2019 Reading Challenge

I have read 200 of 200 books for the 2019 Reading Challenge! What should I read next? http://www.goodreads.com/user_challenges/14960753 It was quite a struggle sometimes but I finally scaled through. Let's see what this new year has for me. Happy New Year and have a good reading year. Cheers!

20 Best Books of 2018

At the beginning of the year, I posted a list of books that I wanted the read and took the Goodreads Challenge for 2018. My target for the number of books was 200. Too high of a book number, right? But I can say that the year was a great one especially in reading. So … Continue reading 20 Best Books of 2018

May Reads: Thrillers/Mystery

The Marriage Lie Author: Kimberley Belle Published: 2016 Page: 334 Rating: 4/5 stars Goodreads Iris and Will's marriage is as close to perfect as it can be: a large house in a nice part of Atlanta neighborhood, rewarding careers and the excitement of trying for their first baby. But on the morning Will leaves for … Continue reading May Reads: Thrillers/Mystery

Happy Mother’s Day

Today is Mother's Day! A day set aside to celebrate the women in our lives who have been of great impact, physically and emotionally. Mother's Day holds a different meaning for anyone whose mom has passed away. But just cause a mother has passed, there's no reason why her family shouldn't continue to celebrate Mother's … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day

Book of the Month (March)

Title: The Hate You Give Author: Angie Thomas Publisher: Pages:400 Rate: 5*/ This book no matter how one sees it is quite timely and eye opening. A thoughtful, heartbreaking and honest account of racial tensions//issues in America today. "Black Lives Matter" "A hairbrush is not a gun". Starr, the heroine in the book is 16 … Continue reading Book of the Month (March)

Birthday Notes

Another year, another birthday🎂🎉🕯️🍰🎁🎈 (4/20) Yay!!! In the past year, there were times when the earth stopped moving and seems like the weight of it's gravity was pulling me down, deeper than I ever thought possible. I stumbled and tumbled farther than I can ever imagine falling. The sun went black and my heart felt … Continue reading Birthday Notes