The Best of the Best Books for Social Change We Read in 2022: Mad Honey By Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan

Want to meet characters you’ll never forget? Read this book. Want to open your mind and heart and challenge your thoughts and preconceived judgements? Read this book. Want to explore current, relevant, important worldly topics to educate yourself and challenge bias? Read this book. Want to feel something and be forever changed? Read this book~Lindsay… Continue reading The Best of the Best Books for Social Change We Read in 2022: Mad Honey By Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan

My Biggest Thrilling Surprise ARC of 2022: The Island by Adrian McKinty

Well, Hot Diggity Dang!! It's been a while since I read a thriller that had me shouting that after reading it and wanting to share my excitement about it. I read only two thrillers in 2022 that evoked that reaction in me. I finished the year with one and read the other a bit back.… Continue reading My Biggest Thrilling Surprise ARC of 2022: The Island by Adrian McKinty

Winter Reading: The Winners by Fredrik Backman

The Beartown series is perfect to start or catch up on those long winter days and nights. Fredrik Backman wraps up his big-hearted emotional Beartown series in The Winners. So much has happened to the people of Beartown, from the first book to the last. Tragedy after tragedy is a recurring theme with humor and… Continue reading Winter Reading: The Winners by Fredrik Backman

Oh, Whilliam! and the Amgash Series by Elizabeth Strout

Oh, Lucy!! I love her so much!! She is one of my favorite people, I mean characters!! Oh William! has received a bit of buzz. It is a Booker Prize Nominee for Shortlist (2022) and has been on a few best book lists for 2021. It really is that good! I am still trying to… Continue reading Oh, Whilliam! and the Amgash Series by Elizabeth Strout

Such A Pretty Girl by T. Greenwood

What are some of the themes explore? Did the stories have me think deeply, challenge my thoughts, and see something different? Through themes that explore Mothers/Daughters, ambition vs. exploitation, and artist expression vs. obscenity, I began to see many things differently. T. Greenwood explores the often-flickering line between woman and girl. The story challenged my… Continue reading Such A Pretty Girl by T. Greenwood