All the way from Hertfordshire! Put your hands together for Rowan Coleman who joins us today for Ten Questions. Continue reading “Ten Questions with Rowan Coleman”
I’ve recently been given an excuse to update my wardrobe and I’ve decided to give it a particularly bookish spin (think modern-vintage-geeky-librarian-chic). Not surprisingly I’ve found a plethora of wonderful items and thought I’d share them with you. Continue reading “Gifts for the Bookish: Wear Your Favorite Book”
Not just another *diet* book or *way of living* outline, this book looks at the biology of the human body and how foods can affect your hunger.
Continue reading “Book Review: Always Hungry? by David Ludwig”
The cover of this book immediately jumped out at me while searching NetGalley one day. When I read the description I was immediately intrigued but my stomach also turned. Would I be able to read this book without making myself sick? Continue reading “Review + Blog Tour + Giveaway: Boy, 9, Missing by Nic Joseph”
I’m so excited about this anthology! I’ve been waiting for it to come out for awhile and it’s finally here! This anthology has 12 short stories that range from Y/A to N/A to M/M. 100% of the proceeds go to author Colleen Hoover’s charity The Bookworm Box. I’m going to review just a few of the stories here and also want to give away a copy of the kindle version – scroll down to the bottom to find out how to enter! Continue reading “Anthology Book Review: Between Hearts”
Laughter truly is the best medicine. Catnapped! isn’t just funny… it’s sidesplitting funny.
Continue reading “Book Review: Catnapped! by Elaine Viets”
Gayle Forman is known for her Young Adult fiction and I’m a big fan. If I Stay in particular is one of my favorites of hers, but I’ve read pretty much everything she’s written. So I was very excited to get her first foray into Adult fiction at BEA back in May. Continue reading “Book Review: Leave Me by Gayle Forman”
I’ve read several James Patterson novels and I know him for his mysteries. Woman of God is a departure from those books as Patterson dives into what I’ll call Christian Fiction. While the subject matter is completely different, Patterson fans might be pleased to know that this book follows the same writing style (short chapter and sentence format) of previous books. Continue reading “Book Review: Woman of God by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro”