Imposter Syndrome | Kathy Wang | Book Review

Impostor Syndrome by Kathy Wang was one of my recent Book of the Month picks. The synopsis of was so intriguing! It follows a young Russian woman who has been recruited to become a spy for a governmental intelligence agency, and infiltrate a thriving tech company in Silicon Valley. Like I said, very intriguing right?Continue reading “Imposter Syndrome | Kathy Wang | Book Review”

The Last Goodbye | Fiona Lucas | Book Review

The Last Goodbye is a slow burn story that caused me to feel so many different emotions. It is a story of grief, of tragedy, of memories, of complicated family dynamics and of new beginnings. The first person you meet is Anna, who lost her husband three years ago, and is struggling with the loss.Continue reading “The Last Goodbye | Fiona Lucas | Book Review”

Float Plan | Trish Doller | Book Review

When Float Plan by Trish Doller was first released, I heard so many good things about it. So much so that I got onto Libby and put a hold on it. And after patiently waiting, I was able to borrow it, and it only took less than two days to read all of it. FromContinue reading “Float Plan | Trish Doller | Book Review”

Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid | Book Review

Daisy Jones & The Six was a crazy, wild ride and I loved every single minute of it. Are you sure this wasn’t a real band from the 1970’s? Because it felt so real! I want to be able to talk to them and learn even more about them. I want to continue to liveContinue reading “Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid | Book Review”

Paris Is Always A Good Idea | Jenn McKinlay | Book Review

Paris is Always a Good Idea by Jenn McKinlay follows Chelsea Martin as she tries to re-find the fun and fancy free woman she once was before life got in the way. I picked up this story because I liked the cover and was excited to read about a woman re-finding her happiness and redefiningContinue reading “Paris Is Always A Good Idea | Jenn McKinlay | Book Review”

Chasing the Four Winds

Reading, Writing, Nerding, and Honoring the Oxford Comma Since 1987.

A. A. MacConnell

When you write drabbles, you relieve the pressure of the epic novel expanding in your head.

The Calico Books

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