Dear Martin – Nic Stone

For fans of “The Hate U Give”, you will also love Dear Martin by Nic Stone. This review won’t be long, since the premise is very similar to The Hate U Give (find the full review of this book here). Dear Martin is a quick read told through the perspective of Justyce, a well-rounded honor senior at a white-dominant…

Sick – Porochista Khakpour

  I love memoirs; I find them so intriguing and I get so lost in the author’s story and history. Sick, a memoir by Porochista Khakpour, was a whirlwind of a book and was almost unbelievable how much trauma and misfortune Khakpour has endured. This memoir kept my attention and was a quick read, but I…

How To Find Love In A Bookshop – Veronica Henry

How To Find Love In A Bookshop is such a sweet, simple and honest story that will resonate well with book lovers. If you want to know how special books and bookstores are to me, please pick up a copy of this. Most times it’s hard to accurately describe what books mean to me, especially to…

Clock Dance – Anne Tyler

Oh, how sweet and innocent this book was! Anne Tyler seems like such a sweet human being and I imagine she is the real-life version of Willa from Clock Dance.  Willa is a character that you will easily fall in love with. She is an older woman who believes her life can be defined by only…

The Last Time I Lied – Riley Sager

If you want to read a twisted book with the ultimate surprise ending, The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager is your match. I’ve really been on a thriller kick lately. I picked this book for July’s Book Of The Month read and I’m so glad I did! Side note – if you don’t know what…

The Perfect Mother – Aimee Molloy

I flew through this book – literally, it took me about 2.5 days to finish and that’s only because I have a full-time job I have to prioritize! I loved this book and could’ve easily read it in one sitting. I swear, every time I read a mystery or thriller I’m reminded why I love…