Tap Code by Carlyle S. Harris

Tap Code is the story of Airforce pilot Captain Carlyle “Smitty” Harris being shot down over Vietnam on April 4th, 1965. He was pretty quickly captured by local villagers and taken to the infamous Hoa Lo prison aka the “Hanoi Hilton”. Smitty was only the sixth American POW captured in the air war over North […]

The Sun And Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur

This is a really great collection of poetry that I had been wanting to read for awhile. Rupi Kaur writes about loss, growth, healing and love. As someone who has felt lost and heartache as well as being almost married to an amazing man, so much of this collection resonated with me. I’ve included some […]

In An Instant by Suzanne Redfearn

In the blink of an eye, sixteen-year-old Finn Miller is dead. A family ski trip turns deadly when their RV tumbles down a mountain with 11 people inside. Finn is stuck between two worlds and watches as the family and friends she loves try to survive the harsh elements that nobody was prepared for. Drastic […]

If I Disappear by Eliza Jane Brazier

I was able to read this book easily because of a Kindle giveaway I won! Sera is obsessed with true crime podcasts (who isn’t these days?). She specifically loves one that is hosted by a woman named Rachel. When Rachel stops uploading her normal shows and seems to be missing, Sera drops everything to solve […]

Widowish: A Memoir by Melissa Gould

Melissa Gould’s husband, Joel, had been dealing with his MS diagnosis for several years. It was a part of their lives and the family of three made the best of his declining condition. Then Joel is unexpectedly hospitalized and Melissa believes all will be okay. Unfortunately, she was completely wrong. “We’re in a hospital!” I […]

Matchmaking for Beginners by Maddie Dawson

Marnie McGraw thinks she’s found the perfect man that will give her the perfect life and everything is just going to fall into place. When Marnie meets her fiancĂ©’s matchmaking great-aunt Blix Holliday, Blix tells her her whole life is going to change and she’s destined for something big and great. Marnie loved meeting this […]

The Overdue Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms

Amy Byler is a wonderful mom and librarian. The majority of her identity is taking care of her two children. Which is understandable because her husband, John, left on a business trip and never came back. But then…there he is. Three years later back in their hometown and he wants a second chance with his […]

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

Picture France in 1939. Picture a happy family of three enjoying their daily lives. Until the husband/father is called to the front lines to potentially hold off German troops. This is what happens to Vianne Mauriac and all she can do is hope and pray that war doesn’t come. But oh does it come. Troops […]

Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah

Kate Mularkey is navigating the waters of her young teenage years in the 1970’s and everything that goes with it when she meets Tully Hart. Tully Hart is basically the coolest girl Kate has ever met and Kate can’t believe Tully wants to be her friend. By the end of that first summer they are […]