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

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...

first full-time job, reading for pleasure often fell by the wayside. That's something I'd like to change going forward as the winter break (and my subsequent bouts of sickness) made me rediscover the joy of picking up a real book. Here are a few I've enjoyed recently. What are you...

I'm so happy to report that since my last book round-up in January, I've continued to read voraciously in the past couple of months. "Love, love, love" seems to be the underlying theme of my latest round-up as my tastes tended towards lighthearted YA and uplifting romances. Here's a look at...

On October 24th, San Francisco's most fashionable, smart and savvy women (and a couple men!) descended upon the #HerBusyLife fashion and beauty blogger event. Celebrating the launch of TheFind for iPhone, the TheFind's team was on hand to share the new personalized shopping app. Outfitted in...

Bridget lives with longtime beau Eric in San Francisco and feels herself settling down but growing restless. Carmen is a successful actress in New York, engaged to a man none of her friends like. Lena immerses herself in art and teaching at the Rhode Island School of Design, trying to forget...

The Pretty Woman-esque story arc (glam vacations! fancy meals! nice apartment!) in the first half of the book is a lot of fun, but it's the thriller/murder mystery in the second half that will keep you up half the night reading. Hi, my name is Lisa and I'm addicted to Gone Girl-esque...

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,...

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...

More time to read. These books (which I received from publishers for review or bought on Kobo ages ago) were interesting enough to keep my attention even through a medication-induced haze. 1. The Party by Robyn Harding. What could go wrong when an affluent San Francisco family living in a...

 

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