- The Ten Thousand Doors of January is a book about discovery. Discovery of your past, history, origin and true self. January is a strong heroine. She lives with her ward …Read More »
- Meg & Jo is a novel by Virginia Kantra inspired by the classic Little Women. Meg & Jo is a classic romance novel about findings love, the connection between sisters, …Read More »
- My favorite books are the ones that introduce a new world, or a new idea that surprises you with its creativity and imagination. The best part of The Starless Seas …Read More »
- Everything is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo is a good, funny, and honest book with some very sound advice. Marie Forleo shares how she approaches life and how she followed her …Read More »
- After the passing of both her mother and father, Angela writes to Vivian. She wants to know, "who were you to my father?" Vivian replies that she can not answer …Read More »
- Libby leads a normal life, then on her birthday she revives a letter that she had inherited a mansion in a affluent neighborhood in London. She knew she was adopted …Read More »
- The Muse is the story of a young artist. She has immense talent, but is unable to accept who she is, and share her talent with the world. Her father …Read More »
- If you're making any resolutions this year, need ideas for goals, or are just on a journey of self improvement and learning, this book is a must read. It's easy …Read More »
- In The Atomic City Girls, June moves to Oak Ridge to work in one of the plants. She lives in a small dorm with 2 other girls and works during …Read More »
- In Orphan Train, Molly finds herself in trouble for stealing, she is lucky to get the chance to work off her time by cleaning an attic for an elderly lady. …Read More »
Welcome to my book review blog. Are you a book lover too? I know I am. I have had my “nose in a book” since I was a little kid. I built this website so I can share my love for books, by writing book reviews that will help you decide what to read next, by giving you insight into what the book has to offer.
In grade school, I forgo recess to help out in the school library. I spent my recess putting the books back on the shelves, and reading everything that interested me. I read my first real adult fiction novels when someone donated Jurassic Park and Congo to the library.
After high school, started to discover what I really loved about books. It wasn’t Sci-fi, or romance, or action. And I don’t focus on the authors anymore. What I love are books that inspire. I like historical fiction, stories that can teach me something about the past I didn’t know. Books that make me see the world from a point of view I never considered. I want to hear about strong women who fearlessly paved their way in the world. I want to read about people who had an influence, no matter how small. People who overcame and excelled when other thought they couldn’t. Give me a story about something unexpected, surprising or marvelous and I will be happy.
If you love all those things too, keep coming back to my book review blog and get ideas about what to read next. Then comment and let me know what you thought about the book.