• This Book is Crack

  • The Only One Left Deep Dive

    This book was my favorite read of January. Riley Sager is a fantastic weaver of words. I’ll never get tired of reading their work. I went into this one blind – as I usually do – and had no idea what I was expecting. And that mood continued throughout almost the entire book. I wasn’t…

  • January Reads

  • Reads of January

    Starting the year off strong with a fantastic fifteen reads. And even better, an impressive diversity of formats; six audiobooks, four ebooks, and five paper or hardbacks. I’ve been reading with my breakfast and coffee every morning instead of diving right into work and I think it’s made all the difference. And I really want…

  • Physical TBR Update

  • Home Before Dark

    My favorite read from December was Home Before Dark by Riley Sager. I always know which book is going to be my favorite of the month because I can’t stop talking about it to everyone around me. This one was the one, and I knew it before I was even halfway through the book. Riley…

  • The Block Party Deep Dive

    A domestic thriller with secrets, backstabbing, rivalries, and murder. What more could someone want from a book? And nothing is ever revealed too soon, so the shock and drama is real. What really drew me into this book was the setup – we’re placed right into the big moment for just a few pages to…

  • Reads of November

    November was a busy month, with NaNoWriMo writing every day and the holiday season, and I didn’t have much time to read. I only ended up getting through four books, and just barely. I don’t know if I was in a funk or what, but I was just not in the mood for reading. But…

  • When Women Were Dragons – Deep Dive

    There was so much to love about this book. I know I’m going to read it over and over to really take in all the greatness it had to offer. We’ll start with the flow of the story. The narrative wove in and out of the present with flashbacks to early childhood and excerpts from…

  • September Book Thoughts

    I only read eight books in September. Feels a little light for my normal reading speed. But I felt like I was in a reading slump for a while there. A few things I read in August weirded me out and it was hard to get into some of the books I picked this month.…