The Siren | Katherine St. John | Audiobook Review

Why did I read The Siren? The Siren came to my attention via Twitter or Instagram and was described as a rollercoaster of a story. I was intrigued and decided to borrow the audiobook so that I could check it out for myself. I was looking for a book that would provide a change ofContinue reading “The Siren | Katherine St. John | Audiobook Review”

Serena Singh Flips The Script | Sonya Lalli | Book Review

Serena Singh Flips The Script was such a fun book of self discovery and self happiness. It is a diverse read which allowed me to hear different voices and experiences. This book focuses specifically on Indian culture and the varying complexities of family and personal values. I found it to be engrossing and was investedContinue reading “Serena Singh Flips The Script | Sonya Lalli | Book Review”

Sisters in Arms | Kaia Alderson | Book Review

Sisters In Arms was another one of my Book of the Month picks. I was immediately drawn to the idea of learning more about the Six Triple Eight. I honestly had never heard of them before or if I had the information was very brief. So I began this book with an open mind andContinue reading “Sisters in Arms | Kaia Alderson | 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”

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