The heart of love is patience And this coffee that I’m making And you –“Sunday Morning Stasis” by Joseph Fink
By: Kazuo Ishiguro Fiction 2005 Subject Matter: Women; England; Cloning; Organ donors; Donation of organs; Tissues Rating: 4/5 I’ve been staring at the screen for a while now trying to figure out where to start this review.
By: Debbie Macomber Rose Harbor Series Book #1 Fiction 2012 Rating: 2/5 I say Book #1, but The Inn at Rose Harbor has quite the lineage.
By: Katharine Butler Hathaway Nonfiction 1942 Subject Matter: American authors; 20th century; Biography; Pott’s disease; Patients; Women; Maine; Castine Rating: 5/5 The Little Locksmith is ostensibly a memoir about a young woman who purchases a house. In reality, it is… Continue Reading
By: Renee Swann Lovers Trilogy Book 1 Fiction 2014 Rating: 1.5/5 You know the emoji of the “hear no evil” monkey? It’s one of my favorites. And it is the perfect emoji for this book. What even is Ground Rules?
By: Jhumpa Lahiri Fiction 2008 Subject Matter: Bengali Americans; Bengali; South Asian people; United States Rating: 4/5 Unaccustomed Earth reminded me how much I LOVE SHORT STORIES! Since college, I’ve stuck mostly to novels or nonfiction. But Jhumpa Lahiri‘s collection… Continue Reading
By: Michel Faber Fiction 2002 Subject Matter: Great Britain; History; Victoria, 1837-1901; Perfumes industry; London; England; Young women; Prostitutes Rating: 4/5 The first thing I did after finishing this book was sit back and take a long, deep breath.… Continue Reading
By: Hillary Frank Fiction 2004 Subject Matter: Interpersonal relations; Elective mutism; Letters; Puns and punning; Colleges and universities; Family problems Rating: 3.5/5 I first read I Can’t Tell You sometime in middle school. And I’ve been recommending it ever… Continue Reading
That summer, Mac and I got jobs together at a fast food joint. We needed cash. Abby was hard into the college search already, plus she was getting two allowances, one from each parent, at this point. So she would… Continue Reading
I have some really good memories from before. ***** I met Abby in the seventh grade. I don’t remember when exactly, but that was the year all the school zones got realigned, so we ended up at the same middle… Continue Reading