After getting through the Harry Potter series, I really wanted to read something light and maybe a little silly and girly. I have come to love Debbie Macomber books for just this time. Her books are easy reads, with interesting story lines and are just a little bit cheesy. I say all of this in the most loving way possible. Up this week is Window by the Bay.
Let’s be real, I don’t think anyone needs a book review of the Harry Potter series. Most people have either read the books or seen the movies at this point and a review would really be a bit pointless. So instead I thought I would just write about why these books have held special spot in my heart for so long.
We are onto the second book of the year! This was an easy read that I definitely enjoyed. I have to admit I tend to like these types of books that are just quick books that read like a romantic comedy in my mind. I try to read them infrequently, but they are a bit addictive at times! Read on to find out more about this one!
One of my resolutions that I have been taking really seriously this year is to read more often. I will go through phases where I read a book every couple days then don’t read a thing for two months. I am trying to get a bit more consistent with my reading. One of the hardest things for me at time is finding interesting books that I actually like. I figure this is probably a common problem for readers like me, so I want to write reviews for the books I do read. I do this in the hopes that someone can find an interesting read they may not have otherwise. Let’s jump into the first review!
Reading is one of my favorite pastimes, but I don’t always read as much as I would like. Luckily I have been able to make more time for it recently than I have in the past. I should also say, that I have been on a kick lately of reading books that are being turned into or have been turned into movies or TV shows.