Fairy Tale Girl

My mom gifted me The Fairy Tale Girl by Susan Branch about a month or two ago. I finished it towards the end of May and have to say it was absolutely delightful. The story is auto-biographical, sharing a look into Susan’s childhood and early adult life. It kicks off with the ending of her marriage… Continue reading Fairy Tale Girl

On My Bookshelf: The Rosie Project

I read one of the most charming books on our vacation, and I’ve been dying to tell you about it. The Rosie Project by Graeme Simison is a comedy and romance rolled into one. The protagonist, Don Tillman, is a brilliant scientist, who is incredibly honest and socially awkward, but somehow still very charming. In a quest to find the perfect… Continue reading On My Bookshelf: The Rosie Project

On My Bookshelf

For book club last month, we read Attachments by Rainbow Rowell. The Plot: The story takes place in 1999. The Internet is still relatively new. The clothes are phenomenal. The  male lead, Lincoln, has been hired to monitor emails at a newspaper. (Big Brother is watching.) While at work, he starts following the correspondence of two of his… Continue reading On My Bookshelf