Book Review: Do This For Me by Eliza Kennedy

Book Review: Do This For Me by Eliza Kennedy

There’s a wealth of positive things that have come from the #metoo movement, one of them being a vast improvement in women’s contemporary fiction, aka ‘chick lit’. Do This For Me by Eliza Kennedy features wealthy attractive people struggling with domestic...
Book Review: The Bookshop of Yesterdays by Amy Meyerson

Book Review: The Bookshop of Yesterdays by Amy Meyerson

I’ve seen this book described as a cozy mystery by some, although I’d have to disagree with their label. Does some awful character die by murder and a lovely but bumbling detective solve the mystery of whodunnit? No, in fact it’s a sad book, a little...
Book Review: From the Corner of the Oval by Beck Dorey-Stein

Book Review: From the Corner of the Oval by Beck Dorey-Stein

U.S. politics have been dominating headlines lately , no matter which country you live in. I don’t pay much attention to them, and basically everything I knew about The White House and its protocol is based on things I’ve seen on the t.v. show House of...
Book Review: Mitzi Bytes by Kerry Clare

Book Review: Mitzi Bytes by Kerry Clare

This is a book about a stay-at-home Mom who does part-time work from home; she blogs, she loves reading books, she has a husband who works long hours and she doesn’t care for other ‘mommy’ opinions that she overhears on the playground. Does this...
Book Review: City Mouse by Stacey Lender

Book Review: City Mouse by Stacey Lender

There are certain books that are for a particular group of people, and City Mouse by debut novelist Stacey Lender is one of those reads. It focuses on Jessica and Aaron, married with two daughters living in a tiny rented apartment in Brooklyn, desperate to get more...