I don’t know how to talk about this book without spoiling things (you really need to go in as blind as possible), so I’m afraid my review might be brief. Suffice it to say Carlino put me through an emotional wringer that I won’t soon forget! What Fed My Addiction: Charlotte getting her life together. Charlotte feels like a screw-up who just can’t seem to get life right—whether it’s work or romance or family … she just can’t seem to make everything work. Eventually, she comes to realize that a lot of her issue is just confidence, and I loved seeing her find herself and learn to take chances. The romance in this book is almost less about romance than it is about Charlotte coming to realize that she can make her way in the world—and finding a partner to do that with. Focus on family and friends. Charlotte’s relationship with her… Read more »
Month: August 2017
The title of this book does not lie. There were some surprises in this book that caught me totally off-guard (and a few that I guessed, but that’s par for the course). Many characters in the book are deceived by someone or other, but of course, I can’t tell you much more than that. In fact, this is a tough book to review without giving things away, so I’m going to have to be very generic in my review, and you’ll just have to trust me that you’ll want to read to find out where it all goes. What Fed My Addiction: A double life. I’m always sort of fascinated by books where a character has to live undercover, and that’s definitely the case here. Tessa and her entire family have spent years on the run. They rarely live somewhere for more than a few months and they bring almost nothing… Read more »
Hey, everybody! You may have noticed that I’ve been a little scarce lately. Things have been incredibly crazy around here. So, I’m headed off on vacation and I’ve decided to just go ahead and take the time off from blogging. I’ll be back on August 14th. Since I won’t be posting my normal Sunday Posts, keep an eye on my Twitter feed for blogoversaries and birthdays, giveaways and preorder deals; I’ll tweet them when I can!
It’s time for the July Wrap-Up Round-Up! This is the link-up for our July wrap-up posts. If you don’t already know about the Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up, read the information below: Every month, at the end of the month, I’ll put up a monthly wrap-up link-up post where everyone can link up their month end posts. There are no specific requirements for what needs to be in your post, as long as you have a book blog and your wrap-up summarizes your month in some way. Then, one week later, I’ll create a giveaway that encourages people to visit YOUR month end link-ups, giving entries for commenting and/or sharing. Anyone can participate in the giveaway – you won’t have to actually link up in order to participate. I also plan to turn it into a fun scavenger hunt type game by allowing Random.org to choose some of the posts… Read more »
Welcome to the August monthly link-up for the 2017 Book Blog Discussion Challenge hosted by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction and Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight! Hi, everyone! Hope everyone is doing well- and keep the amazing discussions coming! The winner of our June discussion challenge link-up was AJ @ Read All the Things! She chose History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera, a fabulous choice! Hope you love it, AJ! If you don’t know what this challenge is all about or haven’t signed up yet (but want to), head on over to the challenge sign-up page to learn more! Even if you’d rather not join, we hope you’ll stop by occasionally to check out the MANY discussion posts that are being linked up here – there are lots of great discussions going on! We’re no longer giving discussion ideas each month (because not that many people seemed… Read more »