A memoir is one way to live a vicarious life. One way to imagine putting your feet into another person’s shoes. And this is us, in Taraji Penda Henson’s shoes, or as you might know her, Cookie Lyon. Frankly speaking, I knew little about Taraji other than her as Cookie Lyon in Empire and as […]
Good day, Nerdies! Today I have my bests and worsts from my 2019 reads. I read quite a bit in 2019, so I figured I’ll only pick five for each group, so it’d be five hits and five misses. Without further ado, let’s get on with it. BEST FIVE Good things must come first, so […]
Storyline Millie Morris is a beautiful but secretive criminologist, who has four of strictly platonic best guy friends from work, Reid, Chris, Ed, and Alex. These four are about all friends Millie hangs out with on daily basis. Pretty normal stuff they do together really, they have lunch, get coffee, talk and gossip together, and […]
Storyline Olive Torres is currently in a series of unlucky events. She’s just gotten laid off from her job, and she hasn’t gotten any call back from interviews she went through for months now. And today, she also gets to wear a super tawdry and super green dress which presses her boobs half-out on her […]
Storyline Hazel Bradford is truly one of a kind. She seems never not to stumble in every situation. At the very least, conversation with not enough to no filter at all is much to be expected from her. And whenever booze is there to spice things up, she’ll even step up and do things awfully […]
Hello, Nerdies! Today I have with me my first fantasy book review! Ever! And the lucky book is, Sabriel, which is also the first part of a trilogy, the Old Kingdom, which is written by an Australian author, Garth Nix. Storyline Sabriel is a young necromancer as well as the only child of Abhorsen, the […]
Let’s talk about Colleen Hoover. She is hell of a writer that you should know about. She has eight books on Scribd so far, and I’ve read four them. And here’s what I think about them …
Hi, Nerdies! I must be the last person in the blog-world who is still talking about her 2018 reads. But well, I am a slow reader and even a slower blogger, so please bear with me. And, Thank You. These were books I didn’t enjoy for several reasons, a chunk of them were because something […]
Here’s a summary of hits and misses and a trans-both from my January reads.
In short, Eleanor Oliphant is a weirdo. Although, she is surely the interesting kind.