I've seen these posts before, and I always enjoy reading them on other people's blogs, so I decided to see if I could figure out how to join in and participate here on my own blog today. I'm currently reading Darkwater Secrets by Robin Caroll, and loving it! (I'll be sharing my review on this… Continue reading First Line Friday
About the Book Title: The Struggle is Real Author: Nicole Unice Genre: Non-fiction, Christian life, spiritual Growth Release date: August 21, 2018 “It just shouldn’t be this hard!” Raise your hand if you’ve ever had a day where everything that could go wrong does go wrong—you lock your keys in the car while it’s running,… Continue reading Blog Tour – The Struggle Is Real
Life will begin it's normal routine again...that is, once we find normal.... Today was the first day of another year of school. A year which is also the last year that all four girls we be at the same school. The last "first" day of school for our oldest daughter. (Unless she changes her mind… Continue reading Back To School
Um…YES!!! This post is (obviously) not original with me, but was just too good to not reshare… I’m sure there might be some of you that visit this page and wonder just why I read so much, and maybe you’d want to say some of these to me….well, read on! 😉
This post isn’t for my fellow readers. We share the same struggles, like having way too many books that need to be read and yet still longing for our favorite authors to write a little bit faster.
No, I’m writing this for the people who wouldn’t classify themselves as dedicated readers, but who know and love at least one. If you’ve ever made a casual comment to a book lover and received an angry comeback, glare, or snarl accompanied by the reader clutching a book tighter and you don’t know why…read on. (If someone posted this on Facebook and tagged you…definitely read on.) Here are a few things you should never say to a true lover of books.
One: “You spend too much money on books.”
Listen, I get it. You’re advocating for a sensible book budget. But let’s start with the fact that the standard for “sensible” is probably…
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We have a Giveaway Winner!! We tossed all your names in a hat...or rather a bowl... and the winner is Cindy Butler I am going to contact her, and if I don't hear back within the next few days, I will draw another name. Thanks to all of you for stopping by and… Continue reading And we have a WINNER!
I think it's about time I do another one of these! There is a facebook group that has an ongoing thread for freebies, and when I started looking this morning, I thought I wasn't going to find anything worth recommending, but then I was surprised. 🙂 Here goes! None So Blind by Chautona Havig (this… Continue reading Freebie Friday!!
Today I have some exciting news!! I am here to tell you about a brand new book...today is the first day that news of this book, and a peek at it's cover, is hitting the public eye!! Here you see the talented author, Amy Matayo herself, showing us her gorgeous new book!! Book Synopsis: Lies… Continue reading Cover Reveal!!
Ties That Blind by Chautona Havig Release date: August, 2018 Genre: Suspense He may not be the only person in the Rockland area to wake up without a memory, but he might be the only killer… Simon Prescott, the latest victim of spontaneous amnesia in Rockland, is under suspicion of murder. The evidence, though weak… Continue reading Blog Tour – Ties That Blind
Today I'm introducing you to a book that is rather different than most I've featured here. Homespun Editor: Lorilee Craker This is not a fiction book, and it is not a story. Rather, it is a collection of articles. Articles written by different authors. All of these authors are writing from the perspective of either… Continue reading Book Tour – Homespun
The book I'm introducing you to today, A Rumored Fortune, is one of the best I've read this year! (That's saying a lot, I know, but it's true!!) What makes it even more surprising is that this is only the 2nd novel published by the author. (I also really liked the first one, Lady Jayne… Continue reading Book Review – A Rumored Fortune