A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn ~Audiobook Review~

If you are just tuning in, then you will need to know that I have been on quite a historical mystery kick recently. I became completely immersed with Anna Lee Huber's Lady Darby Mystery Series and Sherry Thomas' Lady Sherlock Series. Well, I flew through those books and I have been desperate for more, and … Continue reading A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn ~Audiobook Review~

1-Month Summer Reading List Check-In!

We are officially 1 month into Summer and that means 1 month closer to FALL! Our weather has been hot and muggy. Now my kids are sick, so we have been inside all week long trying to shake this cold. I am glad they are dealing with it now because school starts in just over … Continue reading 1-Month Summer Reading List Check-In!

The Swift and the Harrier by Minette Walters ~ARC Review~

"Yet, in view of her dislike of war, she found it ironic that it was conflict that had allowed her skills to be appreciated. In peace, women were considered inferior, under siege, they were granted the same status and authority as men."The Swift and the Harrier Thank you, NetGalley, Minette Walters, and Blackstone Publishing for … Continue reading The Swift and the Harrier by Minette Walters ~ARC Review~

The Evening and the Morning by Ken Follett ~Audiobook Review~

“When the Roman Empire declined, Britain went backward. As the Roman villas crumbled, the people built one-room wooden dwellings without chimneys. The technology of Roman pottery—important for storing food—was mostly lost. Literacy declined. This period is sometimes called the Dark Ages, and progress was painfully slow for five hundred years. Then, at last, things started … Continue reading The Evening and the Morning by Ken Follett ~Audiobook Review~