Five Things to Do After You’ve Just Finished a Good Book and You Don’t Think That You Will be Able to Read Another Like it Again

A few months ago, I wrote a list of things you can do while waiting for a book to come out (you can check it out here). Today, I am writing about what to after that book comes out and the blues that follows. Post-Book Blues is a real condition that affects many.  Common symptoms include, glossy eyes, hazy minds and fatigue. Here are some things to help you get through. Continue reading

Book Review: Love Unaccounted Series

 

Hello, Everyone. I would like to personally thank all of you for facing your truth and joining me tonight. Before we begin, I would like you all to repeat our mission statement after me.

Ezra is not real!

Ezra Addicts Anonymous: Ezra is not real!

Ezra is a fictional character!

EAA: Ezra is a fictional character!

No amount of wishing will bring him to life!

EAA: No amount of wishing will bring him to life!

Great job everyone, now let’s begin our meeting… Continue reading

Book Review: Boy, Bye. If you don’t get your trifling, selfish, rude self out of my face  Jilted

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DISCLAIMER: This review will contain slight spoilers. If that bothers you, please leave (and read another one of my book reviews ).

Jilted

By Eve Vaughn

Publication Date: March 27, 2016

372 pgs

When I learned that Eve Vaughn had a new book out, I was surprised that the content seemed lighter than what I am used to reading by her. I am most familiar with Eve Vaughn’s darker works, Run and The Auction. I enjoyed Continue reading

Has Social Media Ruined April Fools’?

   When I was younger, I remember April Fool’s being a holiday that always came as a surprise. One day life went on as usual, the next it was filled with practical jokes and jeers of “April Fool’s!”. Either thought and effort went into your joke or your joke was light and last minute. Both were acceptable and had their place. For the past few years, it seems like major social media networks and companies have executed such large pranks that it’s no longer funny. Continue reading

Book Review: The One

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Danielle Allen

Length: 304 pgs

Publication Date:  March 20, 2016

My first exposure to Danielle Allen’s writing was in her book released late last year, Work Song .It was a fantastic read (brought to my attention by book blog  Girl, Have You Read? that put Allen on my radar. When she announced earlier this year that she had a book coming out soon, I quickly placed it on my To-Read List. When her newest book, The One , became available I happily purchased  and read it. Continue reading