***Cue the confetti and drumroll*** Today's post is all about Faith Potts' new release, Window Fellow, and I don't think I have EVER been nearly this excited about the release of a short story before! This story and this author are just outstanding. You really don't want to miss this one.
One of my goals for this month is to get more reviews posted, so I'm taking advantage of a few extra minutes to schedule a post for a day I rarely post on: Tuesday! The book I'm reviewing today is extremely short in length, but full of substance. About the Book Title: Life on Mission @... Continue Reading →
My favorite Fridays are Book Review Fridays, and today's book is particularly interesting! About the Book Title: The Betrothed Author: Kiera Cass Genre: YA Fantasy (ish) Synopsis: When King Jameson declares his love for Lady Hollis Brite, Hollis is shocked—and thrilled. After all, she’s grown up at Keresken Castle, vying for the king’s attention alongside other daughters of... Continue Reading →
I have held off on posting this book review because I want to be entirely fair with it. Somehow, that has been difficult to maintain while writing. This book was not what I expected, and at times I have found myself falling towards one or another of a few extreme positions: from one that is... Continue Reading →
Today's mid-week book review is part of a blog tour for The Treasure Hunt by Kate Willis, which was re-released on Monday, May 25.
Today is twice as good as most days because A) it's Friday and B) I get to talk about one of my new favorite books! I listened to The Keeper of the Lost Cities audiobook while my work was closed, and I am blown away by how good this book is. I can't wait to read the rest of the series! So, today I'm going to share with you 5 reasons I loved The Keeper of the Lost Cities, and I hope you will find at least one reason that encourages you to read it, too!
Happy Friday, Readers! I'm linking up for another First Line Friday today, and featuring a book that I hope finds a place on my own shelf soon! For now it lives in my local library, where I can revisit it as often as I like (assuming it isn't already checked out to someone else!). First... Continue Reading →
Happy last week of April, Readers! As this month draws to a close, I'm sure there are more than a few people breathing a sigh of relief. There are also plenty who are grieving. Wherever you find yourself, I hope that this week brings a brighter shade of hope. Maybe it will bring a good... Continue Reading →
The book I'm reviewing today is truly unique (at least, to this Oklahoma reader). Castle of Concrete is a young adult book set in the Soviet Union during the chaotic 1990s. The author takes relevant local political and social issues and creates a story that also touches on universal notes of adolescence. There are a... Continue Reading →