Invincible Summer by Alice Adams: A Review

The high today is supposed to reach 86 degrees, so even though we've got a whole month before summer officially begins, it feels like it's already here. And I'm totally okay with that because 1) IT'S SUMMER HELLO and 2) what better time is there to read a book called Invincible Summer?

(How many times can I say "summer" in one paragraph?)

I requested this book from Netgalley a month or so ago, and it's got all the makings of a beach read plus a little more substance. For my complete review, keep reading...

Gorgeous cover!

In Which I Ramble About Writing

I just finished the sequel to The Best Kept Secret, and now it's with my beta readers. It felt incredible to complete the work on those last few chapters, as well as on Emma's story, and despite the work that remains in terms of getting the book ready for publication, I AM SO DONE.

The Year We Turned Forty by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke: A Review

Happy Monday! This was a crazy/busy weekend for us, especially since I spent a big part of it prepping to begin my Whole45 today, but it looks like this week is going to be a bit slower. I'm looking forward to a little relaxation!

If you're also in need of a pick-me-up, might I suggest a book? That's my prescription for all the stressful things in life, and today I'm sharing my review of Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke's lovely third novel, The Year We Turned Forty.

Get your wallets ready, guys. You're going to want to head to Amazon when we're done here.