Book of the Week: Thirteen Reasons Why

Let me just say I must have read this book when it first came out in paperback circa 2012 because I own the actual book..didn’t read it on Kindle.  I remember thinking that it was a great read.  I just researched and saw that I rated it 5 stars on Goodreads.   I also remember thinking […]

Book of the Week: Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

Milk and Honey was on my Kindle and I’m not even sure how it got there.  I don’t remember ordering but I’m guessing it was on sale one day and I just downloaded it on impulse. I ran across it  when sitting at Brook Run Park waiting on my son to finish helping the football […]

Book of the Week: Small Great Things

This one will stick with you for a while.  Admittedly if it takes me more than a week to finish a book– that isn’t a good sign.  It took me almost two months to finish this book.  However, because so many people STRONGLY recommended it to me, I decided to persevere.  I’m thankful I did.  […]

Book of the Week: The Sea of Tranquility

This book certainly lived up to its “unputdownable” status.  I simply loved it and have been thinking about Sunshine and Josh all week.  Keep in mind, I’m a teenager at heart and I love “young adult” literature.  I pretty much read it in one 12 hour sitting….couldn’t put it down. The Sea of Tranquility: A […]

Book of the Week: A Long Way Home

Stop what you are doing and check the theater listings for the movie LION right now.  You must see it…and see it on the big screen if you can.   This miraculous true story will have you on the edge of your seat.  This child actor (Sunny Pawar) will MELT even the iciest of hearts.  I […]

Book of the Week by a Local Author: The Ex-Wives’ Guide to Divorce

The Ex-Wives’ Guide to Divorce: How to Navigate Everything from Heartache and Finances to Child Custody Thankfully, I know nothing about divorce.  However, since I love to promote local authors I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to tell you about this book co-written by Dunwoody/Mill Glen’s own.. Valerie Shepherd.  Her unique friendship with the co-author […]

Books of the Week: Sean of the South

Sean of the South On March 1st my mother-in-law sent me a link to Sean of the South’s article entitled Yesterday.  She commented that she “loved this guy’s writing style”.  I don’t read everything she sends me (sorry Rosie) but I read Yesterday and immediately subscribed to get his stories in my inbox on a […]