Lone Star Book Blog Tour: A Borrowed Dream by Amanda Cabot

I’m linking up with Lone Star Book Blog Tours where we are featuring A Borrowed Dream by author Amanda Cabot, the just-released second installment in her Cimarron Creek historical romance trilogy.  Amanda Cabot mixes a touch of humor and suspense in this lovely (non-preachy) inspirational fiction. As an aspiring writer myself, I always jump at [Read On]

Lone Star Book Blog Tour: Mornings on Main by Jodi Thomas

I’m really excited to share this just-released novel by Jodi Thomas. Mornings on Main was SUCH a good read – if you follow me on social media, you’ll know I was happy about this book mail, and Jodi did not disappoint! I’m a fan of her writing, so I’m thrilled that I was able to [Read On]

Lone Star Book Blog Tour: Wickwythe Hall by Judithe Little

Why yes, it’s another book blog tour, and one my little historical-fiction-loving heart is a pitter-patter over: Wickwythe Hall, by Judithe Little.  Set primarily in 1940 England as Hitler invades France, it presents a view of the war from the perspective of the moneyed – one I’m not as familiar with – as well as [Read On]

Bonnie and Clyde Dam Nation Book Release Blitz

Previously on this blog I shared a review of the wonderful novel Bonnie and Clyde: Resurrection Road which offered an imaginative tale of what-if — what if Bonnie and Clyde weren’t actually killed, but instead their deaths were faked and they were asked to assist the government? Sounds wild? The storyline was well thought out and [Read On]

A Letter to My Son on his 14th Birthday

Another birthday has come and nearly passed, and I bet you thought I’d forget your letter for your 14th birthday  – not because I didn’t remember, but because I’m so ridiculously disorganized this year that I’d not squeeze it into the day. (You would very nearly be correct. But here it is.) You have changed [Read On]

Lone Star Book Blog Tour: KILLING IN C SHARP

Sometimes when you pick up a book you KNOW you will be hooked on the series. Alexia Gordon’s second book Death in D Minor signaled just that for me, so when Killing in C Sharp came up for review I was right there, wildly waving my hand. And let me tell you, from the first [Read On]

A Letter To My Daughter on her 12th Birthday

When you’re twelve, birthdays are still kind of a big deal, so when the day doesn’t quite go as you hope it would, it can be bitterly disappointing.  You and I share same knack for bad timing, so I know how you were feeling when you walked in the door after school.  Today was supposed [Read On]

March 2018 Take Control of Your TBR Pile Challenge!!!

It’s a fact that my To-Be-Read pile is out of control – so much, in fact, that I bought a bookshelf that fits in a nook to house the print books. (Thankfully, my Kindle corrals my books neatly.) Fortunately for me, Kimberly at Caffeinated Book Reviewer is hosting an event that will help me tackle [Read On]

Lone Star Book Blog Tour: Stolen Obsession (and Giveaway)

Hey! I’m back with with Lone Star Lit for another book tour  and I’m featuring a “notable quotable” from author Marlene M Bell’s upcoming romantic mystery titled Stolen Obsession.  We’ve got a fun giveaway and a book trailer (for an additional sneak peek) so read on! STOLEN OBSESSION Annalisse Series, Book 1 by Marlene M [Read On]

What Is Worse than Bad Spam? This Spam.

Like any blog, mine receives a lot of spam, and for this reason I’m eternally grateful for an excellent spam filter.  It’s probably safe to say that 3% comes from companies trying to get me to use their services to improve my Google ranking,  1% asking to post content on my site, and the remaining [Read On]