Katie Brenner is living the perfect life in London, with a perfect job and the perfect apartment...on her Instagram, that is. The truth is that she's a junior employee who's boss asks her to touch up their roots and can barely make rent for her tiny apartment. But it's her dream to live large in the city and not go back to the farm where she grew up. Can she make her social media life become a reality?
This series of short stories will cause you to stop and think about the weird parts of life. Novak does an excellent job combining bits of light and dark humor throughout this book. Stories include a Comedy Central roast of Nelson Mandela and a girl who goes on a first date with a warlord.
Judith stopped talking after her mother left her at Aunt Cora's years ago. Now, with the help of her aunt, her dog, and a strange boy named Mason, she works to find out why her mother left and find her voice again. Very heartwarming and whimsical!
Kaling's second memoir takes us on another hilarious journey through her life in showbiz. She talks about the thrills and challenges of starring in her own television show, fitting into the world of Hollywood while not fitting in size zero pants, and her love affair with a White House staff member. An all-around enjoyable read!
A gripping story about the devastation of loss and the freedom of salvation. Four years after his youngest daughter goes missing, Mack remains in a state of numbing grief. The reader follows Mack on his path to spiritual recovery, with the help of some old friends. Tears of joy and sadness shall be shed throughout.