The only time I enjoy being outside 💚
"'Whom' may indeed be on the way out, but so is Venice, and we still like to go there."
This was a book I couldn't put down. There are not enough books about mental health, and this one was amazing. As someone who struggles with anxiety, I can say that the descriptions of Aza's anxiety attacks were spot on. John Green is usually a hit or miss for me, but I have been recommending this book to everyone I make eye contact with.
This was a wonderful read of what it means to live fully by the Bible. I would recommend it to religious and non-religious folks alike.
Since we just celebrated Father's Day, I decided to read a book my dad has been recommending for several years now. It has yet to disappoint. 😊
This was a beautifully written book about racism.
You read the story through the eyes of a black nurse on trial for murder, a white public defender who swears she's not racist, and a white supremest who is suing the nurse.
I can't say enough good things about this novel. Picoult did extensive research to make this book as accurate and representative as possible, and that really comes through in the story.
About to get deep over Spring Break