About the Book Book: The Socialite Author: J’nell Ciesielski Genre: Historical Romance Release Date: April 14, 2020 Glamour, treachery, and espionage collide when an English socialite rushes to save her sister from the Nazis. As the daughter of Sir Alfred Whitford, Kat has a certain set of responsibilities. But chasing her wayward sister, Ellie, to Nazi-occupied Paris… Continue reading Book Review – The Socialite
Today, I'm sharing this first line with you... Benjamin Booker sat in the Old Bailey, pulse pounding. His most important case to date had finally been called to trial--his chance to prove himself to the firm's partners. This comes from The Bridge to Belle Island by Julie Klassen And...here's the back cover copy: After… Continue reading First Line Friday
Hi! I'm trying something new...I saw this really cool idea on a fellow blogger's site, and she was offering other bloggers to join her in doing this. I thought it would be fun. But...I'm not totally sure what I'm doing, or how to make it work to join in with her. 🙂 So... I'm copying… Continue reading Wondering Wednesdays
A Mosaic of Wings by Kimberly Duffy About the book It's 1885, and all Nora Shipley wants, now that she's graduating from Cornell University as valedictorian of the entomology program, is to follow in her late father's footsteps by getting her master's degree and taking over the scientific journal he started. The only way… Continue reading Book Review – A Mosaic of Wings
Storing Up Trouble by Jen Turano My Review Well, she's done it again! Jen Turano has given us once more a delightfully sweet, excruciatingly humorous historical fiction. I'm kind of sad, because this book is the final book in her American Heiresses series. I like so much about this book, but I especially love the… Continue reading Book Review – Storing Up Trouble
Today I'm excited to tell you about this...the official launch of a new and exciting venture. Authors! Take your writing to the next level with honest, in-depth critiques from some of the industry’s best professional readers. A writer’s critique helps you with craft, but a professional reader’s critique helps you with the nuances of story… Continue reading Attention, authors and writers!
Today, I give you a first line from an older book...I still have some library books here on my shelf. Books I've been wanting to read, and now I actually have time. Not to mention, the library books are here a bit indefinitely, because of how everything is in our world right now... "A summons… Continue reading First Line Friday