Tag Archives: family

Who’s the Devil Here? ‘The Cresswell Plot’ by Eliza Wass

Creepy, suffocating and with an underlying longing, The Cresswell Plot is the story of a family at a crossroads – one that is guarded by a man who believes he speaks for God – a man who is their father. How do you know the difference... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK Review: ‘Dad is Fat’ by Jim Gaffigan

Jim Gaffigan probably isn’t for everyone. He doesn’t cuss much and talks a lot about everyday occurrences. He doesn’t wear red leather or talk about his coke habit. Because of this, he’s known as a “clean” family... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Flash’ by Barbara Morgenroth #COYER

Dew Chanin feels like it is now or never. Always the prettiest in her small town, she’s decided to uproot her daughter, Kip, and move them across the country to Los Angeles so Dew can try to make it as an actress. Trouble is, she tends to get... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Big Fat Disaster’ by Beth Fehlbaum #2WeeksofThanks

This review is part of my Two Weeks of Thanks to book publisher Merit Press. They have generously and continuously provided me with books to review over the past two years. You’re fat. You eat way too much, especially in times of stress. Which... Read More | Share it now!

Prepare To Be Gutted: ‘We Were Liars’ by E. Lockhart

Briefly: Cadence Sinclair Eastman. Child of those Sinclairs. They are strong, athletic and unburdened. They are suspicious, close and liars. Cady is returning to summer on the island after having to go to Europe with her father the summer before.... Read More | Share it now!