Just Read: “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing” by Matthew Perry

Read November Dammit, Matty, could you be any more honest? I debated reading a copy vs listening to the audio because Matthew Perry narrates it himself and I enjoy his voice. I’m a longtime fan of Friends and was one of the many people watching the series finale the night it aired – I stillContinue reading “Just Read: “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing” by Matthew Perry”

Just Read: “In a Holidaze” by Christina Lauren

Read December – February Well if it isn’t old so and so, actually reading a book! I’d like to say I remember when I bought this book but unfortunately I don’t.. I do definitely know why though – I love Christmas and, well, I had every intention of reading it in December. I did readContinue reading “Just Read: “In a Holidaze” by Christina Lauren”

Just Read: “Rock Paper Scissors” by Alice Feeney

Read September 8, 2021 – September 10, 2021 This was one of my Book of the Month picks for September and it was actually published last week, officially! BOTM always has new and early release options every month, which makes me feel on top of the latest and greatest. Sometimes I’ll pick one for theContinue reading “Just Read: “Rock Paper Scissors” by Alice Feeney”

Just Read: “How Sweet It Is” by Dylan Newton

Read September 5, 2021 – September 6, 2021 My one book purchase for the long weekend got devoured immediately! I am a Forever fan; Newton’s publisher rarely disappoints and I was already able to tell by the synopsis on the back of the book that this is the best time of year to read somethingContinue reading “Just Read: “How Sweet It Is” by Dylan Newton”

Just Read: “Beach Read” by Emily Henry

Read September 4, 2021 – September 5, 2021 Dear TBR Shelf – why have you let me stare at this book for months without reading it? You should have shouted at me, “This one. Pick this one up, now!” I’m glad I made a point to start reading a couple that have been sitting there because, myContinue reading “Just Read: “Beach Read” by Emily Henry”

Just Read: “56 Days” by Catherine Ryan Howard

Read September 2, 2021 – September 3, 2021 Another one from the TBR shelf, I’m so proud of me… except I may or may not go to the bookstore this weekend and get more books. The crowd of books waiting to be read is never really getting smaller! 56 Days grabbed my attention in July as one ofContinue reading “Just Read: “56 Days” by Catherine Ryan Howard”

Just Read: “Waiting for Tom Hanks” by Kerry Winfrey

Read August 28, 2021 – August 31, 2021 I finally read a book from the TBR shelf – yeah, it’s more of a shelf than a pile! I’ve probably had this book for about a year and what initially caught my attention was Tom Hanks. I wouldn’t say I’m waiting for anybody but when IContinue reading “Just Read: “Waiting for Tom Hanks” by Kerry Winfrey”

Just Read: “The Last Thing He Told Me” by Laura Dave

Read August 27, 2021 – August 27, 2021 This was a pick by a book club I’m in. The book club is pretty big but on average I’d say only 4-5 people end up being able to meet and it’s not necessarily the same people. I don’t always go; it depends on the book andContinue reading “Just Read: “The Last Thing He Told Me” by Laura Dave”

Just Read: “A Touch of Malice” by Scarlett St. Clair

Read August 22, 2021 – August 24, 2021 Scarlett St. Clair may be my new favorite author… please buy me all of her books! I found her Hades x Persephone Saga when I was looking for a fun read about Persephone, the Greek Goddess of Spring. St. Clair has published several other books outside of this series andContinue reading “Just Read: “A Touch of Malice” by Scarlett St. Clair”

Just Read: “A Touch of Ruin” by Scarlett St. Clair

Read August 18, 2021 – August 22, 2021 I figured I better hurry up and write my review for this before I am completely out of touch with the events from ATOR specifically. I read St. Clair’s A Touch of Darkness, the first book in her Hades x Persephone Saga, downloaded and read this one, and then immediatelyContinue reading “Just Read: “A Touch of Ruin” by Scarlett St. Clair”