What to Read Right Now

That title is very bossy, but truthfully, so am I. Over the last several months, I’ve read a lot of exceptional books and couldn’t be more excited to share them with you. So, let’s get right to it, OK? Life After Live – This book is clever and vastly interesting. It’s one you’ll think about… Continue reading What to Read Right Now

The Girls

The Girls by Emma Cline is easily one of the most buzzed about books of the summer. I bought it a few weeks ago and finally cracked it open on our family vacation. The story centers around Evie, who is drawn into a cult in the late 60’s. Inspired by Charles Manson and the murders his… Continue reading The Girls

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: Longbourn

When it comes to reading, I’m a sucker for anything related to Pride and Prejudice or love stories set in England. Like clockwork, I find myself picking up something that falls into at least one of those two categories every few months. My most recent read, Longbourn by Jo Baker, fit the bill in both areas.… Continue reading On My Bookshelf: Longbourn

Ellie’s Bookshelf

Reading with Ellie is one of my favorite things, but I am the first to admit some children’s books can be a little obnoxious. Difficult rhymes and lackluster illustrations become pretty tedious after you’ve read a story a hundred times in one sitting. Over the last year and half, I’ve found some books we both… Continue reading Ellie’s Bookshelf