When I was finally able to start reading this book, it just happened to be the week full of cloudy and dreary days--which are my favorite! The French Girl by Lexie Elliott definitely matched the mood set by the weather. The story begins by introducing Kate Channing, a woman who fought hard through her education and now … Continue reading The French Girl by Lexie Elliott ~Review~
*How is November already over?! I feel like I just got home from InD'Scribe and trying to start prepping for Halloween! But here I am taking down all my Thanksgiving decorations. My family usually decorates for Christmas the day after Thanksgiving but with my husband out of town, we will be waiting until he comes … Continue reading November Highlights
The Secrets of a Viscount by Linda Rae Sande is a Regency Romance and the third book in The Widows of the Aristocracy Series. I have had the opportunity to meet Linda Rae Sande at the 2017 InD'Scribe Con. She is absolutely wonderful! I have read some of her other works but nothing from this … Continue reading The Secrets of a Viscount by Linda Rae Sande ~Review~
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas has been on TBR pile for a while now and it saddens me that it was there that long. I finished this book yesterday and had to think about it for some time before writing this review. The story introduces us to Starr. Starr is a 16-year-old girl … Continue reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas ~Review~
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays during the year! I love when family comes together for food and joyous company. Yes, we should show gratitude throughout the year, but there isn't anything wrong setting a day aside where we shout to the world what we are thankful for. We all know that bibliophiles are … Continue reading This Bibliophile is Thankful for:
House of Belonging by Andrea Thome is the third book in the Hesse Creek Series, however, it can be read as a standalone novel. I had no issues following the story or the characters. This book introduces the readers to an acclaimed chef, Laina Ming. She is starting her life anew is Aspen, Colorado. After … Continue reading House of Belonging by Andrea Thome ~Review~
This is the book humanity needs right now. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green has been a book that I have been looking forward to for about a year now. If you don't know, Hank Green is John Green's brother (author of books like The Fault in Our Stars and Turtles All the Way Down.) Hank … Continue reading An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green ~Review~
Every month I will post some recent releases or books that I have yet to put on my bookshelf. Well, with Thanksgiving and Christmas quickly approaching, I thought I would give a shout out to the books that are on my Indie wishlist. Many of these books are by authors that I get to read … Continue reading Indie Wednesday Wishlist!
I love reading self-published, small published and Indie authors. These books usually have so many personal touches. Dunzy's Coffee Shop by R E Henderson is one of those books. Even at first look, who actually painted the cover art for the book. Right off the bat, you see how personal this book is. The story begins … Continue reading Dunzy’s Coffee Shop by R E Henderson ~Review~
You NEED to check out the November Issue of InD'Tale Magazine! This month is absolutely amazing! There are so many articles and reviews that you will all love! This month, InD'Tale Magazine interviewed RaeAnne Thayne! RaeAnne Thayne is a New York Times Best Seller who has written Romantic Suspense but also Sweet Small Town Contemporary … Continue reading InD’Tale Magazine November 2018!