Book Review: The Perfect Mother by Aimee Molloy


I am back with another book review. This is one of the books I read late last month and it was also part of my 10 Most Anticipated Reads. I am not sure what my fascination is with this book (likely the cover), but the moment I saw this book and found it there would [...]

Cooking From Books


I just recently started a little challenge with my bookstagram friends called Bookish Cooks. I started it as a way to challenge us to use the cookbooks collecting dust on our shelves. There are no official rules and all you pretty much have to do is share what your're cooking and use the hashtag #bookishcooks. [...]

Book Review: The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah


This is my honest review for The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah. It does contain spoilers, so if you have not read this book yet, please proceed with caution. About the book This book is written by Kristin Hannah and was released in 2018. Hannah also wrote The Nightingale, True Colors, Firefly Lane and many [...]

Book Review: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel


"When you're in danger, you call the police. Hot water pours from faucets. Lift a receiver or press a button on a telephone, and you can speak to anyone. All the information in the world is on the Internet, and the Internet is all around you, drifting through the air like pollen on a summer [...]

Book Review: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones


I would like to first acknowledge that my opinions on books are not always going to be popular. Prime example; Toni Morrison. Although I love what she has done and look up to her as a writer I cannot lie and say that I like her writing. I have tried to read her books and [...]