All the books I read this year. Joy Enough: A Memoir by Sarah McColl https://bookthrasher.com/2023/01/21/joy-enough-a-memoir/ The Princess Trap by Talia Hibbert - A spicy hot romance.
Do you like to read memoirs? How about autobiographies? What's the difference, anyway? I think a memoir is more personal, a self-examination but not necessarily a life story whereas an autobiography is a retelling of a life, start to finish. Let's see what google says: A memoir is a nonfiction narrative in which the author … Continue reading Joy Enough: A Memoir
Two thousand twenty two was such a stellar year of reading that I had a hard time choosing my favorite books. After mulling it over for a few days here are my list(s). What was the best book you read last year? THE BEST OF THE BEST: FICTION, NONFICTION, AND COFFEE-TABLE BOOKS The Unfolding by … Continue reading The best books I read in 2022
My blog's tag line is one book leads to another because it's true for me! Here's how it worked with Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor. I read about it in a magazine and wrote the title down in my notebook. Months later I finished listening to Matrix by Lauren Groff on audiobook and was so … Continue reading Remote Control
I seem to have established a tradition of reading Lauren Groff late in the year. The last book I read in 2021 was her Fates and Furies and it ended up as the final addition to my best-of-the-year list. And now at the end of 2022, Groff is once again helping me close out my … Continue reading Matrix
Dear fellow readers, Thank you for sticking with me another year! I love sharing what I'm reading and as always, I hope you found some new books and authors through my reviews. Speaking of reviews, it's the middle of December and I'm so behind. Books I read over the summer and fall. Coffee-table design books … Continue reading 2022: winding down and gearing up
Published by Alex Johnson in 2012, bookshelf is a small, square ode to bookshelves and book-centric interior design. Hardly any of the featured bookshelves are traditional. Instead they’re mostly off-kilter, deconstructed, hanging, curved, abstract, and above all, imaginative. The shelf designers featured by Johnson are clever and inventive. There's lots of ladder-type shelves, cubes, honeycombs, … Continue reading bookshelf