Blurb: “Mistakes…Everyone makes them. After all, we’re only human. Some of our mistakes are small, like when you stay up late studying for a test that you end up failing anyway because of exhaustion. Others are so catastrophic, they change your life. Forever…” My Review: When I began reading this book, I thought it would be a simple tale of two long-time best friends, Aimee and Maddison (Maddie), seniors in high school going through growing…"Mistakes by A.M.Hayward & L.J.Holder"
From the authors: A.M. Hayward (Author), L.J. Holder (Author) A brief look into the minds of the Author’s of Mistakes We have been asked many times how we came up with the idea behind Mistakes, and we would love to have some crazy story to tell our readers, but sadly it all started with a picture. I (Amanda) found this incredibly scary looking old door with ominous locks. It got our minds going, and the story just flowed. Using…""Mistakes" – The Authors"
Blurb: “Twenty-two-year-old Skeeter has just returned home after graduating from Ole Miss. She may have a degree, but it is 1962, Mississippi, and her mother will not be happy till Skeeter has a ring on her finger. Skeeter would normally find solace with her beloved maid Constantine, the woman who raised her, but Constantine has disappeared and no one will tell Skeeter where she has gone. …….Seemingly…"The Help by Kathryn Stockett"
This blog is not only for book reviewing but for telling stories about the goings on in my life. This past week had a lot of activity. My daughter, Katie-Beth, was in from New York where she is a teacher. She was showing me the website she is setting up and I’ll be sharing it as soon as she finishes critiquing it. While she was down, two alligators were caught off…"Everyday life on the Bayou"
Not long ago I posted that I was going to start reviewing the books I read on my blog. This is my first book review. The book, “The Middle Place” by Kelly Corrigan. Blurb: “At 36, Kelly Corrigan had a marriage that worked, two funny, active kids, and a weekly newspaper column. Even then, she still saw herself as the daughter of a garrulous Irish-American charmer, George Corrigan. She was living deep within what…""The Middle Place""
Last night I attended a performance of the Vagina Monologues at the local university (at this point I am sure that anyone who knows me is sitting there with their mouth hanging open saying “She did what? Can’t be!”) This play could be described as word stimulating. Oh! And, definitely sound stimulating! I am laughing as I write this. It will take me a while to process the whole experience. I was caught waaaaaaaaaaay off…"The (whispering here) vagina Monologues"