Well hey there. How's it going? Right now I'm in a bit of a reading slump. I've been trying to get out of it but I haven't found a book that has really stuck with me so far. So, I thought maybe I could look through my TBR piles and look up some books that are set to be released this year so that I could put together a 2019 reading list. Hopefully this list will give me some ideas and inspiration for books to try and hopefully it can do the same for you.
No matter how many books I read on the Holocaust it never gets any easier to comprehend the horror and complete lack of humanity that took place at such a massive scale. Lale's story is just one of the many unbelievable accounts of life in the concentration camps during WWII.
There are many reasons why books might not be too appealing at a certain point in your life, but then become appealing later on. With age and time, you are going to change. And your book interests are going to change too. So here are 7 books I gave a second chance that maybe you should too.
Verity by Colleen Hoover is a book that will make you question your sanity. There were multiple instances when reading this book where I slowly lowered my Kindle to the bed and stared off into the darkness in distress. (But like in a good way?) If you like drama, suspense, and romance, click to read more.
There are so many incredible stories out there about amazing women to help you learn about others, to learn about yourself, and to help you reflect. Here are 19 of those remarkable memoirs by women that you should add to your reading list.