Christmas in Eternity Springs | Emily March | Audiobook Review

WHY DID I LISTEN TO CHRISTMAS IN ETERNITY SPRINGS BY EMILY MARCH? Christmas in Eternity Springs has been on my holiday TBR for several years. I had originally received an ARC to read back in 2016 but, never actually read it. Honestly, I’ve had a mixed relationship with the Eternity Springs series by Emily March.Continue reading “Christmas in Eternity Springs | Emily March | Audiobook Review”

Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles That Are Questions

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader GirlToday’s topic is Book Titles That Are Questions Here we go! Where’d You Go, Bernadette? ~ Maria Semple Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? ~ Edward Albee Ain’t I A Woman? Black Women and Feminism ~ bell hooks Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret.Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles That Are Questions”

In A Holidaze | Christina Lauren | Book Review

In A Holidaze is a book that was on my holiday TBR list last year but, I never actually read it. So, I knew when I was doing a Christmas in July feature here on the blog that this was one book I had to read. From page one, I was brought into a funContinue reading “In A Holidaze | Christina Lauren | Book Review”

The Maidens | Alex Michaelides | Book Review

The Maidens is the book that I chose for my Book of the Month in June. Anyone who knows me would have been surprised by this choice. Murder? Mystery? Greek mythology? Not my usual choice of reading material. Yet something was drawing me to this book and I’m so glad I listened. “The Maidens” areContinue reading “The Maidens | Alex Michaelides | Book Review”

Words Composed of Sea and Sky | Erica George | Book Review

Words Composed of Sea and Sky is the debut novel of Erica George. It follows two timelines – one in present day and one during the Civil War era – and is beautifully written and easy to follow. The two stories are intersected with each other in ways that are unexpected but flowed so goodContinue reading “Words Composed of Sea and Sky | Erica George | Book Review”

Black Dove, White Raven | Elizabeth Wein | Book Review

Code Name Verity is one of my favorite young adult historical fiction books so I was really excited when I first acquired Black Dove White Raven. Unfortunately, as often happens, I didn’t read it right away and it just sat on my book shelf. Flash forward to 2021 when I was determined to catch upContinue reading “Black Dove, White Raven | Elizabeth Wein | Book Review”

Christmas Joy | Nancy Naigle | Book Review

Christmas Joy is exactly what I expected it to be. To me, it felt like a good Hallmark Christmas movie in book form. The characters, the setting, the magical moments – it was everything that I love about Hallmark Christmas movies – be it in July or December. Joy grew up in Crystal Falls butContinue reading “Christmas Joy | Nancy Naigle | Book Review”

Top Ten Tuesday: Reasons Why I Love Reading

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader Girl. Today’s topic is Reasons Why I Love Reading Here we go! 1. Reading….opens my mind and allows me learn, experience, and feel. 2. Reading…can bring people together and give us something to talk about. 3. Reading…usually involves books and I love the smellContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Reasons Why I Love Reading”

June 2021 Recap | July 2021 TBR

It’s hard to believe it’s time for another monthly recap. June just flew by for me. Let’s recap… Personal Recap: ~>The month started off with a fun girls weekend with the two Sarah’s in my life. You may be familiar with one of them she’s @coveredinpaint7 on Twitter and her Etsy shop Flannel & Antlers.Continue reading “June 2021 Recap | July 2021 TBR”

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