Robert Bailey is the writer of “Between Black and White” that I will review next week. His debut novel, “The Professor”, won the 2014 Beverly Hills Book Award for legal thriller of the year and was an Amazon bestseller, spending several weeks at #1 in the legal thriller category. I requested the 10 Questions from this author because of how invested I became in “Between Black and White”. Bailey’s writing is compelling, as are his responses to our 10 Questions.
* Click click click* That’s the sound of me buying everything Fredrik Backman has written. I know I’m late to the game having just read A Man Called Ove but I’m going to ask forgiveness by saying that everyone who told me to read it was right–so very right. Continue reading “Book Review: A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman”
Faith and doubt in Western literature.
Continue reading “Book Review: The Heart of the Matter by Graham Greene”
This post is going to be on the long side so I’m going to do away with the catchy intros and just jump right in. This week Melinda and Jessica are participating in the blog tour for A Change of Heart by one of their favorite authors, Sonali Dev. We’ve got a silly story of two bloggers, a review, an interview with the author, and, if you make it all the way to the end, a giveaway! Fun right! We think so :) Continue reading “A Change of Heart by Sonali Dev: A Book Review, Blog Tour, Giveaway, Interview, and an Umm Interesting Conversation”
I’m thrilled to be celebrating Twelve Days of Kindness with Debbie Macomber in anticipation of her newest Christmas story, Twelve Days of Christmas. On each day of the twelve days leading up to the October 4th release of the book, a different blogger will feature a small kindness they’ve performed or plan on performing. I loved this idea and immediately jumped at the chance to participate! Continue reading “Book Review: Twelve Days of Christmas by Debbie Macomber”
I know there is a division among avid readers between those that will only read a book once and those who re-read their favorites many times over. It’s no secret that I fall into the re-reader group, but I have a question for my fellow bookworms in both camps: Do you ever choose to read or re-read a book based on the timeline of the story matching up with real-time? Continue reading “Real-Time Reads: A Discovery of Witches, Harry Potter, and Little Women”
Love her or hate her, Alison Arngrim writes a mean memoire.
Continue reading “Book Review: Confessions of a Prairie Bitch by Alison Arngrim”
This is the 4th book in Megan Erickson’s male/male romance In Focus but it can absolutely be read alone and you won’t be lost at all. However the previous books are really great so I would highly recommend anyone them. They’re some of my favorites in the genre! Continue reading “Release Blitz + Review: Overexposed by Megan Erickson”
I found The Vanishing Year to be boring and anticlimactic. Continue reading “Book Review: The Vanishing Year by Kate Moretti”