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Tomorrow’s Bread by Anna Jean Mayhew

Trigger Warning: This novel and review discuss the following: race and racism, death, gentrification, poverty. Goodreads Rating: 4 Stars Review: My IRL friend Amber from The Pedestrian Equestrian mentioned this book to me a few months ago, and I lucked… Read More ›

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May Monthly Wrap-Up

This month has been unbelievably hectic. A roadtrip, a wedding, family vacation, birthdays, and work work work. Lots of audiobooks this month and some Kindle reading because I have been on the go, go, go! First, let’s review what I’ve… Read More ›

Commonwealth by Ann Patchett

*Trigger Warning: This novel and book review discusses the following topics which may be triggers for some- death, adultery, and cancer. * Goodreads Rating: 3 Stars Review: I started Commonwealth via audiobook, and though I was intrigued and entertained my… Read More ›

The Girl Who Smiled Beads: A Story of War and What Comes After by Clemantine Wamariya

Trigger Warning: This novel and review discuss the following: loss of family, orphaning, war, war crimes, rape, death. Goodreads Rating: 3 Stars Review: This novel has been all over #bookstagram, reading lists, and bookstore recommendations, so when a friend of… Read More ›

Out East by John Glynn

Thank you to NetGalley and Grand Central Publishing for providing this eARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warning: This novel and review discuss the following: LGBTQ, sex, partying, drinking, drugs, depression. Goodreads Rating: 4 Stars Review: While perusing… Read More ›

March Monthly Wrap-Up

SPRING HAS SPRUNG! It feels wonderful to have mild temperatures, birds singing, green green grass, and SUNSHINE. I finally feel like I’ve come out of hibernation! Along with the wonderful slide into the season, I’ve kept up on reading this… Read More ›

Southernmost by Silas House

Trigger Warning: This novel and review discuss the following: LGBTQ, prejudice, religion, kidnapping, divorce. Goodreads Rating: 4 Stars Review: Local Kentucky author Silas House is considered a treasure to the area. Being relatively new, I didn’t know much about him… Read More ›

A Night With Silas House & Friends

Silas House is a local Kentucky author whose latest release, Southernmost, happened to be a local church group’s book club pick. For their group discussion, a quick pop-up event was held in the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepard in… Read More ›

What even is a Book Blogger?

Over the last three years I have been blogging about books and bookish things, and my friends and family have been aware of that fact. However, recently I’ve gotten more serious about this hobby of mine, and they’ve started to… Read More ›

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