Blog Tour- Things to Do Before the End of the World, Emily Barr

Things to Do Before the End of the World Emily Barr Penguin UK About the Book:A timely and powerful coming-of-age thriller from the bestselling author of The One Memory of Flora Banks. What would you do when you hear the news that humans have done such damage to the earth that there might only be… Continue reading Blog Tour- Things to Do Before the End of the World, Emily Barr

The People of Ostrich Mountain, Ndirangu Githaiga

I adore this cover 😍 We start the story following Wambũi and her life as a teen. When she goes to a boarding school, things change for the better for her. The act of going to this school is elite, and it sets her apart from her peers. We meet one of her teachers, Eileen,… Continue reading The People of Ostrich Mountain, Ndirangu Githaiga

The Ladies of the Secret Circus, Constance Sayers

Known to have a little magic, Lara is preparing for her wedding. But when her fiance doesn’t show up, she knows something is amiss. As Lara tries to move on in her life, she keeps getting called back to him and her past. She must uncover the secrets that arise to move on. I’m particularly… Continue reading The Ladies of the Secret Circus, Constance Sayers

The Girls Are All So Nice Here, Laurie Elizabeth Flynn

This story is told in alternating timelines of the past and present. We see Ambrosia in the present, hesitant to go to her 10-year reunion. Then we go back to the past she’s tried so hard to keep from her husband, and with good reason. Ambrosia was a mean girl, the worse kind. Ambrosia is… Continue reading The Girls Are All So Nice Here, Laurie Elizabeth Flynn

Ezra Slef: The Next Nobel Laureate in Literature, Andrew Komarnyckyj

What is better than a biography about one of the greatest fictitious writers of all time? An autobiography, of sorts, about the author of the biography in the guise of writing the biography. It's not as confusing as I make it sound. Because how does Humbert Botekin write a biography about Ezra Slef when he… Continue reading Ezra Slef: The Next Nobel Laureate in Literature, Andrew Komarnyckyj