Browsing Tag: book reviews

Thoughts on The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

I know I promised this review/comparison weeks ago but I honestly took me that long to pick a part my feelings from Mark Manson’s The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck. I was really looking forward to this book, heard good things and had just finished Sarah Knight’s The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving […]

What I Read in October

At the risk of Staci & Co being flooded with book reviews, I’m going to try and share monthly roundups instead of reviews for each book. I’ll still do in depth reviews for books that I believe really deserve it but since I average a book a week, that’s a lot of reviews! October Reads […]

Review of Sophie Kinsella's 'My Not So Perfect Life'

My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella

When I found myself faced with a seven hour flight and no good book, I headed towards the first airport bookstore and what’s better for a long flight than a good chick-lit good? Sophie Kinsella is always a go-to author in these situations because her writing is so dependable. Her characters are real and relatable, […]

Book Review of Alisa Licht's Leave Your Mark

Leave Your Mark by Alisa Licht – A Review

Leave Your Mark by Aliza Licht might be my favourite ‘work’ related book and a definite must for boss babes everywhere. I originally read this book nearly a year ago and I covered the booked with highlighted paragraphs and sticky notes, I couldn’t read it fast enough. After starting back at my job and taking […]

Book Review of "Talking As Fast As I Can" by Lauren Graham from Gilmore Girls

Review of Talking As Fast As I Can

Want to know the mark of a good book? You’re so invested that you go three stations past your stop, have to backtrack and are late to work because you were reading a book on your journey. THAT my friends is how you know that your book is good – no great. I wanted to […]

Review of Crazy Beautiful

You know that moment when you suddenly get the urge to read any and everything because you don’t want to stop reading, it’s like something comes alive inside you and you feel as if you could spend the rest of your life curled up reading book after book and be content. Well, maybe you don’t […]