Review: Something to Talk About by Meryl Wilsner

Title: Something to Talk AboutAuthor: Meryl WilsnerRating: ★★★★Summary: Hollywood powerhouse Jo is photographed making her assistant Emma laugh on the red carpet and, just like that, the tabloids declare them a couple. But as the gossip spreads, paparazzi follow them outside the office, coworkers treat them differently, and a "source" starts feeding information to the … Continue reading Review: Something to Talk About by Meryl Wilsner

Month in Review: April 2020

Favorite Media https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knKhmSWFfm4 I finished season four of Lucifer and season five of The Magicians and picked up The Staircase and The Disappearance of: Natalee Holloway to try and fill the void left by both shows, but so far neither have worked. Instead, I've been listening to this gorgeous acoustic version of Dagny's "Come Over." … Continue reading Month in Review: April 2020

Review: The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel

Title: The Glass HotelAuthor: Emily St. John MandelRating: ★★★½Summary: Shipping executive Leon Prevant is there the night Vincent meets Jonathan Alkaitis. But thirteen years later, Jonathan is in jail for orchestrating a massive Ponzi scheme that evaporated all of Leon's savings, and Vincent has mysteriously disappeared from the deck of a Neptune-Avramidis ship. Weaving together … Continue reading Review: The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel

Month in Review: March 2020

Favorite Media https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqkxTJYAnMA I first heard "Modern Loneliness" via this Mellow Pop playlist on Spotify while trying to fall asleep, and I've been obsessed with it since. I prefer the acoustic/stripped versions of Lauv's songs more than the album versions anyway (see this version of "Chasing Fire"), but the lyrics of this song are just … Continue reading Month in Review: March 2020

Review: Every Other Weekend by Abigail Johnson

Title: Every Other WeekendAuthor: Abigail JohnsonRating: ★★★★Summary: Adam’s life used to be awesome—straight As, close friends and a home life so perfect it could have been a TV show straight out of the 50s—but then his oldest brother died. Now his fun-loving mom cries constantly, he and his brother can’t talk without fighting, and the … Continue reading Review: Every Other Weekend by Abigail Johnson