I just finishing reading the book Forks Over Knives and I thought it presented a very convincing argument against eating meat and meat products (example: milk, eggs). So this got me thinking about vegans (I’m only thinking about vegans as far as food in concerned, I think actual vegans don’t use any products that contain/hurt… Continue reading Casual (Food) Vegan?
This book was great! It was fun, interesting, had great characters and a good plot. I have never read any books by this author before but I will definitely be on the lookout for more! This book doesn’t have any bad language or graphic sex scenes yet it still is suspenseful and mysterious but doesn’t… Continue reading Book Review: Real Murders by Charlaine Harris
This book was interesting and kept my attention. I don’t really know how I’d classify the book, though, it wasn’t a thriller but did have some suspense to it. There wasn’t really any bad language or graphic sex scenes, so that was nice – it still had an intriguing story. Overall, it was a good… Continue reading Book Review: When You Disappeared by John Marrs
This book was great! I loved it! Excellent “who dunnit” mystery – a real page turner right up to the end! There was one bad word on it, no sex scenes. It was written as a play but they give you the state set up drawing in the beginning so you can totally picture everything… Continue reading Book Review: The Unexpected Guest by Charles Osborne, Agatha Christie
I really enjoyed this book. I typically like learning about diseases and illnesses so that part of the book was interesting to me as well. Even though it is a fictional book, there is a lot of information about lyme disease that is true and is very intriguing. It isn’t much of a mystery but… Continue reading Book Review: Over the Edge by Brandilyn Collins
I enjoyed the first book and also enjoyed this one! This one goes into more of the details, frequently asked questions and includes some stories thrown in. I think it gives the first book more meaning and depth – it does repeat a little of what was said in the first book but in a… Continue reading Book Review: Spark Joy by Marie Kondō
I enjoyed this book. I can tell it was written for the teenage audience but I still thought it was interesting and it kept my attention and I liked it. It makes you realize that every action you take has consequences and you should consider what is going to happen afterwards and who it could… Continue reading Book Review: Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher