Re-activating my library card and reading more often were two of the most positive changes I made in 2019, and I hope to keep up the reading in 2020! January is a time for new beginnings, and true to the spirit of this month, I've been drawn to stories about characters pursuing fresh starts....

Has anyone else been following the movie casting gossip as closely as I have? What's on your reading list this summer? Let me know in the comments! And if you're looking for other book recommendations, check out my round-ups from January, March, and May. Shop the post

I have a million things on my to-do list and plans with dozens of people, but somehow I still manage to read. Let's just say my Kobo account on my iPad has seen plenty of action in the last few weeks. Without the magic of the pants to hold them together, and with the demands of their...

Now that summer is upon us and TV shows have started rerunning, I thought it might be nice to revive the book reviews feature on this blog in case you're looking for your next great beach read. First up: When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle. Excuse for a moment the horridly cheesy cover and...

My (Not So) Perfect Life touches on of-the-moment trends (social media, wellness, Gwyneth Paltrow) and combines them with a satisfying story on par with some of the best 90s rom-coms. 3. The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang. Speaking of rom-coms, if the buzz about author Helen Hoang's debut...

Highly recommend if you have a yen for Edith Wharton but are craving it in beach read form. I booked our first cruise ever (3 nights to LA this September!) and in a fit of anticipation I suddenly wanted to read all the books and watch all the movies set on cruise ships, which is why I...

Eat, Move, Think promises to be a no-nonsense, definitive, easy-to-read guide on everything you need to know about being healthy, written by the CEO of corporate wellness company Medcan. The short essays are split into 3 sections focusing on diet (eat), exercise (move) and mental health...

Remember how I said it takes a lot for a book to make me laugh out loud? Well, Dear Girls had me howling at every other paragraph, and then turning to Lawrence to read passages out loud so he could revel in the hilarity as well. There were so many good jokes and one-liners it would be...

You ever have a situation where you didn't know how bad it was until things became good? Well, I'd been reading ebooks on my iPad and I didn't realize how disruptive and harsh the blue light was (even in night mode), or how heavy the iPad felt when I held it for long periods of time (hello,...

I finally got around to reactivating my defunct library card recently and ever since then my reading rate has skyrocketed. In fact, I'm expanding this post to include 6 books instead of the usual 4—and I'm not even including everything I've read lately! Here are the books I couldn't stop...

 

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