Thoughts on “Sidewalk Dancing: A Novel in Stories” by Letitia Moffitt

I received a copy of Sidewalk Dancing: A Novel in Stories by Letitia Moffitt for review from Atticus Books. About the Book: A dime-a-dozen diner. A nameless couple. A language barrier. So begins Sidewalk Dancing. Throughout the pages that follow, the story of Miranda McGee and her parents, George and Grace, unfolds. They are a disjointed family, …

Thoughts on “The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks” by E. Lockhart

I first read The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart years ago, around the time I’d just started Erin Reads. I didn’t end up reviewing it, despite the fact that I had a lot to say about it. Then, just a few weeks ago, I was talking to a friend, and something in our …

Thoughts on “The Eyre Affair” by Jasper Fforde

After years of hearing fellow book bloggers rave about The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde and the Thursday Next books that follow it, I finally read the thing! Yay! About the Book: The Eyre Affair is a little hard to describe. It’s set around 1985 in what mostly resembles Great Britain. Certain key events in our …

Thoughts on “Lunch with Buddha” by Roland Merullo

I received a copy of Lunch with Buddha by Roland Merullo from TLC Book Tours for review. About the Book: It’s been six years since brothers-in-law Otto Ringling and Volya Rinpoche took their first road trip together in Breakfast with Buddha. Otto has recently lost his wife, Jeannie, to cancer, and his family and his sister’s …

Thoughts on “Cel & Anna: A 22nd Century Love Story” by Lindsay Edmunds

Alright, guys. Remember when I said I was taking an indefinite break from reviewing? Well, I just read a book that made me change my mind. I came across Cel & Anna because the author, Lindsay Edmunds, is in my book group. It’s not the sort of book I usually pick up. But man, am I …