PARIS by Edward Rutherfurd


This book was 800 pages long. It had been years since I even tried to read something so big. Even better, it covered different periods of time in Paris, following the same families and places. It is fantastic and completely swallowed me up.My mind is blown--how does one become patient enough to write something like … Continue reading PARIS by Edward Rutherfurd

Paper Towns by John Green


Spoiler Alert! Purchase Here When Margo Roth Spiegelman beckons Quentin Jacobsen in the middle of the night—dressed like a ninja and plotting an ingenious campaign of revenge—he follows her. Margo’s always planned extravagantly, and, until now, she’s always planned solo. After a lifetime of loving Margo from afar, things are finally looking up for Q … Continue reading Paper Towns by John Green

THE GODDESS TEST by Aimee Carter


*SPOILER WARNING. So there are a lot of 'fresh takes' on Greek myths. I like Cassandra Clare but she wouldn't be the first author I like to promote a fictional book about Greek mythology that's just way overrated. I didn't really expect much when I bought this book, but I was giving it a shot. Hopefully, … Continue reading THE GODDESS TEST by Aimee Carter

A Disgruntled Englishman on Biscuit Dunking


Right, ok, I’ve told you how to make the perfect brew, here, so it is only proper that you are taught the correct accompaniment to this magic potion, the dunked biscuit. Before we begin you are now English, it is a biscuit, not a “cookie”. Right onto business. Get your cuppa (If you haven’t got … Continue reading A Disgruntled Englishman on Biscuit Dunking

PARIS, MY SWEET by Amy Thomas


Complete with a cover that's pure eye candy (I must admit that the cover is why I first bought it,) this little memoir is vivid. Amy Thomas painted the city and people in it so I could feel a breeze on my face, or smell the Nutella crepe that she described with such enthusiasm. It … Continue reading PARIS, MY SWEET by Amy Thomas