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Anything But Fine | Tobias Madden | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Anything But Fine? Anything But Fine was available for review on Netgalley. I was immediately intrigued by the premise and of the main character being an injured male ballerina. I also could tell that this was going to be an emotional read but I was hoping for a bit ofContinue reading “Anything But Fine | Tobias Madden | Audiobook Review”

The Shadow Glass | Josh Winning | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to The Shadow Glass? The Shadow Glass was available for review on Netgalley. When I read the synopsis, it reminded me of movies that came out in the 80’s. These included Labyrinth, The Never Ending Story, and Princess Bride. Based on this, I was excited to enter the world of Iri.Continue reading “The Shadow Glass | Josh Winning | Audiobook Review”

Losing Our Minds: The Challenge of Defining Mental Illness | Lucy Foulkes | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Losing Our Minds? Losing Our Minds was available on Netgalley as an audiobook. With my background in psychology, I was intrigued by the topic at hand. As I have also been taking care of my own mental health, I was curious for that reason as well. I was curious toContinue reading “Losing Our Minds: The Challenge of Defining Mental Illness | Lucy Foulkes | Audiobook Review”

The Marriage Game | Sara Desai | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to The Marriage Game? I had been approved for The Singles Table on Netgalley. At first I didn’t realize that it was actually part of a series. When I pieced it together, I quickly jumped on Libby to see if the audiobooks were available. Thankfully both The Marriage Game and TheContinue reading “The Marriage Game | Sara Desai | Audiobook Review”

Josh and Gemma Make A Baby | Sarah Ready | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Josh and Gemma Make A Baby? Josh and Gemma Make A Baby was available to listen on Netgalley and sounded like it would be a hilarious romantic comedy. It sounded like there was some history between these characters. This made me really curious and I wanted to see how thisContinue reading “Josh and Gemma Make A Baby | Sarah Ready | Audiobook Review”

Pocket Therapy | Sarah Crosby | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Pocket Therapy? I found Pocket Therapy on Netgalley as an audiobook and I decides to request it for two reasons. The first was based in the fact that I have been trying to listen to listen to more audiobooks through Netgalley. The second was based on the subject matter. AnythingContinue reading “Pocket Therapy | Sarah Crosby | Audiobook Review”

Team of Rivals | Doris Kearns Goodwin | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Team of Rivals? With today being Presidents Day, I wanted to have some sort of related post. When I started looking on Libby, I came across Team of Rivals. Abraham Lincoln was my fathers favorite president so automatically I thought of him. I also thought that the concept of thisContinue reading “Team of Rivals | Doris Kearns Goodwin | Audiobook Review”

Black Cloud Rising | David Wright Falade | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Black Cloud Rising? I came across Black Cloud Rising on Netgalley at the beginning of the month. Knowing my goal for this month was to read several books by black authors, I was quick to request it. I was also intrigued by the subject matter: the African Brigade. Thankfully IContinue reading “Black Cloud Rising | David Wright Falade | Audiobook Review”

Royal Valentine | Jenn McKinlay | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Royal Valentine? Royal Valentine was available for request on Netgalley. I thought this would be the perfect story to listen to around Valentine’s Day. I loved the fact that there was a sense of secret romance between the main characters. It reminded me of some of the Hallmark movies thatContinue reading “Royal Valentine | Jenn McKinlay | Audiobook Review”

Blackout Anthology | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Blackout? I listened Blackout because it had been on my TBR for a while (even had a hold on Libby). The fact that it was written by all Black authors was also a reason I wanted to listen to it. I am always looking to diversify my reading and thisContinue reading “Blackout Anthology | Audiobook Review”

Chasing the Four Winds

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A. A. MacConnell

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The Calico Books

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