Happy Monday! School starts this week. While I am excited that my boys are starting school, I am nervous given the rising cases of the new COVID variants. More children have been testing positive and while it may not be severe, we have no way of knowing how this will affect them as they get … Continue reading ~August Week 2 TBR~
I am determined to make a daily post. I am hoping it keeps me up to date on all my reads and keep me motivated. I have a hell of a TBR for August, so I will need all the motivation I can get! I would love to get through it all! Do you think … Continue reading ~August TBR~
I absolutely despise Summer. It's hot, my kids cannot stay entertained for two minutes, and did I mention it is hot? In fact, when posting about our next Book Club pick in our Beaumont Bookworms group, I accidentally skipped straight to September instead of August. Whoops. But it is obvious I am completely over it. … Continue reading ~July Highlights
Thank you, Stephen Writes for the tag! Unfortunately, WordPress isn't letting me tag anyone. Hopefully I can figure that out sooner or later! Anyway, we are halfway through the year and I am currently reading The Witch's Heart by Genevieve Gornichec. So let's dive right into the questions!1) How much have you read?~I have read … Continue reading Mid-Year Freakout Tag!
Ribbons of Scarlet is an anthology written by various authors. This novel is about six women during the French Revolution that has one direction and yet six different points of view. Part I: The Philosopher by Stephanie Dray is about Sophie de Grouchy. She does not want to be ruled by any man, but then … Continue reading Ribbons of Scarlet ~Review~
I have to often explain myself when it comes to how much I read. I don't skim read. I also don't think I read very fast. Reading is just my escape. It is my happy place. I listen to audiobooks when I do chores, work out, and when I drive. Instead of watching Netflix or … Continue reading ~June Highlights~
It is time for Old Navy flip-flops, watermelon, strawberries, and most importantly...Summer Reading Lists! If you know me, then you know that I am not exactly a fan of summer. In fact, I am already counting down for October. However, every year I come up with a Summer Reading theme! In 2019, it was Witches, … Continue reading ~Summer Reading List 2021~
When I originally planned what audiobooks I was going to read this month, two of the books were by Hilary Mantel and they are the last two books in the Thomas Cromwell series. Well, I just finished Wolf Hall (the first book) and I can't keep going. How does a book about the Tudors fall … Continue reading June Audiobooks!
This is such an important issue! The RONE Award finalist announcement is inside!! These finalists will now go onto the final round where our judges will read and score each book. The winners will be announced at InD'Scribe Author and Reader Con which actually takes place on a cruise this year!! Wanna join us? Head … Continue reading InD’Tale Magazine June Issue!
I am so proud that I haven't purchased a book this month! It is giving me an opportunity to actually dive into the books I actually have or peruse my library. Thanks to Hachette Books I received two books!1) Still Alive by Forrest Galante~ This a memoir/nonfiction about him discussing his job as a wildlife … Continue reading ~May/June Book Haul~