Unique Indie Books

I’ve read a few books this year by Indie authors, which have stood out from so many other books. The stories are different and the characters distinct. I don't know these authors, but their books deserve acknowledgements. They both shine brighter than thousands let alone have exceptional writing. I’d like to share them with you [...]

Rewards of Reading

It’s been a while since I’ve lost myself in a book, ingested the writing style, and finished with the proud feeling of ‘this is what writing is all about’. Over the summer, I read three books that I fell in love with for the writing styles, the stories, and characters. Fiction writing isn’t as easy [...]

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

My book club finished the book Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Before reading it, I was curious and appreciated being introduced to the book. Americanah is about a Nigerian woman, Ifemelu, who leaves University in Nigeria and her first love, Obinze, to work and study in America. It delves into her troubles as a Non-American [...]

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

Another day, another review. My husband and I joined a book club through meetup.com. This international site helps you meet people with similar interests. We've been slacking on reading,  so we thought a book club would get us back into the groove. We had our first meeting in December where we introduced ourselves and decided [...]

Follow You Home by Mark Edwards

Today is book review day, and I’ll be discussing Follow You Home by Mark Edwards, a psychological thriller. Book Description (I took Jeri's advice and wrote my own) This book is about Daniel and Laura, two Brits traveling through Europe before settling down and planting roots for their future. During their journey, they come across [...]