Book Review: Misery by Stephen King

I'm just gonna come right out and say it so I can get it over with and we can move on - I am 23 years old and just read my first Stephen King novel. If I'm being honest, and providing an excuse for myself, whenever I found out that he had written 50-60 novels… Continue reading Book Review: Misery by Stephen King

Book Review: Jill Santopolo’s “The Light We Lost”

[Image borrowed from Jill Santopolo's website because I returned my copy to the library today before I remembered to take a picture of it] This book is incredible. I realize that as far as opening lines go, this isn't exactly the most clever or witty, but it truly is the first thing that comes to mind… Continue reading Book Review: Jill Santopolo’s “The Light We Lost”

Joan Didion // “South and West” & “The Year of Magical Thinking”

  My first experience with Joan Didion's work was through her essays/notes compiled in her book South and West. This book was introduced to me through Emma Roberts and Karah Preiss's online book club, Belletrist. I followed them on Instagram and felt so lucky to have found a place to discover new books and authors, like… Continue reading Joan Didion // “South and West” & “The Year of Magical Thinking”

Book Review // “Everything I Never Told You” by Celeste Ng

I only recently came across Celeste Ng through her Twitter account (@pronounced_ing) and her handle alone told me that I was gonna like this woman. She appeared on my timeline through a Goodreads post promoting her newest novel, Little Fires Everywhere. After scrolling through her profile and seeing her witty and poignant responses to the idiot in… Continue reading Book Review // “Everything I Never Told You” by Celeste Ng