Bookworm: April 2015

“What do you know about yourself? What are your stories? The ones you tell yourself, and the ones told by others. All of us begin somewhere. Though I suppose the truth is that we begin more than once; we begin many times. Over and over, we start our own tales, compose our own stories, whether our lives are short or long. Until at last all our beginnings come down to just one end, and the tale of who we are is done.” -Cameron Dokey

I sort of feel like I have an unfair advantage on the reading list this month. With five days to do nothing but laze around on the beach/in the pool with books while in Mexico, I plowed through way more than my usual count! 


Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?, Mindy Kaling

William and Harry: Behind the Palace Walls, Katie Nicholl

Before Midnight, Cameron Dokey

Belle, Cameron Dokey


Big Girl Panties, Stephanie Evanovich

The Museum of Extraordinary Things, Alice Hoffman

Geisha: A Life, Mineko Iwasaki

Beauty Sleep, Cameron Dokey


Diana: Her True Story, In Her Own Words, Andrew Morton

Just Ella, Margaret Peterson Haddix

Night Dance, Suzanne Weyn


I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends, Courtney Robertson