Thrilling books that aren’t mysteries are sometimes more satisfying to read than mystery novels. Here are five thrillers that aren’t mysteries that offer an immersive, satisfying reading experience.
The “endearing misfit” has been a popular character in books over the last few years, with several wildly popular books featuring characters that might fall under this heading. I think there are a few reasons for this. In some ways, almost all of us see ourselves as misfits. We are aware—sometimes painfully, sometimes not—of the quirks […]
I’ve been hearing about Chris Cleave’s Everyone Brave Is Forgiven for a while now, and after reading his Little Bee last year (one of my top 12 reads of 2017), I knew I had to read it. As a historical fiction novel set during World War II, it also seemed like a great book to […]
Follow my blog with Bloglovin I’ve been thinking more about my plans for reading and blogging this year since I briefly detailed my thoughts for 2018 just before the holidays. I’ve already shared the Read My Shelf Challenge, so you’ve seen the list of what I’ll be reading. Now I want to get into some […]
As I mentioned in my look ahead post, my goal in 2018 is to read as many unread books that I already own as possible—and not buy more until I’ve made a good dent. In the spirit of a new year of reading, I’m calling this my “Read My Shelf Challenge”–though you know how I […]
Happy new year! I hope everyone had wonderful holidays with family, friends, relaxation, and reading! I didn’t have the greatest reading month, with a few disappointing books and some minor eye problems (constant dryness and twitching, ugh!) that have made both reading and computer work a little uncomfortable. Hopefully some new glasses and a visit […]