Review: Notes From the Tilt-a-Whirl by ND Wilson

Notes From the Tilt-a-Whirl sort of fell into my lap after a friend recommended it to me and I clicked a few buttons on Amazon. (Thank you Justin and Amazon Prime *salutes*) I’ve got to say that I’m rather surprised that I hadn’t heard of this before, considering it’s exactly to my tastes but also challengedContinue reading “Review: Notes From the Tilt-a-Whirl by ND Wilson”

Book Review: Villette by Charlotte Bronte

Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre has long been a favorite of mine. My reading of Jane Eyre in seventh grade sparked a love for classic literature that has only grown since. Villette, along with Shirley, has sat on one of my many bookshelves for… well… years if I’m honest. But a few weeks ago I found myself hungry for some goodContinue reading “Book Review: Villette by Charlotte Bronte”

Review: The Love Letter by Rachel Hauck

When it comes to pretty covers, there’s a 75% chance my admiration for the aesthetic will overpower that wise little voice that tells me the book isn’t worth my $20. Alas, such is the case with The Love Letter. Now I hope you don’t find this review overly critical, but when it comes to Christian fictionContinue reading “Review: The Love Letter by Rachel Hauck”