Currently Reading

Books I’m currently reading or recently completed.

I’m Fine and Neither are You-Goodreads Review

Penny-a stressed out wife, mother, and employee thinks her stay-at-home husband is lazy, and she resents that her job has derailed her dreams. She longs for the picture perfect home of her best friend and successful lifestyle blogger, Jenny. However when Jenny unexpectedly dies, Penny must face the truth. She didn’t know Jenny as well as she thought.


Thin Air (Jessica Shaw #1)-Goodreads Review

This story delivers everything you’d expect from a classic black and white crime noir movie-a gruesome murder, a murky unsolved cold case, and loads of nefarious suspects. However, Lisa Gray’s modern twist is to make her hard-nosed detective a female who suspects she’s been lied to by her late father.


The Overdue Life of Amy Byler-Goodreads Review

After Amy Byler’s husband deserted her and their two kids, she soldiered on as single parent and provider. But when he suddenly returns for the summer, she faces unexpected freedom to explore her own neglected desires and dreams. Through her former college roommate, she takes the opportunity to spend her summer as single woman in New York City.


Financial Freedom-Goodreads Review

As current economic and employment conditions evolve, it is imperative to understand how to make the most of our money. I recommend this title to all readers who want to have more confidence in reaching their financial goals.


Getting Things Done-Goodreads Review

Who doesn’t want less stress and more joy? You can achieve this state when you learn to capture, clarify, organize, and execute all those tasks life throws at you. This book will not only help you manage your time, but face life with calm focus and still achieve your dreams.


The Best We Could Do-Goodreads Review

After the birth of her child, Thi Bui attempts to form a closer connection with her own parents, refugees of South Vietnam. Her memoir details the history of the Vietnamese conflict as well as the family’s harrowing escape and relocation to the United States. As she learns her parents’ stories, she eventually understands their reticence and the emotional toll extracted by their experiences.