A Touch Of Dead: Sookie Stackhouse Stories Book Review

  I can never get enough of my favorite Bon Temps resident and her band of supernatural friends. She always makes me smile and the stories never get old. I am really sad that this is the absolute last Stookie Stackhouse stories. There are few writers that I love like Charlain Harris. Her ability to make me escape reality is like none other. This collection … Continue reading A Touch Of Dead: Sookie Stackhouse Stories Book Review

Review: Midnight Crossroad

I am a huge fan of Charlaine Harris. When I saw that NBC was releasing a  Midnight, Texas television series then I knew this one was my next read. She is one of my favorite fellow Arkansans when it comes to writing and I am super fan. Harris writes stories about the supernatural just like her small town in Arkansas is filled with them. She … Continue reading Review: Midnight Crossroad

Review: The Rosie Project

A few years ago, I purchased The Rosie Project after reading a review in a magazine. I picked it up and tried to read it, but I was in a book hole from my graduate studies required reading and I put it back on my shelf and thought it will just have to wait. Well as I scanned to to be read shelves it stood … Continue reading Review: The Rosie Project

Review: Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris

I have been saving the last few book in the Southern Vampire Series for last. I still long to be a part of Bon Temps and the community of Sups int he world that Charlaine Harris created. I have not watched the True Blood show past season one. I just love the books and knowing i am near the end of Sookie’s adventures, is so … Continue reading Review: Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris

Review: The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

The Roanoke Girls is a dark heartbreaking tale about the girls of the Roanoke family and the secrets that the family keeps. Amy Engel writes this story so well that you are able to be immersed in this tail. The characters are well developed as well as their back stories. You will want to keep reading to see what happens next as you go between … Continue reading Review: The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

A Handmaids Tale Book Review

This story is an amazing tail that makes one thing about the future for women of the world. It gives a view of what could happen if the rights of all women were stripped and the use of the female body is for reproduction. Something that in the state of our world is scary. This book reminds me of the old saying that history repeats … Continue reading A Handmaids Tale Book Review

Review: Petals by Laurisa White Reyes

Petals: A Novel is a very good novel about a young girl named Carly whose recovering from her mothers death but is also learning about her fathers Guatemalan culture. I do not want to give away the story but it is worth the read. The characters are well developed and the experience of her visit to Guatemala is written so well we also become culturally … Continue reading Review: Petals by Laurisa White Reyes

Review: A Monster Calls 

So today my friend places a book in my hand and says just read it. So I did in one sitting this evening. I would have never seen A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness for the amazing story it is if  I had just come across it.  Everyone at some point has to tell their story whether they like how it goes or what’s going … Continue reading Review: A Monster Calls 

Thirteen Reasons Why: Netflix Series Review

Today, I finished the series that Netflix made from Jay Asher’s novel Thirteen Reasons Why. The Netflix series is well made but I honestly prefer the book. The story in the book is experienced by the individual in a way that takes them on Hannah Baker’s experience of choosing to end her life and her reasons. The book is a journey without extra entertainment value … Continue reading Thirteen Reasons Why: Netflix Series Review

Review: Wake Up to the Joy of You

When I first got the book, I thought it was the run of the mill self help book. I would read it and it would not really help me with my everyday struggles and huge lack of self-care. But this book actually inspires and encourages you to take time for yourself. It allows you to work through the chapters and experience the journey of your … Continue reading Review: Wake Up to the Joy of You