A very happy publication day to Impostor Syndrome by Kathy Wang. This is an espionage thriller unlike anything you’ve read before – John le Carre by way of Fleabag. Check out the blurb below: Julia Lerner is one of the most powerful people in Silicon Valley and an icon to professional women across the country.Continue reading “HAPPY PUB DAY! Impostor Syndrome, Kathy Wang”
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Maybe Jenna Bush has better taste in books than I thought?
Unfortunately, we’re thinking a lot about the human costs of war right now.
What a month!
Australia, are you okay?
Another month in the bag. As promised, here’s a rundown of my reads of this month and some quickie reviews of everything I read, for better or for worse. On with my February reads! MY FEBRUARY READS The Fields, Erin Young – I read an ARC of this Iowa-set crime thriller, and I wish IContinue reading “FEBRUARY READS”
Why is it that the world remains so fascinated by politician’s wives?
Well, we made it through January! I’ve decided each month I’ll do a wrap-up post of all my reads for the month with some quickie reviews.
Horn has finally put into words why the glut of books like “The Tattooist of Auschwitz” make me feel so icky.