AWRW Book Review: Nine Lives by Author Erin Lee @CrazyLikeMe2015 @LimitlessBooks

Three teenage sisters didn’t mean to destroy their family… Sisters Laina, Faith, and Sadie Nelson know they are to blame. There was no way to predict how their lives would shatter with just a few lies—but they did, and now they fear the pieces are too many to pick up. Had their parents let them […]

AWRW Book Review: Wave To Papa, by Author Erin Lee @CrazyLikeMe2015 @LimitlessBooks

Dawn Winchester is sure Dan didn’t mean to hurt their toddler son Noah…again. With the media swarming her on the courthouse steps, her husband in jail, her teenage daughter already in foster care, and a determined case worker and vigilant court appointed guardian fighting to “protect Noah,” Dawn doesn’t know where to turn. Nobody cared […]

AWRW Way Back Wednesday Book Meme: A Child Called “It”, by Dave Pelzer

Way Back Wednesday is a Book Meme created by A Well Read Woman with the aim to write mini book reviews on books read in the past, that left a lasting impression. You know what kind of books I am talking about… The ones that you have read multiple times, and they still bring you […]

AWRW Way Back Wednesday: The Silver Linings Playbook, by Matthew Quick

Way Back Wednesday is a Book Meme that I created with the aim to write mini book reviews on books I have read in the past, that left an impression on me. You know what kind of books I am talking about… The ones that you have read multiple times, and they still bring you nostalgia. […]

Crimes Inspired By Fiction: Do Horror and Mystery Writers have a Moral Obligation to their Readers?

  Is it possible that someone who was already intent on committing a crime could learn tips and tricks from a novel to aide them in said crime? If so, do horror and mystery writers have a moral responsibility to their readers, to NOT provide an accurate textbook, if you will, on how to kill […]

Happy Easter! The Chocolate Book Tag

Happy Easter everyone! In keeping with the Easter spirit, I found a chocolate book meme created by Well Done Books that I of course MUST participate in! The idea is to compare your favorite books with different types of chocolate. Check it out! 1.) Dark Chocolate: A Book with a Dark theme/content. This book, Such a […]

Book Review: The Divorced Not Dead Workshop, by CeCe Osgood

After the company she is working for downsizes and lays Dorsey Bing off, she decides to go with her brainchild idea of focusing on, and creating a dating workshop. If she puts all her energy into creating a dating workshop for divorcees, she can take her mind off her crappy love and work life. With […]

Book Review: January First: A Child’s Descent into Madness and Her Father’s Struggle to Save Her, By Michael Schofield

I laughed, I cried, and I wanted to throw my book across the room at certain parts! January First is a memoir written from the perspective of a Father with a schizophrenic daughter. I felt so close to her, and her family as I read their story. It was hard for me to finish the […]

Book Review: Such a Pretty Girl, By Laura Wiess

Such a Pretty Girl is a novel about a courageous 15 yr old girl who is forced to face the man who raped her after a brief 3 yr prison sentence. This man is her father, and he is coming home… She takes the burden of becoming ‘jail bait’, setting cameras up in their home […]

Book Review: Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness

Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness is a memoir written by a journalist at the New York Post about her lost month struggling with a rare auto-immune disorder that attacked her brain; specifically, she had Anti-NDMA receptor encephalitis, (which is just as perplexing as it sounds). Cahalan takes her readers through her paranoia, delusions, […]