Category: Biography

Through the Storm–Lynne Spears

You read that right. I read Britney Spears’ moms book. The funny thing about that is: 1) I could care less about anything Lynne Spears has to say. and 2) I found this book in a thrift store (surprise surprise) and found a ticket…

sTori Telling–Tori Spelling

Okay look…I can’t explain why I picked this one up. I had zero interest in Tori Spelling, her career, or anything that’s ever happened to her. I bought this at a thrift store because I like to read incredibly random biographies now. And this…

Paddle Your Own Canoe–Nick Offerman

If Mindy Kaling is my spirit animal, Nick Offerman is my disgruntled guardian angel. He has a special way of speaking and writing that is so inviting I’m looking forward to his other works. This book is so chock-full of wisdom that you come…

Why Not Me?–Mindy Kaling

As I’ve said before: Mindy is my spirit animal. I had a theme going for a short time where I was reading books by thoughtful but filthy minded and mouthed women who tell it like it is and actually connected with me on a…

Very Good Lives–J.K. Rowling

Sometimes I feel the need to curl up in J.K. Rowling’s writing like a security blanket. Harry Potter is obviously my favourite book series, even though I promised not to read it for five years after the movies were over I still broke that…

The Short Stack.

Good morning everyone! I’m clearing house of the tiny reviews. So here’s four to take a gander at. Summer of My Amazing Luck—Miriam Toews Literally only picked this up because I knew it was set in the summer. (Book challenge #14-A Book Set in…

How to Be a Woman–Caitlin Moran

Morning all! This book is truly amazing. I borrowed it from my sister out of nowhere and I was pleasantly surprised. Borrowing is a little ridiculous since I have roughly 10000 books in my room so what the hell am I doing reading other…