For when you feel the need to put some work into your best self, this reads for you.
Recently I downloaded a new app through my library called Libby that allows me to rent ebooks from the library and read them on my phone! That being said, I was recommended to read a murder myster, written by David Baldacci titled The Last Mile. After a weekend of reading, I had to share a... Continue Reading →
Recently we've been going to the library not only for kids books, but as adults my husband and I have tried to get back into reading to set a good example for little man. I've read some great books, but when I picked up Katy Tur's Unbelievable I was floored in the best way possible!... Continue Reading →
A feminist dystopian set in modern day Oregon, Red Clocks had me hooked from line one. The book focuses on four women and how their lives were affected by the passing of the personhood amendment, an amendment put in place that strictly limits female access to things such as IVF, birth control, and abortion. Now... Continue Reading →