Working From Home: How Not to Join an MLM

On Tuesday, I went into great detail concerning why it is unwise to join a multi-level marketing (MLM) company. You may also know these companies as direct sales. I talked about how they prey on women who are in places of need, like stay at home moms and military wives. But here's the thing: I … Continue reading Working From Home: How Not to Join an MLM

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Book Review: Surprised By Joy

Surprised by Joy by C. S. Lewis is one of those books that is a "reread" for me this year. I love this book. Lewis has been one of my favorite writers since I was a child, listening to The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe being read to me for the first time. Lewis has a knack for … Continue reading Book Review: Surprised By Joy

Book Review: The Long Hello

The Long Hello by Cathie Borrie has been sitting in my Kindle library for a while. I can't remember if this was a free pick from Amazon Prime or if I got it for free or cheap from a BookBub e-mail. But, I remember getting excited about the premise and snagging it immediately. And then never … Continue reading Book Review: The Long Hello

Book Club Book Review: The Key of All Unknown

This book review is part of my monthly buddy read/virtual book club with Brittany’s Pages! This month’s book, The Key of All Unknown, was provided by BookGobbler for free in exchange for an honest review. It is still available to request to read and review for FREE until the end of May!! Like I mentioned in the introductory post for … Continue reading Book Club Book Review: The Key of All Unknown

Book Review: Ready Player One

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline is among my top ten favorite books of all time. This action-packed, throwback-filled, exciting trip back to the 80s, set in the not-so-distant future. I first read this book back in late 2016, and picked it up to read again in anticipation of the movie being released this week … Continue reading Book Review: Ready Player One

Book Review: Lexicon

I picked up Lexicon by Max Barry several years ago after spotting it in Barnes and Noble and being immediately drawn in by the title. I am obsessed with language and words and this book and its premise seemed like a perfect "Rose book." I remember jumping into it as soon as I could, excited for this … Continue reading Book Review: Lexicon

Book Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane

The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman is mysterious, odd, mesmerizing, mystical, terrifying, and refreshing all at once. I received a copy of this book as a Christmas gift several years ago. Back then I read it in one sitting, and I would have today if it were not for adult … Continue reading Book Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane

Book Review: The Help

This was actually my second time reading through The Help by Kathryn Stockett. This book is absolute perfection. It deals with race issues in the deep South, in the small town of Jackson, Mississippi. What I love about this book is that it focuses on the day-to-day problems, not just the broad issues like Jim Crow laws … Continue reading Book Review: The Help

Book Review: Turtles All the Way Down

As per usual, I'm a little behind on the John Green hype. I seem to always wait to read his books until after the excitement dies down more. That's perfectly okay with me, I've never been one to be one of the crowd. The publishing of Turtles All the Way Down came after five years of silence … Continue reading Book Review: Turtles All the Way Down

Book Review: City of Heavenly Fire

Spoiler Alert! City of Heavenly Fire is the sixth and final book in the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. Therefore, this review contains major spoilers for the entire series, but especially the fifth book, City of lost Souls. You have been warned. Right before The Hobbit movies started coming out in the theater, I excitedly read the … Continue reading Book Review: City of Heavenly Fire