bag

Follow along with this meme over at The Broke and the Bookish I’m honestly not a beach kinda girl. I have my mother’s Scottish heritage to thank for that. I don’t spend a lot of time on the beach nor… Continue Reading

Top 10 Tuesday // Books About Friendship

Follow along with this meme over at The Broke and the Bookish It has been SO long since I’ve done a top 10! Forgive me, I have a (very) bad habit of disappearing for months at a time. Let’s just… Continue Reading

Books // The Girl with No Shadow

by Joanne Harris The Girl With No Shadow (called Lollipop Shoes overseas) is a sequel to the popular novel Chocolat. This is possibly the first book that I’ve come across where the sequel is just as good, if not better… Continue Reading

Books // Chocolat

by Joanne Harris Chocolat is a beautifully written story about how a single kink in a chain can shake the whole machine. Vianne Rocher is a beautiful woman with a nomadic past who decides that it is finally time to… Continue Reading

Books // The Book of Lost Things

by John Connolly The Book of Lost Things is the story of a young boy named David growing up in London on the brink of the second World War. The story begins with the loss of David’s mother and the… Continue Reading

Books // White Oleander

by Janet Fitch My review of the White Oleander film adaptation White Oleander is the story of Astrid Magnussen as she struggles through the foster care system after her mother is sentenced to jail for killing her boyfriend. Throughout the… Continue Reading

Books // She’s Come Undone

by Wally Lamb I just finished this wonderful book today. It’s depressing at times but still amazing. You really do fall in love with Dolores and keep reading in hope that something good will happen for her. There were a… Continue Reading

Books // House of Leaves

by Mark Z. Danielewski I finally finished House of Leaves and I am a bit relieved and a bit sad at the same time. It was such a wonderful book that I would recommend it to everyone, especially those who… Continue Reading