Book Review: Wicked As You Wish by Rin Chupeco

If you are looking for something different, WICKED AS YOU WISH is the YA novel for you. Blending alternative history, contemporary fantasy, and fairy tales, author Rin Chupeco has crafted a wild adventure. This is a very different book from her other, darker stories, and one that you will likely read more than once as [Read On]

Book Review: Sitting on a Fortune by Becki Willis

SITTING ON A FORTUNEThe Sisters, Texas Book 9 by BECKI WILLIS Genre: Cozy Mystery / Romance / Women SleuthsPublisher: Clear Creek PublishingDate of Publication: February 11, 2020Number of Pages: 228 Scroll down for giveaway of SITTING ON A FORTUNE! Hidden fortune. Hidden danger.  Madison Reynolds deCordova is about to uncover a dangerous secret…literally. During In a Pinch [Read On]

Book Review: Been There, Married That by Gigi Levangie

If you’re looking for a fun, totally over-the-top beach read that is an outlandish take on Hollywood life, Gigi Levangie’s book Been There, Married That is for you. While it had a few bumps at the start, I could easily overlook it for the snark and the fun. Many thanks to NetGalley for providing me [Read On]

Review: Finding Esme by Suzanne Crowley

I’m delighted to share the Middle-Grade book FINDING ESME. From the pretty cover design on the outside to the engaging, warm-hearted (and sometimes heart-tugging) story on the inside, this was a book that I wasn’t ready to put down. Read on to find out what about this book reeled me in and enter the giveaway [Read On]

Book Review: The Return by Rachel Harrison

I took a break from all the historical fiction I’ve been reading and grabbed an ARC (thank you NetGalley) of Rachel Harrison’s upcoming release titled The Return. This was one seriously creepy work of horror. Read on to see why this one had me rethinking some upcoming hotel choices. Some links in this post are [Read On]

Book Review: The Hollows by Jess Montgomery

I fell in love with an earlier fiction book written by author Jess Montgomery under her given name. So of course, when I learned she’d be writing historical fiction under this, her pen name, I promptly ordered the book. That book was The Widows (and fantastic). The Hollows is the second book in her new [Read On]

Book Review: All In by L.K. Simonds

The book I’m reviewing today has the curious description “gritty Christian Fiction”. Sound like an oxymoron? Check out my take on ALL IN by author L.K. Simonds. Want a copy? Enter our giveaway for a chance to win a copy of the book and a gift card! I was provided a copy of the book [Read On]

MG Book Review: Pippa Park Raises Her Game

It’s been far too long since I’ve reviewed a Middle-Grade book! While my almost fourteen-year-old is generally more interested in YA-aged fiction these days, Erin Yun’s appealing debut novel PIPPA PARK RAISES HER GAME strikes just the right notes to appeal to both MG and younger YA readers. Many thanks to Media Masters Publicity for [Read On]

Book Review: Ain’t Nobody Nobody by Heather Harper Ellett

It’s my first book blog tour of 2020 and I’m kicking it off with a doozy with Ain’t Nobody Nobody, a dark southern noir/mystery debut by author Heather Harper Ellett. Check it out, and enter our giveaway for a chance to win one of three copies of the book! Many thanks to the author and [Read On]

I Read 67 Books in 2019. (67-ish.)

Goodreads has reported that I read 67 books in 2019. This beats my goal of 50, so at least I can say I definitively kicked butt on ONE of my goals for 2019. (Let’s not talk about the others, which all involve writing.) I realized that this is NOT a complete list, as this list [Read On]