What I’m Reading Wednesday – Revisiting KINDNESS WINS

October is National Bullying Awareness Month, and one way to help combat bullying is to teach kindness. With that in mind, I’m re-sharing my review of Galit Breen’s Kindness Wins from 2015. It’s a truly wonderful tool in your parenting arsenal, and heaven knows there’s not a parent alive that can’t benefit from a great [Read On]

Holding On Loosely by Dana Knox Wright – Book Blog Tour

I’ve had a lot of things swirling around in my life lately and it’s forced me to take a break from book reviews. Sometimes, though, the books on tour with Lone Star Book Blog Tours seem to appear just when I need them (and I purchased my own copy of this one because the synopsis [Read On]

Creatrix Rising by Stephanie Raffelock – Book Blog Tour

After a bit of a blog break, I am back, and it’s apt that I’m coming back for a blog tour with Lone Star Book Blog Tours and Stephanie Raffelock’s inspiring and honestly motivating new book, Creatrix Rising: Unlocking the Power of Midlife Women. I can’t wait to share this book with you, so let’s [Read On]

The Road Trip by Beth O’Leary: Book Review

It’s release day for Beth O’Leary’s newest book, The Road Trip. I found this book to be a lot more layered and with more complicated and deeply-flawed characters than her previous books. It’s definitely a change from the typical feel-good book, and I think that’s ok. I really enjoyed it all the same. I received [Read On]

The Memory Collectors by Kim Neville

Today’s featured book is Kim Neville’s literary debut, THE MEMORY COLLECTORS. It was an engrossing, unexpected read, so grab a cup of coffee and take a moment to learn more about this book. I received an advanced copy of the book from Atria Paperback; all opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links that [Read On]

People We Meet On Vacation by Emily Henry

Pour Y’all. I’m so ready to travel. I’m BEYOND ready to travel. Except people. I’m an introvert, and the downside of travel is travelers. You know the kind. The ones who are impatient. Rude. Pushy. And, you know, this pandemic isn’t over, so that makes travel so much more fraught with…feelings. That’s why I loved [Read On]

Book Blog Tour and Review: To The Republic by Bruce Clavey

Today on the tour I’m featuring the first book in a six book series by author Bruce Clavey. To The Republic is an epic tale that addresses some pretty relevant issues at the moment: immigration, human trafficking, the border wall, and more. Keep reading for more info on the book, my thoughts on it, and [Read On]

Book Review: The Kindred Spirits Supper Club by Amy E. Reichert

It’s release day for Amy E. Reichert’s latest novel, titled The Kindred Spirits Supper Club! One sign of a really good book is when you pick up the book to check a detail as you’re writing a full review and 45 minutes later you’re feet up on your desk, engrossed in the chapter you’ve found. [Read On]

The Takeaway Men by Meryl Ain – A Book Blitz

With a stunning cover and a compelling storyline, Meryl Ain’s historical fiction novel The Takeaway Men has earned a place in my TBR book pile. Read on to learn more about this moving tale about two sisters’ search for truth in this story that is the result of her life-long research into the Holocaust. THE [Read On]

Book Review: Miss Cecily’s Recipes for Exceptional Ladies by Vicky Zimmerman

If you are looking for a lighthearted read about finding your path, unlikely friendships, and you are someone who loves food, and cookbooks, and books in general, I highly recommend Miss Cecily’s Recipes for Exceptional Ladies by Vicky Zimmerman. I received an advanced copy of the book from Sourcebooks via NetGalley; all opinions are my [Read On]

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