(chocolate linzer cookies for) Frankissstein: A Love Story

The book: Frankissstein: A Love Story by Jeanette Winterson. In the spirit of Halloween and all things strange, I just finished reading Frankissstein by Jeanette Winterson. The novel follows two main story lines. First: nineteen-year-old Mary Shelley is inspired to write Frankenstein in the summer of 1816. Then, fast-forwarding two centuries, there is the story … Continue reading (chocolate linzer cookies for) Frankissstein: A Love Story

Red, White & Royal Blue (and an almond cake of those colors)

The book: Red, White & Royal Blue. I've spent the past couple of weeks reading the wonderful romantic comedy that is Red, White & Royal Blue. The premise of the book is that after a PR nightmare, frenemies Alex (first son of the United States) and Henry (Prince of England) stage a fake friendship to … Continue reading Red, White & Royal Blue (and an almond cake of those colors)

The Pisces (and donuts to satisfy her cravings)

The book: The Pisces by Melissa Broder. This weekend, I binge-read The Pisces by Melissa Broder. I heard a lot of buzz about this novel, because many book bloggers that I follow have already reviewed it. Between their (mostly) glowing reviews, and the book's appearance on the Women's Prize for Fiction Longlist, I was really … Continue reading The Pisces (and donuts to satisfy her cravings)