Monthly Wrap Ups

February Monthly Wrap Up + Beauty obsessed humans, Hemingway, a two star read and a murder mystery

Hey everyone! It's my first monthly wrap up EVER on Fawn & Fern and I'm so excited to share the books I've read this month. I've read a few great books, a good book and a book I wish I hadn't even started. Keep reading to find out! February went by SO FAST. January was… Continue reading February Monthly Wrap Up + Beauty obsessed humans, Hemingway, a two star read and a murder mystery

Book Review

Book Review – The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

I'm still in awe of this beautiful novel. It's rich, full of fantastic characters, flowery writing, minimal lovey dovey scenes, and a political world based on people's need to be perfect and beautiful. I loved the concept of this story. It wasn't like anything I've read before. The characters had real flaws, and the villian… Continue reading Book Review – The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

Book Review

The Broken Girls by Simone St.James – Book Review

What a fantastic mystery filled with paranormal experiences and suspense. This novel had so many layers that fit together like puzzle pieces and an ending that actually surprised me quite a bit. I hardly ever read thrillers since they give me anxiety but I really LOVED this one. Fiona Sheridan is a journalist that can't… Continue reading The Broken Girls by Simone St.James – Book Review

Book Review

Book Review: Love & Ruin by Paula McClain

  Paula McClain truly wraps and weaves you into the world of Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn with her newest novel, Love and Ruin. Marty Gellhorn is a woman of courage and tenacity. She is a writer by trade and throws her all into her work. She is continuously let down by the men in… Continue reading Book Review: Love & Ruin by Paula McClain

Book Lifestyle

What Harry Potter Means to Me

What Harry Potter Means To Me: Nearly everything I remember from my childhood includes reading. Whether it was reading under the table during class (I never got in trouble!), rushing through my homework so I could read at night, or begging my Mom to bring me to the library. Reading took up so much of… Continue reading What Harry Potter Means to Me