With horrid premonition, I saw in the future the likelihood of this man becoming a victim of my own unhappiness. This book was my first ever Book Club Book. Woof. It’s a book I read thinking “this can’t get much sadder, can it?” And watched as it continues to get sadder. However, I think it’s… Continue reading The Kitchen House- Kathleen Grissom
That before-and-after-feel, as though this was going to be the end of one time and the beginning of another. Confession- I’ve read this book twice. I read this book the first time and was so creeped out by it. It was honestly terrifying. But I stuck with it, to the point where a few short… Continue reading Into the Darkest Corner- Elizabeth Haynes
“Growing up and growing old. Playing. Exploring. Like Pooh and Piglet. And then like the Famous Five. And then like Heidi and Anne of Green Gables. And then like Pandora, opening the great big box of the world and not being afraid, not even caring whether what’s inside is good or bad. Because it’s both.… Continue reading The Girl With All the Gifts -M R Carey
“Maybe it wasn’t that hard to be happy.” The first Liane Moriarty book I read was Big Little Lies. I was hooked. I gobbled up most of her books after that. In general I would call myself a pretty big fan, but there is an exception here or there. I always go into her… Continue reading Three Wishes- Liane Moriarty
We lose ourselves in books. We find ourselves there too. I’ve always loved to read. There are pictures of me in Elementary School at recess; nose already in a book and trying to put a jacket on without taking my eyes off the page. This will be a little place to keep track of… Continue reading What Katey Read
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