School is out and it’s time for some relaxation. Here are nine books I recommend for your summer reading pleasure.
One non-fiction book and three fiction books made the list of my favorite books of April.
It’s Fall Break! You finally have a chance to curl up with a good book and read something for pleasure. Here are 12 books I recommend now that you have a chance to read what you want instead of what you’re assigned.
I gave two fiction books perfect ratings in September. One was a surprise. The other wasn’t. Either way, you should add them to your reading list. Happy Reading!
Estelle Paradise wakes up in a hospital severely injured. As she comes to, Estelle remembers that her infant daughter, Mia, is missing. But she doesn’t remember anything else. To clear her name as the prime suspect, Estelle must recover her memory, but she’s not sure she wants to. Remember Mia by Alexandra Burt kept my attention with great writing and a unique storyline, making it my favorite book of August.
Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone is one of a handful of young adult books I’ve read and fell in love with. The characters are relatable and the storyline is interesting, putting this book with The Fault In Our Stars and The Perks of Being a Wallflower on my list of young adult must reads.
Here are my three favorite books of January. What was your favorite book you read last month?