Book Review: Why Stuff Matters by Jen Waldo

Why Stuff Matters is the second book written by author Jen Waldo. Her debut novel Old Buildings in North Texas was a funny, quirky, and slightly dark work of fiction that felt truly original (you can find my review here). This novel was a strong follow up to her first and did not disappoint – [Read On]

Book Blog Tour: A Texas Kind of Christmas by Jodi Thomas, Celia Bonaduce, and Rachael Miles

I’m a sucker for anthologies, particularly historical fiction, and A Texas Kind of Christmas did not disappoint! Take a closer look at this trio of stories from authors Jodi Thomas, Celia Bonaduce, and Rachel Miles – and check out our giveaway at the end! I was provided a copy of the book for review purposes; [Read On]

Comfort Songs by Kimberly Fish – A Book Review

I’m kicking off Lone Star Book Blog Tour’s REVIEWAPALOOZA of Kimberly Fish’s wonderful novel Comfort Songs! This was a book that COMFORT SONGS a companion novel to Comfort Plansby KIMBERLY FISH Genre: Contemporary Romance / Women’s FictionPublisher: Fish Tales, LLC  Date of Publication: September 19, 2019 Number of Pages: 348 Scroll down for the Comfort Songs [Read On]

Secrets of the Chocolate House – a book review

If you like historical fiction and time-slip books, Paula Brackston’s Secrets of the Chocolate House is right up your alley! Many thanks to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for providing me with an advanced digital copy of the book. This review contains affiliate links, which if you click may generate a commission for me. I [Read On]

Book Review: Longing for a Cowboy Christmas

Bonus tour stop! Longing For A Cowboy Christmas is a sweet & (sometimes) spicy collection of historical romance stories with a Western twist. Each of the stories is set around the Christmas holidays but will be a delight at any time of year! I’m happy to be joining up with Lone Star Lit to share [Read On]

Book Review: The Gryphon Heist by James R Hannibal

Hold on to your hats, because The Gryphon Heist by James R. Hannibal was unputdownable! I haven’t picked up a spy novel in a long time, and this one did NOT disappoint! I’m excited to be sharing another great book on a Lone Star Lit Book Blog Tour; many thanks to the author for providing [Read On]

MG Book Review: The Benefits of Being an Octopus

My brain is usually a bit of a hot mess. I have texts I thought I sent, things I put in a safe place only to promptly forget where I stashed it – and apparently, books I reviewed everywhere (Goodreads, Amazon, NetGalley) EXCEPT for my blog. The Benefits of Being an Octopus was one such [Read On]

Must-Read MG Book: Maybe He Just Likes You by Barbara Dee

My daughter came home from school one day, slamming her backpack on the kitchen table in frustration. “They go ON AND ON about bullying at school, but they never tell people how to deal with it. They need to move past the “don’t bully” crap, because kids do it anyway, and teach us how to [Read On]

Book Review: Angel Thieves by Kathi Appelt

As my daughter and I absolutely fell in love with Maybe A Fox while on vacation a few summers ago, I jumped on the opportunity to read and review Angel Thieves by Kathi Appelt. We’re pulling out all the stops on this tour, and my fellow book bloggers have some incredible guest post content along [Read On]

Book Review: The Grace Year by Kim Liggett

I read a LOT Of books this summer and I’m still getting caught up with reviews. The Grace Year was one of those books that I devoured and have been ITCHING to talk about!! via GIPHY The Grace Year by Kim Liggett will be published soon (October 8) and I have been WAITING to share [Read On]