2016 POPSUGAR Challenge · Book Review

Book Review: Luckiest Girl Alive

Overview Ani FaNelli, 28, is a slick editor at The Women’s Magazine, pitching fluffy Cosmo-esque sex pieces. Ani is engaged to Luke Harrison, a wealthy man from an old money family. She is a successful young woman with everything going for her, but remains unsatisfied. A secret has haunted her since she was 14 years old. After getting caught smoking… Continue reading Book Review: Luckiest Girl Alive

2016 POPSUGAR Challenge · Book Review

Book Review: The Shadow of the Wind

Overview Barcelona, 1945: 10-year-old Daniel Sempere is bothered to discover he can no longer remember his late mother’s face. His father, a bookseller specializing in first edition and antique novels, decides Daniel is ready to go to the Cemetery of Forgotten Books. Daniel’s father forbids him from telling anyone, even his best friend Tomás, that a… Continue reading Book Review: The Shadow of the Wind

2016 POPSUGAR Challenge · Book Review

Book Review: Something From the Nightside

Overview John Taylor is a half-human, half-supernatural private investigator based in London who works in the “greyer areas of the legal and illegal.” Originally from the Nightside, the “secret, hidden, dark heart of the city…London’s evil twin,” Taylor left his home five years ago and has no intentions of returning. Sure, he might be living out… Continue reading Book Review: Something From the Nightside

2016 POPSUGAR Challenge

April Reading Challenge Round Up

Books Read: Sooo I accidentally deleted my photo of this month’s books and since they’re mostly library books I’ve already returned, I’m not going to be able to take a new one D: Pirates! followed two swashbuckling young women not only through the Atlantic Ocean, but also past barriers of race and gender. Challenger Deep followed another… Continue reading April Reading Challenge Round Up

2016 POPSUGAR Challenge · Flashbook Friday

Flashbook Friday: And Then There Were None

Pre-Reread Thoughts At some point in high school, And Then There Were None was mandatory reading in English class. As a fan of the Clue movie and The Westing Game, I was excited to read a murder mystery, and was determined to solve the case. I even kept notes on clues and characters, and I still wound up being completely… Continue reading Flashbook Friday: And Then There Were None