If You Did What I Asked In the First Place

A book review of If You Did What I Asked In the First Place by Lori B. Duff. Stars: **** Deeds Publishing (2019) Humour 222 pages Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links. Summary: In this collection of unflinching, unapologetic, and funny oh-so-real life… Read More »

Chicken Soup For the Soul: I Can’t Believe My Dog/Cat Did That

Stars:★★★★☆ Chicken Soup for the Soul (2012) For the cat or dog lover in your life, these books are the best present. If you love animals, you love reading stories about the crazy, funny and heroic antics of your pet of choice. I read I Can’t Believe My Dog Did That and have been laughing… Read More »

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Find Your Happiness

  Stars: ★★★★☆ Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishing (2012) Self Help/Personal Growth/Happiness Summary: This book is the follow-up to bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive. Read inspirational true stories about how real people used positive thinking, thankfulness, and good old-fashioned common sense to find their own paths to happiness, pursuing their passions,… Read More »

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Stay-at-Home Moms

Subtitle: 101 Inspirational Stories for Mothers about Hard Work and Happy Families by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, and Wendy Walker. Stars: ★★★☆☆ Summary: A remake of CSS: Power Moms with a new cover and title. Stories about making the decision to stay home, learning to multi-task, creating at-home jobs and businesses, grateful husbands and… Read More »

Aresenic Soup for Lovers: When Chicken Soup Doesn’t Work by Georgia Z. Post

Subtitle: Very Very Short Stories for Very Very Busy People Stars: *** I received this book for review from the author. Summary: In a world where few people laugh at themselves, Arsenic Soup For Lovers is the perfect blend of short stories guaranteed to make you step back and look at the world from a… Read More »

The Ghosts of Kerfol by Deborah Noyes

Stars: **** I received this book for review as an addition to the one I requested. It is being counted towards the A Ghostly Challenge and R.I.P. III Challenge. Summary: In her classic ghost story “Kerfol,” Edith Wharton tells the tale of Anne de Barrigan, a young Frenchwoman convicted of murdering her husband, the jealous… Read More »