Chloe Cates Is Missing brings up some important issues surrounding how much of our children's social media identify should be determined by us instead of them.
Buckingham and Shepard have created some colorful characters that remind me a lot of the real-life (or were they?) shenanigans on Laguna Beach.
Well, I turned 40. It happened. And it doesn't feel THAT bad. It actually feels strikingly similar to 39. Although the older I get, the more I question exactly how hard I should work to lose that last 5 or 10 lbs. And I wonder if maybe there is happiness in just not caring and... Continue Reading →
Sometimes I feel like I inadvertently get on a theme. The last book I reviewed was about a former high school "it girl" who turned up dead. Now this one is about a girl who, approaching her 25 year high school reunion, is contacted by a girl that literally did not make it out of... Continue Reading →