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I read because I must. It's like breathing to me. And I love talking about books. But I'm also an Arsenal fan, a wine drinker, a music lover and weirdly obsessed with pop culture. I mostly blog about books, but sometimes about things I'm thinking or doing. When I'm not on the blog, I'm scoping deals for a professional services company, hanging out with friends, or seeing some live theater.

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Posted on 15 Mar 2017 In: Reading

Will’s Red Coat

When I was reading my ARC Will’s Red Coat, this is what I posted on my Facebook page: “That feeling when you’re reading a book you simultaneously want to savor and tear through; when you know your heart’s going to break and burst wide open at the same time. When it makes you want to […]

Posted on 6 Mar 2017 In: Reading

Appalachian Odyssey

I like wandering through the woods and doing some light hiking, but I have absolutely no desire to camp out anywhere that doesn’t involve a cabin, a bed, and a hot shower. So it may surprise people that I thoroughly enjoyed a memoir about hiking the Appalachian Trail. But I did! Appalachian Odyssey is the memoir […]

Posted on 16 Feb 2017 In: Reading

Meredith Schorr Re-Release: How Do You Know

Today in the Meredith Schorr re-release, we are celebrating How Do You Know? My review and your buying options are below. Enjoy! I like some Chick Lit, or lighter women’s fiction. It’s usually an entertaining read, and sometimes you gain some insight from the story. In my experience, though, once you pass a certain age, […]

Posted on 15 Feb 2017 In: Reading

Meredith Schorr Re-Release: A State of Jane

Today, in celebration of the re-release of Meredith Schorr’s books, I’m pleased to share A State of Jane. You can read my review and see links to get the book yourself at the bottom of this post. Enjoy! Meet Jane Frank. It’s been a year since her last (and only) long term relationship, and with […]

Posted on 10 Jan 2017 In: Reading

Hidden Figures

It’s another collaboration with Stephen Brown  of Silver Screen Capture. I read the book, we both saw the movie. I’m reviewing the book, he’s reviewing the film, and we both answered a few questions. If you haven’t heard of Hidden Figures yet, you will. The film is getting tons of buzz- more than the book […]

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