Showing posts from January, 2017
Thank you to the author, publisher, and Ann-Marie Nieves of Got Red PR for the opportunity to read and review this book. I guess you could say this might be the perfect book for me. In my working world, the one that pays the bills, I am travel advisor and have been for 28 years. This book appealed to me on several levels, it's a psychological thriller (a favorite genre of mine) and it deals with a travel problem.

What happens when you rent a place via Air BnB or VRBO and the owner doesn't return all or part of your deposit? What if they claim you caused damage and they need to fix, repair, or replace what was damaged? The only thing, you didn't cause any damage! This is the premise of This Is Not Over by author Holly Brown.

The story is written in a series of emails and texts back and forth between Dawn, who rented the place in Santa Monica with her husband,  from Miranda, the owner. The story is multilayered, so we begin to see more of each women's private and public…
Just what the doctor ordered! With a book you will never be bored, at least in my opinion. My plan for 2017 is to read great books. I am off to a good start. I have read 12 according to Goodreads, but I know that's not quite accurate.

I Thought It Was Just Me: Women Reclaiming Power and Courage in a Culture of Shame, is not completed. I was not in the right mindset to finish it, so back to the TBR shelf it goes.

50 Places in Rome, Florence, and Venice Every Woman Should Go: Includes Budget Tips, Online Resources, & Golden Days, was prep for my trip this past summer to Italy. So, that will be counted as reference and I'll never actually finish that one, but continue to refer back to it.

Selected Short Stories of Thailand was sent to me by Trip Fiction to read and review for them. I read the majority of the stories. Some I enjoyed, most I did not. I will post my review when I am able to get to Thailand to showcase the book in the destination it takes place in as they do on the…