So many things to say about this book that I'm not sure where to start. So I'll start here: it was the second of 3 of my Book of the Month Club picks for last month and oh my goodness the luck it takes to receive two absolutely incredible reads in one box is… Continue reading White Fur | Jardine Libaire
It's a truly rainy day (week actually, it's supposed to continue until next week) here in Boston so it seemed fitting, due to my blogs monicker, that I post a review on this cloudy more like October than middle of July day! So here you have it! (Please excuse the exercise mats in my photo.… Continue reading A Million Junes | Emily Henry
It's not really a whole week in review. But I happened to have 3 days off last week due to the holiday. I went back to CT for the 4th of July. Every year my grandmother on my moms side helps to organize a jamboree fundraiser for her church. As part of the fundraiser my… Continue reading Week in… review?
What are you guys currently reading?? I find that I purchase books in large quantities. Not 1 at a time. Or 2 at a time. More like 6-8 at a time. And I can't read them as quickly as they seem to accumulate. This is not a bad problem to have. It's just something I… Continue reading So Many Books, Not Enough Time
I've been putting off writing a review of this book because I'm not sure what to say about it. Which says a lot about it, depending on how you interpret it. Pachinko follows multiple generations of a Korean family as they struggle to find their place in war torn Japan. Not welcome in their home… Continue reading Pachinko • Min Jin Lee
On Thursday my boyfriend and I spent some time at a nature reserve outside of Boston in Concord. We went for a nice long walk and then had lunch before going to a bonsai garden. The Bonsai garden was incredible, I had no idea there were so many different types of Bonsai trees. Including red… Continue reading Book Mail: The Best Mail
Yesterday was a rainy one here in Boston, puddles on route 9 so big they made my timing belt squeal in my car. A good day for reading, curling up under blankets with the lights dimmed. I was at work, though. So that's how I spent my day. Grabbing a few paragraphs on my breaks.… Continue reading Rainy Days