Historical fiction is usually not the genre I seek out. But this is Amy Harmon, whose book Making Faces is one of my all-time favorites, so I had to give it a try. Continue reading “Book Review: Where the Lost Wander by Amy Harmon”
A well-written and compelling story. This is the first book I’ve read by Wingate and I’ll be checking out more of her work. Continue reading “Book Review: Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate”
Please forgive the randomness of this post but after not posting for weeks I figured you deserved at least some explanation as to why.
Since the beginning of the year I’ve felt like I was one bad book or one distraction away from slipping into an epic book slump and, until recently, I was able to fend it off but in the end it got the better of me…and I blame Melinda for at least part of it, lol!
Continue reading “Bookworm Problems”
Neil Gaiman wrote a new book. That was pretty much all I need to know before making a buying decision but, even though it was an instabuy, I didn’t expect it to leave me wondering if this was the perfect audiobook. Continue reading “Audio Book Review: Norse Mythology”
Where do I start? If you’re like me and enjoy historical non-fiction, then this one you may want to pick up. Keep in mind it’s about mental health treatment in the United States starting in the mid-20th century.
Could there a book that, in some way, appeals to everyone? If it is possible, I’d lay a solid bet that Letters of Note could be that book. Continue reading “Book Review: Letters of Note by Shaun Usher”
If you’ve read Alyson Richman’s novels before, you won’t be disappointed with The Velvet Hours. If you’re a first time reader, get ready to add a pile of books to your to-read shelf.
This was a re-issue of an older book written by one of my go to romance authors, Sabrina Jeffries, writing as Deborah Martin. What a wonderful love story this turned out to be! Continue reading “Book Review: Stormswept by Deborah Martin”
The day a favorite author announces the release date for their latest novel is one of those wonderful bookworm moments–this book is real and is finally coming! Then there are the days, weeks, months of anticipation all leading up to the day that we (not so) patiently await delivery, those of us choosing a digital copy often waiting til the wee hours of the morning for our Kindles (Nooks etc) to update. And then, just when you think you can’t wait any longer–it arrives! Continue reading “Book Review: Mr. Darcy’s Journey by Abigail Reynolds”