I knew from the description that I would love The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper by Phaedra Patrick and I did! If you liked The Rosie Project, The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry, or The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, then you will most definitely enjoy this one. Arthur Pepper is an older man whose… Read More Weekend Reading
It took me all week to get through this hefty novel but I enjoyed it and think you will too. The Milliner’s Secret: An epic and heart-wrenching love story set in wartime Paris by Natalie Meg Evans. Synopsis: Londoner Cora Masson has reinvented herself as Coralie de Lirac, fabricating an aristocratic background to launch herself… Read More Weekend Reading
This week I started a few books that I had downloaded and didn’t like any of them! I always blame my mood rather than the author’s writing. My reading slump ended when I picked up Orphan # 8, a gripping novel that I really liked. This novel by Kim van Alkemade is based on a… Read More Weekend Reading
Here’s what I’ve been into this week! Sing In The Morning, Cry At Night by Barbara J. Taylor Set against the backdrop of a coal mining town in 1913, the story centers around young Violet, a girl accused of killing her own sister. Her mourning mother grapples with a ghost she calls Grief while… Read More Friday Book Talk
Right this minute I am halfway through this book- Year of No Sugar: A Memoir by Eve Schaub. Its really, really good. I am picky about my nonfiction because while I love to learn, I hate to be bored. Nonfiction must be gripping yet interesting and if it makes me laugh, all the better! Because… Read More So many good books!