Teacher vacation is over. Time for a shout out to the amazing books I read this summer. Here (in no particular order) is the top ten!
My to-be-read pile had to be moved to a closet shelf to accommodate its outlandish growth. In the spirit of helping you achieve the same, here are a few of my recent favorites: -HER DYING DAY by Mindy Carlson: Not only is this a great mystery about an aspiring filmmaker, it also has one of
Since things in general cost a little more right now (not a political comment, I am way too tired for that), I declared this a paperback Christmas. I like paperbacks anyway because they’re easy to slip into a purse, they help keep an author’s sales going, and it feels less tragic when I drop them
I’m with someone else right now, but I keep catching glimpses of you. Maybe we are meant to be. It’s finally here, our first date. I know your name, your job, things you like, all the major points. I don’t want to get ahead of myself, but you seem…perfect. We’re really getting to
I’m the relative/friend/acquaintance who gives books for every occasion. When I’m picking gift books, I’m looking for things that strike a chord in a wide variety of people. They aren’t necessarily my favorites (I usually like them, but my absolute favorites tend to be a little more esoteric and they change often.) These are books