Caleb and Kit [Beth Vrabel] Throwback Thursday

I had to edit this review before throwing back to it, that is...I had to add the picture, change the way I was rating it--I wasn't using foxes yet--and I had to add my three links at the bottom. It's more of a "show" thing than anything else, but I just wanted the review to…

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Destiny [Jackie Smith]

The unfortunate thing about Destiny by Jackie Smith is that it’s just massively boring. The story follows the fairly average lives of a young writer and an artist. Nothing about the two characters really stood out in any real way and they were more annoying in their averageness than anything else. Elizabeth was alright until…

The Boathouse [Caroline Upcher]

Caroline Upcher's The Boathouse is one of those rare examples of a romance novel that I don't end up massively annoyed with by the time I reach the end of it. I don't know what it is about these sort of books that always somehow manages to get on my nerves, but for some reason,…

William Goldman, The Princess Bride, and Death

I learned something about a week ago and meant to write a post about it, but life is as life does and I haven't been able to adequately put into words how devastated I am about the death of William Goldman. The screenwriter behind the brilliance and beauty of the grandfather and grandson portion of The…