Review: Writing November #NaNoWriMo

It's November 1st! Let's start the writing challenge off write! Lol


Bookworms: I almost forgot about you

Hello Bookworms, Today's book is brought to you by Terry McMillan, some of you may know her for books and movies like How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Waiting To Exhale, and Disappearing Act. She's recently come out with another book (and I made sure to take my time to read it, so I can … Continue reading Bookworms: I almost forgot about you

Bookworms: The Unheralded King of Preston Plains Middle

Hey Everyone, I know I've just disappeared, but I'm in the process of transitioning to a new job. Although, I will miss my old job it wasn't helping me with my bills and all that other boring adult stuff. In this time, I've been reading, like I always do, Unheralded King of Preston Plains Middle … Continue reading Bookworms: The Unheralded King of Preston Plains Middle

Bookworms: Love, Lies, Scandal

Love, Lies, Scandal by Earl Sewell, is a book I don't usually read but the cover grabbed my attention (even though you're not supposed to judge a book by its cover, I do all the time lol). Surprisingly it was a good read! The book starts off about a successful woman who has it all … Continue reading Bookworms: Love, Lies, Scandal

Bookworms: Playing The Hand You’re Dealt

To sum it all up though, someone ends up pregnant, two people get divorced, and friendships take a back seat. This story is really juicy! I actually love every part of it, especially when Edward comes to her room late at night, to confess his love for her. That part get's really... intense lol. I'm not a fan of his wife though...

Bookworms: The Forgotten Girl

One part that really freaked me out but was really interesting in the book was a psychologist was questioning a psychopath for their research. A part of the research involved showing the psychopath pictures of people’s emotions such as fear and sadness. When the murderer was asked to identify what emotion was in the picture all they could say was she didn’t know the emotion but that it was the look all her victims had before she killed them.