Home Field Advantage | Dahlia Adler | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Home Field Advantage? Home Field Advantage caught my attention from the moment I first read the synopsis. LGBTQIA+ romance? Sports romance? Secret dating? It sounded exactly what I needed. Plus, it was being released during Pride Month! So, it wasn’t very hard for me to click request on Netgalley, andContinue reading “Home Field Advantage | Dahlia Adler | Audiobook Review”

Tiger and Phil: Golf’s Most Fascinating Rivalry | Bob Harig | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Tiger and Phil: Golf’s Most Fascinating Rivalry? My boyfriend is a golfer. Honestly that is probably an understatement but I don’t have time to get into all that. Over the past almost two years of us being together, I have slowly started to understand bits and pieces of the game.Continue reading “Tiger and Phil: Golf’s Most Fascinating Rivalry | Bob Harig | Audiobook Review”

The Book of Knowing and The Book of Overthinking: Dr. Knows Guide to Untangling Your Brain | Gwendoline Smith | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to The Book of Knowing and The Book of Overthinking? I decided to listen to the advanced copy of The Book of Knowing and The Book of Overthinking because they were all about untangling your brain and calming it down. The author Gwendoline Smith is a clinical psychologist and has writtenContinue reading “The Book of Knowing and The Book of Overthinking: Dr. Knows Guide to Untangling Your Brain | Gwendoline Smith | Audiobook Review”

Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed To Be | Marissa R. Moss | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Her Country? Growing up, I was always listening to country music. Honestly, I feel pretty fortunate to have grown up in the era of Trisha Yearwood, Faith Hill, Martina McBride, and Shania Twain. And that is just naming a few artists from that time. We were also lucky to listenContinue reading “Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed To Be | Marissa R. Moss | Audiobook Review”

Wave | Diana Farid | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Wave by Diana Farid? I saw Wave on Netgalley and thought that it sounded like a beautiful coming of age story. It’s also set in the past (the year I was born) so I was curious about that. And it is written in verse format which is one of myContinue reading “Wave | Diana Farid | Audiobook Review”

Titanic: A Survivor’s Story | Colonel Archibald Gracie | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Titanic: A Survivor’s Story? Colonel Archibald Gracie was a passenger aboard Titanic when it hit the iceberg and sank on April 15th, 1912. Titanic: A Survivor’s Story is his first hand account of what happened during those final hours. When I came across this audiobook, I thought it would beContinue reading “Titanic: A Survivor’s Story | Colonel Archibald Gracie | Audiobook Review”

Anything But Fine | Tobias Madden | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Anything But Fine? Anything But Fine was available for review on Netgalley. I was immediately intrigued by the premise and of the main character being an injured male ballerina. I also could tell that this was going to be an emotional read but I was hoping for a bit ofContinue reading “Anything But Fine | Tobias Madden | Audiobook Review”

The Shadow Glass | Josh Winning | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to The Shadow Glass? The Shadow Glass was available for review on Netgalley. When I read the synopsis, it reminded me of movies that came out in the 80’s. These included Labyrinth, The Never Ending Story, and Princess Bride. Based on this, I was excited to enter the world of Iri.Continue reading “The Shadow Glass | Josh Winning | Audiobook Review”

Losing Our Minds: The Challenge of Defining Mental Illness | Lucy Foulkes | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Losing Our Minds? Losing Our Minds was available on Netgalley as an audiobook. With my background in psychology, I was intrigued by the topic at hand. As I have also been taking care of my own mental health, I was curious for that reason as well. I was curious toContinue reading “Losing Our Minds: The Challenge of Defining Mental Illness | Lucy Foulkes | Audiobook Review”

The Marriage Game | Sara Desai | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to The Marriage Game? I had been approved for The Singles Table on Netgalley. At first I didn’t realize that it was actually part of a series. When I pieced it together, I quickly jumped on Libby to see if the audiobooks were available. Thankfully both The Marriage Game and TheContinue reading “The Marriage Game | Sara Desai | Audiobook Review”

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