Monthly Archives: July 2018

My Sister’s Grave by Robert Dugoni *Stephanie’s Review*

I started My Sister’s Grave by Robert Dugoni on a whim. I was reading a physical book but didn’t have a light source. My Sister’s Grave was on Kindle Unlimited and I figured if nothing else it would keep me entertained for the evening whether or not I ever finished it. I was pleasantly surprised. Robert Dugoni kept me entertained for the entirety of the […]

Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo *Alexa’s Review*

After really enjoying my reread of the first book, Shadow and Bone, I could not wait to dive right into this one. I do have to say that this story starts off slower because this is more of a journey book. There are long passages where Alina is just traveling. This is usually a book that I would not like that much because of these […]

Discussion: Book Budgets – Do You Have One?

I understand that budgeting is different and means different things to each person. When my husband received his promotion I knew this was our chance to get our lives back on track financially. One of the first ways I like to try to save is by slashing what I spend on books. Once I got to digging around on my new library’s website I started […]