Better Than Fiction

After the death of her grandmother, Drew Young is now the new somewhat proud owner of The Book Nook. While she’s a self-proclaimed ‘book hater’ and non-reader, she adores the shop and sees it as her duty to carry on her grandmother’s dream. The only caveat is that she’s struggling to not only keep the…

November 2022 Book of the Month

Two months left in the year and Book of the Month is putting out a ton of books for November. November is the unofficially non-fiction month of the year. Maybe Non-fiction November is official, I’m not sure, but it is the month I tend to focus on reading more than just 1 non-fiction book, so…

Small Game

The show is called Civilization. The contestants are tasked with not just surviving but also with creating a new Civilization. The six contestants must forgo all comforts and find a way to live on their own with nothing but the clothes on their back and what the forest can provide. If they can hack it…

Now is Not the Time to Panic

“The edge is a shantytown filled with gold seekers, we are the new fugitives, and the law is skinny with hunger for us.” I love Kevin Wilson’s writing. If you have never read one of his books just know that ‘Quirky’ is the best way to describe them. I always find his books perfect to…

November 2022 Most Anticipated

Here we are, once again, almost halfway through another month. Even though there are 5 Tuesdays in November, I always find November to have the least new releases out of all the months. I normally use November to get ‘caught up’ on my TBR but this year I was pleasantly surprised by how many new…

The Cloisters

Let me preface this by saying I’m not the biggest fan of Gothic reads. Gothic books, tend to lean more heavily on a strong atmospheric vibe and less on the actual plot. As a huge plot based reader, this makes most Gothic reads a miss for me. But a couple blurbs about The Cloisters said…