A Thousand Steps is everything you want a book set in the late 60's/early 70's to be.
I recommend The Last Guest to anyone who loves a good mystery. It's a fun story to pick apart and try to figure out who the murderer really is.
But how do you behave when your spouse is in love with you? Well, not exactly, but rather a cloned version of you?
If you liked Stand By Me, or IT, or just plain have nostalgia for the days when we would tell scary stories around a campfire--or a well in the backyard, check this one out.
Summer is a great time for reading. It brings to mind lazy days of relaxing on the beach with a book, not a care in the world or a schedule to keep. Maybe 10 years ago before I had kids, or maybe 10 years in the future when they are old enough to not need... Continue Reading →
The first time I picked up Clare Mackintosh's first book, I Let You Go, I read the first chapter, and put it down. Nope! It starts out with a small boy getting killed in a hit and run. And with 3 small boys of my own, it just wasn't a plot I could stomach. Then... Continue Reading →
It's been super balmy and nice here in the midwest the last couple of weeks. Yesterday it was 65! Today, it was 30 and crazy windy. And I think yesterday was the last nice day. Of course, it's much cozier curled up by the Christmas tree when it's cold outside and you can hear the... Continue Reading →