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Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny by Holly Madison Book Review

Reasoning for reading this book I was first introduced to Holly Madison when she did an interview with Alexander Cooper on the Call Her Daddy Podcast . After listening to Holly's episode I was totally transfixed by her story and had to learn more. While I was reading  Down the Habit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny by Holly Madison by sister was watching The Girls Next Door. We loved comparing notes of how things were written in the book and how they were shown on TV. So simply I read this book out of curiosity for Holly's story. After finding her Call Her Daddy episode so entertaining I knew I would also find her book just as entertaining. I don't often mention the timing of when I read a book, but for this particular book I chose the perfect time because I read this during finals and the week of my college graduation. It was just an easy and enjoyable book to read during a stressful and busy time.  Content of the book In this book H

My Story by Elizabeth Smart Book Review

 Reasoning for reading this book As I have mentioned in some of my past book reviews I am a ReadHead. A ReadHead is a member of The ReadHeads podcast bookclub. With them only putting out an episode each month I find myself in a period where I am not reading for the club and need to find something else to read as I read at least 30 minutes a day. Something I have not talked about on the blog is how much of a TV watcher I am. I have at least one show I watch live each day. Two shows I watch religiously are The Masked Singer and The Masker Dancer. Spoiler if you are not caught up o n the first season of The Masked Dancer, Elizabeth Smart was the Moth. I have been an avid watcher and reader of a ll things crime for many years now. If you have been following me for a long time you know I read and reviewed Columbine by Dave Cullen . Since then I have not read a true crime book and was feeling in the mood to do so in addition to the fact that Elizabeth Smart had just reentered my radar. I h