Top Ten Tuesday: Halloween Titles

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader GirlToday’s topic is a Halloween freebie so I picked titles that remind me of Halloween. Not all of them are set during Halloween but their titles are just as spooky!Here We Go! 1. The Lovely Bones ~ Alice Sebold 2. The Hallowed Ones ~Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Halloween Titles”

On Christmas Eve | Ann. M. Martin | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to On Christmas Eve? I was looking for a short Christmas story to listen to while at work and came across On Christmas Eve on Libby. Given that it was written by one of my favorite childhood authors Ann. M. Martin, I immediately intrigued and ready to learn about the littleContinue reading “On Christmas Eve | Ann. M. Martin | Audiobook Review”

A Royal Christmas Fairy Tale | Karen Schaler | Book Review

‘Tis the season to start reading those Christmas stories and listening to that favorite Christmas music. Or at least, it is for me. This year I started by listening to Reba’s Christmas album and reading A Royal Christmas Fairy Tale. It was such a simple start for the holiday season. A Royal Christmas Fairy TaleContinue reading “A Royal Christmas Fairy Tale | Karen Schaler | Book Review”

The Dating Playbook | Farrah Rochon | Book Review

The Dating Playbook is the second book in The Boyfriend Project series. This one continues the bonding and friendship between the characters of Simiah, Taylor, and London while giving Taylor a taste of unexpected romance. I loved continuing with this group of ladies and getting to know Taylor better. Taylor is a fitness expert orContinue reading “The Dating Playbook | Farrah Rochon | Book Review”

The Boyfriend Project | Farrah Rochon | Book Review

The Boyfriend Project is a new series that follows three women who become friends after discovering that they have all been dating the same man. It starts out with a bang as the women confront the man and come together to swear off men and focus on themselves for a change. Thus beginning “the boyfriendContinue reading “The Boyfriend Project | Farrah Rochon | Book Review”

Top Ten Tuesday: Online Resources For Book Lovers

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader GirlToday’s topic is Online Resources For Book LoversHere We Go! LeAnn Rimes “Wholly Human” Podcast ~ LeAnn has varying guest on her weekly podcast many of whom have written books. I have added several books to my TBR on topics such as anxiety, religionContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Online Resources For Book Lovers”

No Gods No Monsters | Cadwell Turnwell | Book Review

No Gods No Monsters is the first book in the new convergence saga by Cadwell Turner. It is an urban fantasy that is focused on the modern day issues of police brutality, sexuality, and bigotry. It is a beautifully written adventure that made sure the reader is paying attention and kept on their toes. However,Continue reading “No Gods No Monsters | Cadwell Turnwell | Book Review”

Like Cats and Dogs | Kate McMurray | Book Review

Like Cats and Dogs is the first book in the new Whitman Street Cat Café series by Kate McMurray. It is a romantic comedy set in a small town that has a cat café. The cat café is located right next door to the local vet office. When the new vet Caleb comes to town,Continue reading “Like Cats and Dogs | Kate McMurray | Book Review”

The Siren | Katherine St. John | Audiobook Review

Why did I read The Siren? The Siren came to my attention via Twitter or Instagram and was described as a rollercoaster of a story. I was intrigued and decided to borrow the audiobook so that I could check it out for myself. I was looking for a book that would provide a change ofContinue reading “The Siren | Katherine St. John | Audiobook Review”

The Witch’s Heart | Genevieve Gornichec | Book Review

The Witch’s Heart is a beautiful debut filled with Norse Mythology and a testament to the strength and devotion of a mother’s love. I picked this up at my local library when the cover caught my eye and the tag line “Men die. Gods die. She lives.” caught my eye and I’m so glad IContinue reading “The Witch’s Heart | Genevieve Gornichec | Book Review”

Chasing the Four Winds

Reading, Writing, Nerding, and Honoring the Oxford Comma Since 1987.

A. A. MacConnell

When you write drabbles, you relieve the pressure of the epic novel expanding in your head.

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