Book Review: Border Child by Michel Stone

Book Review: Border Child by Michel Stone

I remember reading the blurb for this book two years ago and thinking how relevant it was for that time. Now as 2018 has just wrapped up, it’s sadly even more relevant today. What I didn’t realize back then was that this book is a sequel to Stone’s...
Book Review: Motherhood by Sheila Heti

Book Review: Motherhood by Sheila Heti

Sheila Heti’s older book How Should a Person Be? seems a more apt title for her most recent work Motherhood   because it’s basically just a woman debating how she should live her life. This is the first book by her that I’ve ever read, so perhaps this is how...
Ivereadthis Jr. Edition: Very Rich by Polly Horvath

Ivereadthis Jr. Edition: Very Rich by Polly Horvath

YA (Young Adult) isn’t a genre I read often because…I’m not a young adult. And, I don’t have children who are anywhere near that age group yet (whew!). But, when Christmas time rolls around, I have to read a wide range of books I normally wouldn’t because I do lots of...
Book Review: Half Spent Was the Night by Ami McKay

Book Review: Half Spent Was the Night by Ami McKay

For those of you who have read Ami McKay’s first book in this series of sorts, The Witches of New York, you will have undoubtedly devoured her latest, Half Spent Was the Night, which is billed as its sequel. Despite it being so short it packs in quite a bit,...