Do Not Let The Heat Kill You

It is almost officially summer, according to my calendar, and it is already so hot that walking around is hard to do without sweating through all of your clothes. It is only fitting that this week’s book deals with years of drought and heat so […]

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What Does Home Feel Like To You?

When I think of home, I immediately think of my parents and the home I grew up in. I then think outside of that home to my grandparents, aunt, cousin all the way to the Piggly Wiggly I worked at during high school and that […]

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Joie de Vivre

Finally it is time for the pools to open and for me to get a little bit of sun! Happy Memorial Day weekend, ya’ll!  According to the weather channel it is supposed to rain and be gross all weekend so not fun but I am […]

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“If you’re out on the road…”

What person does not know the song lyrics to “Where you Lead” the theme song to one of my all time favorite shows, The Gilmore Girls. When the reunion was finally announced I could not be more excited to finally see closure to a show […]

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How a Zoo Saved a City

Happy hump day! Can you feel the weekend in the air?! Well if you are looking for a fantastic read that will educate you and make you feel all the feel’s then look no further.  The Zookeeper’s Wife by Diane Ackerman has written a very […]

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Ruth Ware Killing It Again

The first book by Ruth Ware I read was such an exciting read that I could not wait to see what she would write next.  In a Dark Dark Wood took the reader on a journey of who done it and Ruth takes the reader […]

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Four Books in Four Weeks

The title of this post might impress you and maybe it should be the reality is I read a four book series in four weeks. Author Robert Bryndza created this easy to read series that left me eager to turn each page to see what […]

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Book Review: Rich Bitch

Ever since I was little I knew how to spend money and when I was hired for my real first job, it was no different.  I made good money for a high school student yet it kept disappearing on me. I was sure someone was […]

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