Jane as a person bugs the hell out of me, Edward is whatever, I don’t care about his ward, or any of the cousins. The only person I have any time for is Bertha Rochester.
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The Best of 2020
Look, as a whole, 2020 was a blazing dumpster fire. But I did get in some awesome reads, so there’s that. I read a whopping 89 books this year. Let’s take a look at some of my favorites. Turn the Page Berk Clerb My book club makes dope decisions and 2020 was no exception. MiddlesexContinue reading “The Best of 2020”
My Brain is Barren Wasteland
Lookie here, a few weeks ago, I started a new job that is 1000% centered around numbers. Now, I didn’t go to school for math, so it’s taking every last bit of my brain power. The result is, I’m not reading as much as I did when I was on full blown lock down. I’mContinue reading “My Brain is Barren Wasteland”
Fun Age, Mediocre Read
Emira Tucker is a twenty-five-year-old babysitter. She has no plans for the future, and in a short time, she will lose her health insurance.
Emira babysits for the Chamberlain family. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain have two young girls, Briar and Catherine. Emira is tasked with caring for Briar while Mrs. Chamberlain works on writing her book. Easy peas, right?
Book Review: The Chain
The book begins with a kidnapping. Young Kylie is taken from the bus stop by a couple who seem to hate themselves for what they’re doing, but will also do anything to get their child back. It’s a conundrum.
Book Review: We Are Water
Annie and Orion have been married for twenty-seven years. They have three grown children; Andrew and Ariane who are twins, and Marissa, the baby of the family. Annie is an artist who has very recently, thanks to the help of a gallery owner, come in to a little bit of fame.
Then She Was Gone: A Review
Secrets, lies, a daughter-in-law who possibly has the sight, precocious children who border on creepy, this book has a lot of good things to offer. I totally recommend.
Misery: A Review
I texted LeRoux and was like, “Hey, girl. I’m reading Misery. It gave me a hilarious idea for our next series.” And she, appropriately so, was like, “Um, so…what is it?” Because how in the hell do you get a hilarious idea from Misery? Well, gang, we did.
Nine Perfect Strangers: A Review
Drama, laughs galore, near death experiences, and the silent treatment. This book is perfect for summer. So, get on it, y’all.
Clockmaker’s Daughter: A Review
Would I live in a possibly haunted estate nestled in the English countryside? You bet your butt I would. I dream of the day I, too, can be a tortured soul roaming the halls of my too big house.