Fifty Words for Rain by Asha Lemmie

Fifty Words for Rain is at once achingly sad and poetically beautiful. I love a heart-wrenching plot and complex characters, and Asha Lemmie delivers in one sweep with her debut novel. Prepare to get lost in the range of emotions you’ll feel at every turn. Whether it’s friendship, siblinghood, parenthood, hope, or survival, there is… Continue reading Fifty Words for Rain by Asha Lemmie

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

CW/TW: depression, suicide, death Nora Seed is trapped – in the Midnight Library. Matt Haig’s latest novel The Midnight Library tells the story of a woman named Nora, who finds herself in the ultimate position between choice and fear of the unknown. After a series of events leaves Nora feeling despondent, unwanted, and more alone… Continue reading The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

Viaticum by Patrick Morgan

“Paradise has a price. It isn’t just a job, it’s his dream job. This is everything he’s worked for and everything he deserves. One job offer, and Ethan Birch’s life changes forever. Given immense creative control, power, and perks, Ethan falls deeply under the company’s spell. His Beverly Hills office is a modern mecca, complete… Continue reading Viaticum by Patrick Morgan


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Heather is a reader, writer, hiker, and casual over-thinker. She loves in Texas with her family.