Where Is The Love, People?

People killin’ people dyin’ Children hurtin’, I hear them cryin’ Could you practice what you preach? Would you turn the other cheek? Father, Father, Father help us Send some guidance from above ‘Cause people got me, got me questioning (Where’s the love) (Where’s the love) – The Black Eyed Peas As I sat down to [Read On]

How The Hell Is It July Already and Other Thoughts on Life During The ‘Rona

I feel like it’s been over-said today, but how the hell is it July already? I mean, it seems like it was only last week that I couldn’t get flour or butter or bread or Lysol wipes at the grocery stores. (I’m still searching for Lysol wipes.) Speaking of butter – I still have two [Read On]

Book Review: Real Men Knit by Kwana Jackson

Real Men Knit is the first book I’ve read by Kwana Jackson, who also writes romances under the name of K.M Jackson. I definitely need to get my hands on her Sugar Lake series, as it sounds like it is right up my alley as well. If you’re a fan of contemporary romance, this slow [Read On]

Book Review: Deeplight by Frances Hardinge

If you’re looking for a captivating fantasy adventure with lush, gorgeous writing, DEEPLIGHT by Frances Hardinge should be your next book. Keep on reading for my review. I received an advance copy of the book from Amulet Books via Media Masters Publicity in exchange for an unbiased review.  All opinions are my own. This post [Read On]

Book Review & Tour: The Outlaw’s Daughter by Margaret Brownley

Do you like historical fiction that shows it’s done its homework in the details? Sweet romance? Margaret Brownley’s newest release The Outlaw’s Daughter just may the book for you offering an engaging, easy-to-read story with an unexpected depth. Check out my review and be sure to enter the giveaway for the first two books in [Read On]

Books to Help Understand Anti-Racism and Race

Wanting to be a better white ally means learning about systemic racism. To do that, we need to dig a little deeper into U.S. history, because we’re simply not taught it fully in school, at least in a way that we understand the nuances and all that shaped how we ended up where we all [Read On]

Book Review: The First Emma by Camille Di Maio

I’m a huge fan of Camille Di Maio’s writing. She writes strong female characters and page-turning plots, and The First Emma offers both. Be sure to check out other stops on the tour for excerpts, other reviews, and more. Read on for MY take on this engaging story and be sure to enter the giveaway [Read On]

Hay Festival (Goes) Digital May 22-31 2020

If you know me (virtually or in-person) you know I love books. Probably my absolute favorite festival, ever, is Hay Festival. Hay Festival is held at the end of each May in gorgeous Hay-on-Wye, Wales. I should have been at Hay Festival this year, but things arose in late January personally that meant an end [Read On]

Book Review: Not Like The Movies by Kerry Winfrey

If you are looking for a book to escape into, Kerry Winfrey’s fun, frustrating, and delightful novel Not Like The Movies is exactly what you need right now. I received an advance copy of the book from Berkley Publishing Group via NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review.  All opinions are my own. This post [Read On]

Review: Breakfast At The Honey Creek Café by Jodi Thomas

A new Jodi Thomas book is just what the doctor ordered! I’m joining Lone Star Lit to bring you Breakfast at the Honey Creek Café, a sweet easy read that offers up a bit of mystery, a bit of cozy romance, and a charming town you’ll want to revisit, chock full of quirky characters. Read [Read On]

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