One of my biggest pet peeves in the reading community is when people dismiss light and fun books as silly, pointless “fluff.” Like, unless you’re reading dense literary tomes then you’re not to be taken seriously as a reader. There’s a not-so-subtle misogyny in this view, too: men can read their Tom Clancy and Lee… Continue reading Review: Love on Lexington Avenue
When I read the synopsis for Sidelined, I knew I needed it: a female football coach takes the head coach position at a Minnesota high school, and sparks fly between her and her offensive coordinator. I am admittedly not much of a football fan but I love any book with strong female characters who push… Continue reading Review: Sidelined
Kids are heading back to school, but we still have several weeks left of summer. Maybe you have a Labor Day weekend vacation coming up, or are simply looking for a way to kick back and relax. Either way, I have eight reads perfect for these end-of-summer vibes. I love plot-driven, faster-paced, entertaining books during… Continue reading 8 Books to Read Before Summer Ends!