As someone who LOVES British television, I have followed Red Nose Day for years. It’s a fabulous tradition and I’m excited to see it get picked up here in the U.S. So when I got a press release recently, I knew without a doubt that I was going to share […]

Red Nose Day May 25

Where the Dead Lie by C.S. Harris Genre: mystery, historical, suspense, Publisher: Berkley Date: April 4, 2017 Sebastian St. Cyr is a man that you do not want to cross. The venerable Viscount Devlin is not a man that lets go of injustice. It’s one of the reasons that his […]

Book Review: Where The Dead Lie

Thirty-Two Going on Spinster by Becky Monson Genre: comedy, romance, contemporary Publisher: CreateSpace Date: December 2012 Julia Dorning is pretty convinced she’s a spinster. And if she’s not, she’s going to be. At the ripe old age of thirty-two, she’s not married and she lives with her parents. Even though […]

Book Review: Thirty-Two Going on Spinster

I hate conflict. I really do. During the election season, I kept my head down and refused to engage in any sort of debate. I even begged out of a bunch of conversations when people would tag me and ask for my opinion. I really, really hate it. (And I’m […]

Our Culture of Shame

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty Genre: mystery, suspense, thriller Audiobook (courtesy of Anyone who has been to public school knows that it can be hard. Really hard. Any mom who has dropped off their kid for the first day of Kindergarten or at a  new school knows that […]

Audiobook Review: Big Little Lies

Okay, let me start here by saying that I hate confrontation. For most of the election season, I kept quiet on all topics. I tend to shy away from debate. Maybe I’m a people pleaser. Maybe I am just not strong enough on the debate side. I really don’t know. […]

But I have the right to…..