When I saw The Murder of Patience Brooke by J.C. Briggs on NetGalley I knew I had to read it. The book begins at the home that Charles Dickens founded for fallen women. The gruesome murder of Patience Brooke is discovered. So Charles Dickens and Superintendent Jones waste no time in investigating the murder. They … Continue reading The Murder of Patience Brooke by J.C. Briggs ~Review~
There is a common misconception when it comes to yoga. There is the automatic stereotype that yoga is mainly for thin, young men and women, who are extremely flexible. I can tell you as a yoga practitioner that I do not fit into that stereotype. That is why I loved this book, Yoga For Everyone … Continue reading Yoga For Everyone by Dianne Bondy ~ ARC Review
As always, December just flies by. There are still 5 days left so I won't post my final reading challenge stats of the year until next week. I have been participating in the Tackle That TBR read-a-thon. I haven't had the chance to read much this last week, but I am hoping to make a … Continue reading December Highlights!
Merry Christmas! I think everyone who knows me, knows that if I could choose anyone in the world to meet, past or present, it would be J.R.R. Tolkien. I love everything he has ever written. However, after reading Letters From Father Christmas by J.R.R. Tolkien, I would love the chance to meet his children. This book is … Continue reading Letters From Father Christmas by J.R.R. Tolkien ~Review~
I have been practicing yoga for almost 6 years. I love how it has become a part of my daily routine. Science of Yoga by Ann Swanson is one of those books that I think is such a wonderful resource. The book breaks down the human anatomy. It is filled with detailed pictures showing how … Continue reading Science of Yoga by Ann Swanson ~ ARC Review~
Christmas is just 6 days away! This is my absolute favorite time of year. In fact, all my Christmas shopping is done. I love coming up with gifts for all my loved ones...except for my husband, he is way too difficult to shop for. I honestly just love getting together with family and making sure … Continue reading Bookish Christmas Wishlist!
I have read Hendricks and Pekkanen's first book, The Wife Between Us. Overall, I enjoyed the story and the suspense that they were able to create. However, there were moments that seemed repetitive and wordy which distracted me from the suspense. So, I was hesitant when I picked up their second novel, An Anonymous Girl. The … Continue reading An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen~ ARC Review~
When I received this book and decided to look it up before I read it, the book is described as a medical thriller or mystery that is based on a true story. To me, this book is a coming-of-age, fictitious memoir. Atlas of Men by David Sklar is about a man named Dr. Robert Thames. … Continue reading Atlas of Men by David Sklar ~Review~
It has finally been published! This issue is just filled with magic--I mean, come on! Just look at that cover! Elle J Rossi always does an absolutely amazing job! https://www.indtale.com/ In this issue, you will find amazing articles, reviews, and special author interviews! This month, InD'Tale interviewed Elizabeth Hoyt this month and I loved reading … Continue reading InD’Tale Magazine~December/January Issue!
I have been practicing yoga for over 5 years. Not only does it help build up strength and flexibility but it is also great for practicing mindfulness and improving concentration. It has been such a huge help in dealing with my OCD and anxiety. Yoga For Kids by Susannah Hoffman only makes sense. The book … Continue reading Yoga For Kids by Susannah Hoffman ~Review~