A Happy Catastrophe- Book Review

A Happy Catastrophe- Book Review

Goodreads review: 4 / 5 stars A Happy Catastrophe is a sequel to the book Matchmaking for Beginners by Maddie Dawson. You don't need to read the first book to read this one, but it would definitely help in understanding the characters better. “And how many times do I have to tell you? Whatever happens, [...]

Dominicana – Book Review

Dominicana – Book Review

Shortlisted for the Women's Prize for Fiction 2020 By: Angie Cruz “How many women get to choose who to marry and can truly dictate their own life? As God is my witness, my daughter will have choices.” My summary of the book: Dominicana is a story about a 15-year-old Dominican girl, Ana Cancion, who is [...]

Float Plan- Book Review

Float Plan- Book Review

By: Trish Doller Float Plan by Trish Doller was a deeper story than I originally anticipated.  The main character, Anna, loses her fiancé, Ben, to suicide.  It was shocking to read and heartbreaking for both Anna and Ben.  Due to this topic's seriousness, Doller includes a warning at the beginning of her book letting her [...]

With Warm Weather Comes Bright Books! My Spring Reading List

With Warm Weather Comes Bright Books! My Spring Reading List

It is the first week of Spring, and I am so excited! I absolutely love this time of year. Snow is melting (even though Switzerland barely gets snow apparently), flowers and trees are blooming, and the temperature rises. The winter is behind us, and the day is getting longer! All I want to do is [...]

My COVID Lockdown Booklist

My COVID Lockdown Booklist

As a new year begins, the hopes of a new beginning away from COVID are slowly diminishing. In Switzerland, where I live, we enter into our 3rd week of lockdown, with three more weeks to go. One way I plan on passing the time is by reading some of the unopened books I still have [...]