Unteachable by Leah Raeder (Elliot Wake) ­čôÜ BOOK REVIEW

My review of Unteachable by Leah Raeder (Elliot Wake) ­čôÜ A steamy story of an unexpected and forbidden relationship between a student and a teacher.

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The Secret Life of Cows by Rosamund Young ­čôÜ BOOK REVIEW

I read a hardback version of The Secret Life of Cows. Genre: Nonfiction Publisher: Faber & Faber Originally published: 2003 Pages: 137 (hardback)         Blurb by the publisher: Cows can love, play games, bond and form strong, life-long friendships. They can sulk, hold grudges, and they have preferences and can be vain.... Continue Reading →

How Do I Read You Ask?

I've been getting questions a lot lately from readers and friends wondering about my reading habits and routines so I thought I would share my answers with you all ­čÖé The Real Deal! The thing about books is that it's really all about the story and how it is told. But for book nerds like... Continue Reading →

Midnight Gratefulness 

Well in all honesty, the clock passed midnight way over an hour ago. But that is only a minor detail.  There's been so many surprises and wonderful things happening lately and at this very moment I'm lying in bed completely awestruck and so unbelievably grateful and excited! First off I have to mention that Paulo... Continue Reading →

Landline by Rainbow Rowell – REVIEW

Landline is an adult contemporary novel. I read this in a paperback edition published by Orion Books. Published: January 1st 2014 Publisher: St. Martin's Press Pages: 320 (hardcover) Audiobook length: 9 hrs and 3 min       ┬áSynopsis by the publisher Georgie McCool knows her marriage is in trouble; it has been in trouble... Continue Reading →

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