Fantasy, Fiction, New Adult, Romance

A Court of Silver Flames

A Court of Thorns and Roses #4 I wasn’t sure I was going to enjoy A Court of Silver Flames as much as the first three books in the series, but ultimately my trust in Sarah J. Maas’ ability to redeem flawed characters made me realize there was no way I wouldn’t enjoy it! For… Continue reading A Court of Silver Flames

Biography, History, Nonfiction

Pirate Women by Laura Sook Duncombe

The Princesses, Prostitutes, and Privateers Who Ruled the Seven Seas I love all things pertaining to pirates, particularly women pirates. It's long been a fascination for me, piracy seemingly the only women many women could truly be "free" throughout history. I've had this book since it first came out in 2016 and tried time and… Continue reading Pirate Women by Laura Sook Duncombe

History, Nonfiction, True Crime

We Keep the Dead Close by Becky Cooper

A Murder at Harvard and a Half Century of Silence In my continuing efforts to read a book in every section of the store, I realized that the book I called true crime had a week argument at best. When I came across We Keep the Dead Close as an advance copy, I figured it… Continue reading We Keep the Dead Close by Becky Cooper

Fantasy, Fiction, Young Adult

Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles

Kingdom of Cards #1 This is one review I've been meaning to post for a LONG time - I met Janella in January and asked for three advance copies of her book so that I could buddy read it with two colleagues, who both finished it long before I did and absolutely loved it! Synopsis… Continue reading Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles

Biography, Book Club, History, Memoir/Autobiography, Nonfiction, Photography/Art

The Lady from the Black Lagoon by Mallory O’Meara

Hollywood Monsters and the Lost Legacy of Milicent Patrick I promise I was trying to be better about posting regularly this month, but the time, where does it go? The Lady from the Black Lagoon was the Nonfiction Book Club selection for June, so I really am behind with this one! Synopsis From the publisher… Continue reading The Lady from the Black Lagoon by Mallory O’Meara

Biography, Book Club, History, Nonfiction, Sociology

Bringing Down the Colonel by Patricia Miller

A Sex Scandal of the Gilded Age, and the "Powerless" Woman Who Took on Washington The latest Nonfiction Book Club book is one I'd been anticipating reading for quite some time and am very curious to see what my fellow book club members think of it! Synopsis From the back cover:Journalist Patricia Miller tells the… Continue reading Bringing Down the Colonel by Patricia Miller

Book Club, Classics, Fiction

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

I've been watching Little Women on near repeat the last few days to cope with being in the epicenter of the Pennsylvania Covid-19 outbreak. I re-read the book in the last month for the tenth time, but the first since I was fourteen and I'd nearly forgotten just how near and dear it is to… Continue reading Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Fantasy, Fiction, Historical, Young Adult

The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu

I almost posted another review today, but it's International Women's Day, so I knew I had to do a review of a book by one of my favorite female authors about one of my favorite women in history! Synopsis From the Jacket Flap:Born with a gift for music, Nannerl Mozart has just one wish: to… Continue reading The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu

Biography, History, Nonfiction

A Team of Their Own by Seth Berkman

How an International Sisterhood Made Olympic History I begged and begged our sales rep for an advance copy of this book, and it kept getting postponed again. And again. And again. Which meant by the time it found it's way into my hands, I just wasn't really in the mood for it, with the Winter… Continue reading A Team of Their Own by Seth Berkman