And no more personal power: the bold bravado, the unwavering invincibility, the belief that they would always be on top, delivered from despair - because delivery was what they knew and delivery was what they believed they were entitled to. I hadn't actually heard of this book until I was invited on the blog tour, … Continue reading The Lightest Object in the Universe by Kimi Eisele (Blog Tour Review)
We are women now-- those of us who are alive, the ones who made it. For a while there, we didn't know if any of us would. Reading memoirs was part of my 2020 reading goals, and so far I've been blown away by the power of the ones I've read, so when I got … Continue reading Ordinary Girls: A Memoir by Jaquira Diaz (Blog Tour Review)
HARROW LAKE by Kat Ellis was on my radar the second I saw the amazing VHS tape arcs floating around, and then I read the premise and knew I had to get my hands on it.