Book Review #38

So, I really enjoy Nia Vardalos. She’s refreshingly not “Hollywood”. In this book she talks mostly about her struggle to become a mom. The journey that we take with her is entertaining and a bit heartbreaking. She is very open about her experiences and you really feel for her when she is able to adopt and start on her new journey. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes Nia Vardalos, and anyone struggling with trying to start a family. Two thumbs up. Continue reading Book Review #38

Book Review #37

Oh my gosh, I have been slacking so much! Time is just flying! I really can’t believe that it has been so long since I posted a book review! So, for today let’s talk about I’ve read a few of Melanie Benjamin’s books and I really enjoy the research that she puts into them. This one is about the socialite society that surrounded Truman Capote. This was a very interesting read, and it came from different angles than you might think. It is definitely not written in a biographical style even though that really is what this novel is in … Continue reading Book Review #37

Book Review #34

One of my favorite “classic rock” bands. I listen to and sing their songs all the time. Learning some of the stories behind the songs and the band were interesting. Since this was before my time, there were many details that I did not know about. If you were/are a fan, you probably would know some of the stories that are told in this book. It is a nice insight to the music business of the 70’s and 80’s. As with other books of this type, I of course listened to this one too. Are you a fan? Give it … Continue reading Book Review #34

Book Review #32

Sorry I’ve gotten a bit behind on my book posts. I will try to catch up in the next few days. So far my new job has been kicking my butt… Anyway, back to books… Yes, of course I’ve seen the movie (which is excellent, just saying). So when I came across this audio book, I was intrigued. First off, there is much more in the book thsn what made it into the movie. And the events are obviously a bit different as well. I thoroughly enjoyed the book. It was different enough from the movie that I did not … Continue reading Book Review #32

Book Review #27

Yet another one that I have not actually seen the movie that was made from this book. I have been told that it is good though. Well, if it is of the same quality as the boom itself, I’d like to see it. This book was a great read. I did not know anything about the subject when I started to read it. It is more than just one guy writing speeches for a king, its so much more. Very interesting, the style that was used and the therapy thar was given. If this at all interests you, give it … Continue reading Book Review #27

Book Review #26

Have you seen the movie? I’ve only seen bits and pieces of it, so I can’t say whether or not it really follows the book. The book itself is a fascinating read. I read through it in one sitting. It is well written and the language flows nicely. The topic is very interesting and sometimes there are more details given than others.  I always recommend reading the book if you have seen or want to see a movie that’s based on the book.  Continue reading Book Review #26

Book Review #25

As a huge fan of Gilmore Girls, of course I had to read, or listen in this case, this book.  Lauren Graham of course reads it herself. She is just as entertaining as I would have expected her to be. For the most part this goes chronologically.  I really look forward to seeing you if she will write any more books, similar or different. I recommend this one for you if you, like me are a fan of the show, or of course Lauren herself. Continue reading Book Review #25