REVIEW: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Book Title: Daisy Jones & The Six Author: Taylor Jenkins Reid Series: None Genres: Historical Fiction Published: March 5th 2019 by Ballantine Books REVIEW: Jumping into the fictional world of Daisy Jones & The Six was an emotional roller coaster ride I was not prepared for. Written to portray the good times and bad times…

MINI REVIEW: Moon Rush: The New Space Race by Leonard David

Book Title: Moon Rush: The New Space Author: Leonard David Series: None Genres: Nonfiction, Science Published: May 7th 2019 by Blackstone Publishing REVIEW: I have always had a great passion to extend my knowledge on the starlit canopy above us. In particular, I find the moon to be extremely fascinating and the information provided in this book…

The Better Sister by Alafair Burke

Book Title: The Better Sister Author: Alafair Burke Series: None Genres:  Mystery, Thriller, Fiction Published: April 16th 2019 by Harper REVIEW: I’ll admit it took me some time to review this title as I struggled to get into this story whenever I picked up my physical copy. Upon release, I finally took the plunge with…

REVIEW: One-Way Trip (Sniper Elite #1) by Scott McEwen

Book Title: One-Way Trip Author: Scott McEwen Series: Sniper Elite Genres: War, Thriller, Fiction Published: June 4th 2013 by Touchstone REVIEW: In search of a new series along the lines of my beloved Mitch Rapp, Kyle Swanson, Pike Logan and Court Gentry, I’ve discovered Gil Shannon… Master Chief Gil Shannon is a battle hardened, long…

REVIEW: The Invited by Jennifer McMahon

Book Title: The Invited Author: Jennifer McMahon Series: None Genres: Horror, Thriller, Mystery, Fiction Published: April 30th 2019 by Doubleday REVIEW: Suburbanites, Helen and Nate, seek the simple life by relocating to Vermont.  Striking an impassable deal on a vacant plot of land, they move forward with building the saltbox home of their dreams. What…

Music Monday! Twiddle – Lost In The Cold

I spent Friday night with my best friend watching a band I’ve been meaning to check off the long list of concerts I hope to see in my lifetime. While the scene wasn’t one that I usually find myself in—to each their own—these guys put on a great show. There was an abundance of lasers…

April – What’s on my Shelf?

Happy Spring! I am late posting this and may also be a bit ambitious this month with the number of reads I anticipate undertaking. I have left some off in fear of not being able to properly manage my time to tackle them all given my schedule, but by the looks of the books that…