I read The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and Spark Joy (both by Marie Kondo) and thought it would be a great idea to start rolling/folding my socks and underwear. It does take longer to put away after doing laundry but I kind of learned to appreciate it more in that time. When you have… Continue reading Socks and Underwear.
I love all books by Mary Higgins Clark but felt this one had a little more creepiness to it than some of her others. Loved it! Didn’t want to put it down and would definitely recommend it!
This past week, I wrote my first ever obituary. It was for my grandma. She passed away last month after a stroke. My uncle was originally going to write it but he asked me instead. I skipped all the names that are typically listed such as parents, those who preceded in death, those who survived.… Continue reading Writing an obituary.
This book was excellent! It’s hard to believe it was her debut suspense novel because it’s really good. I started this book yesterday and finished it today because I did not want to put it down! I love all her books and this one is just a good as the others. I’d highly recommend it.
I get how it works when you go to a website and buy something or search for something, then later you’ll be on Facebook or somewhere else and an ad will pop-up with the item you were searching for. I get it, your computer has your history and ties it together and shows you the… Continue reading Ads.
This book was alright. It’s well written but seems slow; not much really happens throughout it. I read Real Murders by this author and loved it but this book and her other stand alone book are not nearly as good. I wouldn’t recommend this one.
The first book by this author that I read was Real Murders (Aurora Teagarden series) and I loved it! So I jumped right into this one next and I didn’t like it nearly as much. It was a good book but I wish I had read these two in the opposite order. It wasn’t as… Continue reading Book Review: A Secret Rage by Charlaine Harris