This ARC was received through NetGalley, so huge shoutout to them (reading friends, if you aren't part of NetGalley - get on it!). Gem Golding is a public relations executive in bustling London, who seems to have it all - a boyfriend who she loves and is talking about a future with, a steady although … Continue reading The Victim (Max Manning)
Three Ways to Disappear is a beautiful story of love, and loss, and pain, and healing. It is inspiring and heartbreaking at the same time, and Katy Yocom has done an incredibly beautiful job in every way in creating this story.
Touted as a cross between Fantastic Beasts and Assassins Creed, that description hit the nail on the head.
While their vacation begins as most do - basking in the sun, swimming in the ocean, and enjoying a few too many cocktails - all hell quickly breaks loose.
Food Rules is the second physical book I've finished this year (which is super weird for me, since I always balked so hard over switching to ebooks!), but it was a super easy read. It's a guide of how and what to eat, broken down into 64 super easy "rules" for eating. Some of them … Continue reading Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual (Michael Pollan)