The Night Circus is one of those books that I've been meaning to read forever. I was slightly wary of it because of comparisons to Harry Potter. That's a tall order, especially to a super fan like myself. However, a few people that I know (and trust their bookish opinions), highly recommended it and it… Continue reading The Night Circus
Please pardon my hiatus; my summer reading took a nose-dive. I was sick for most of August, had a one week reprieve, then got sick AGAIN the first week of September, had another short break, but ended up feeling under the weather again this past Monday. The only thing I want to do when I’m… Continue reading The Summer Reading Slump
A Woman is No Man by Etaf Rum was one of the books I was looking forward to reading the most this year. It did not disappoint, but it also completely broke my heart. Here's the synopsis from the back of the book: "Palestine, 1990. Seventeen-year-old Isra prefers reading books to entertaining the suitors her… Continue reading A Woman is No Man
I love the month of June for two reasons. First, it's my birthday month and second, the current Broadway season culminates with the Tony Awards. Both my birthday and the Tony Awards occur around the second weekend of June. To me, it's the best weekend of the year. I was born a Broadway baby. If… Continue reading Broadway, Books, & Birthdays!
Please forgive my recent hiatus. Sometimes life gets in the way, but I'm back behind the keyboard! This week I’m talking about one of my favorite books, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. I bought it back in 2009 when it first published. I’m not sure… Continue reading The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
When you read as much as I do, there are going to be books that are less pleasing than others. I went through a dry spell last year where I read 3 or 4 books in row that made me feel completely indifferent. I don't like everything I read. Unfortunately, my latest read falls into… Continue reading The Windfall Falls Short
This week marked the end of the first third of the year! I can't believe it's already May. It doesn't quite feel like May yet, but I'm hopeful. I figured it’s a good time to reflect and recap what I read and drank during the first four months of 2019! Maybe you'll be inspired to… Continue reading Jan-April: Looking at the Glass a Third Full