August was a great month for new books and Book of the Month killed it with their picks again.
One of the most talked about books in August was The Whisper Man. This was also one of the books I was most excited for. Did it live up to the hype?
Working on my Book of the Month backlog brought me to reading Goodbye, Vitamin. A story about watching your loved ones become different people, thanks to Alzheimers.
I've been on a little bit of a hiatus recently with blogging but I'm back with my August wrap up!
Memoir's are normally outside my scope of reading genres. One of my goals in 2019 though was to read outside my comfort zone and if I hadn't been aiming to expand my horizons I would have missed out on this beautiful book.
Anyone need a good mystery with major Verity vibes? Look no further than Ruth Ware's newest release!
I've been MIA on posting about my Book of the Month books and picks. But I'm back and trying to catch up on my backlog. I'm taking it back to April today, see what I've been reading.
A book of love, service, and a life long bond between three women who excelled in a man's world.
What do you get when you mix a Brothers Grim fairy tale with a YA audience? The House of Salt & Sorrows!
My third read for August was a brick. At just at 800 pages, Chuck Wendig's newest release is anything but a bore.