Every Frenchman Has One – Olivia de Havilland

    I found Olivia De Havilland’s memoir to be refreshingly funny.  Written in 1961, De Havilland writes of the many different facets of life from an American’s perspective,  in France.  Delightfully written, DeHavilland can take a mundane topic and twirl it into a fun chapter.  We learn about French vs. American livers and whether…

Nostalgia From: a City Set Upon a Hill

I had the pleasure of reading Nostalgia From A City Set Upon a Hill, supplied by the author, Garfield “Garry” Whyte,  in exchange for an honest review. I personally have zero experience with boarding schools. The only one I ever knew of was the one on the Facts Of Life in the 1980s. And even…

Hummingbirds Fly Backwards

A refreshing and fun read by Amy Cheung about three women in various relationship stages and circumstances. Written with humor and honest emotion from the point of view of the Other woman. You may find yourself asking these women why they do some of the things they do….and wonder if there will be a payoff…

Daughter of the Wolf

  Written by Victoria Whitworth, this story takes place around 850. So imagine lots of organic lands and emotions. The main character, Elfrun, is just coming of age with great responsibility and besides being faced with normal young girl issues such as crushes and learning how to grow into an adult, she is also faced…