This is my review of “Under a Summer Sky”, as part of the titular book’s debut tour.Continue reading "Under a Summer Sky // what guy doesn’t want a basic blonde?"
Prior to reading Hag-Seed, the only Shakespearean project I’ve understood at all in life was Romeo & Juliet. I didn’t know what a retelling was, either, but I like it: I want to write one for R&J, one of my favorite romances of all time. (I love a fabulous tragedy, after all. 😏)Continue reading "Hag-Seed // my first impression of Margaret Atwood"
What comes of children raised in polygamous cults who are then cut out—from all they know?
How can such beautiful writing tell such a sad, chilling story?Continue reading "Amity + Sorrow // moody religious cult thriller"
Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow is the lovechild of Girl, Interrupted and Speak.Continue reading "Girl in Pieces // living in the aftermath of detrimental mental health"
The good, the bad and the ugly, featuring T.C. Collins’ first novel, Hot Toddy.Continue reading "Hot Toddy // because a man will always save you"
When I was reading this book, I loved it. However, towards the end, I began to feel disappointed. So much promise! So much expectation built up, pending for long, overdue satisfaction! But it never came, only dissipated.Continue reading "Her One + Only // if at first he does not believe, coerce him to do so anyway by whatever means necessary"
In this post, I share a light review on The Rosie Project, the book that inspired me to create Wesley. This novel is filled with autistic humor, which may turn several allistic people off, especially if they are anti-autism. (I know, it’s sad…but those people do exist.)Continue reading "“The Rosie Project” by Graeme Simsion"