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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 24 May 2017 In: Reading

Kim Vs. The Mean Girl

Remember high school? Remember that one person who got under our skin? Who just knew our weak spots and how to taunt us? Those little digs? Well, in Meredith Schorr’s debut Young Adult novel, Kim Vs The Mean Girl, you get to go back to those days and live vicariously as Kim tries to best […]

Posted on 2 May 2017 In: Reading

The Circle

This is another venture between Silver Screen Capture and TheBookFetishBlog. I’m reviewing the book, Stephen is covering the movie, and then we’re talking about them together. Dave Eggers did something in The Circle that not a lot of authors do for me: he gave me a main character I simultaneously wanted to slap and strangle, […]

Posted on 25 Apr 2017 In: Reading

The Handmaid’s Tale

Margaret Atwood’s dystopian The Handmaid’s Tale is indeed a classic. I read it years ago but didn’t remember much of it. With the Hulu series coming up, I decided to re-read the book before watching the series. I’m so glad I did because I don’t think I fully appreciated the insidiousness of the story on […]

Posted on 21 Apr 2017 In: Reading, Thinking

I Used To Be That Girl

When I was younger, I used to be that girl. The one who carried a book practically everywhere I went so that if I had a few minutes, I could read a few pages. When I was too young to drive, but had to along on errands, I would sit in the car and read […]

Posted on 30 Mar 2017 In: Reading

The Royal We

My friend Karen lent The Royal We to me to read, so I expected to enjoy it because she had liked it. What I didn’t expect was to be drawn in and have such an emotional connection to the story. “American Rebecca Porter was never one for fairy-tales. Her twin sister Lacey was always the […]

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