[Review] Diary of an Oxygen Thief by Anonymous

Readers will have an easy time hating and simultaneously pitying the first-person narrator of this short work of fiction. As difficult as it might be to forget that the book isn’t a memoir, the publisher asserts that this book is indeed a work of fiction. Read More …

[Review] Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

Milk and Honey is an inspiringly transparent book of poetry and prose by emerging author Rupi Kaur. The book was first self-published in 2014, but caught the attention of Andrews McMeel Publishing in 2015.  Debuting on The New York Times bestseller list at number 10 in Read More …

[Review] The Girl Before

Unfolding like a crime drama in the first few lines, this debut psychological suspense novel is full of surprises with an intriguing protagonist and surprising revelations. Clara Lawson is not your typical heroine. As the FBI breaks down the doors to her secluded home and Read More …