Tackling the TBR #8

Explanation: It has become apparent that my TBR (to be read) list has gotten nearly out of hand. Therefore, I have decided to do a post featuring ten books from it approximately every other week. As I go through the list, I will evaluate each book and decide whether or not it still belongs. Who... Continue Reading →

Tackling the TBR #7

Being at home all day, every day, has given me extra time to read through the books that I already own. I've made a good dent in my 2020 Read or Donate shelf, and I feel really good about how much I am reading and doing in general! I thought that this would also have... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday {4.5.2020}

Here we are at the start of a Passion Week sure to be unlike any other. It's strange to me how many people are going out of their way to not talk about this, when I would rather look at it more closely and find new ways to evoke the meaning of the season while... Continue Reading →

First Line Friday Spotlight: The Summer We Turned Thirteen by Kayla Maria

Hello Readers! We've made it through another week, to another First Line Friday! Today I have the honor spotlighting The Summer We Turned Thirteen by new indie author Kayla Maria. The First Line: "James, come on, sweetie; you can't hide in the car forever." About the Book Title: The Summer We Turned Thirteen Author: Kayla Maria Genre: Young... Continue Reading →

The 10 Most Disappointing Books I Read in 2019

I spent a lot of time reading in 2019. I read more than 80 books, and most of them I enjoyed very much! However, there were also some flops. It's inevitable that there will be some disappointments along the way, so I no longer let myself feel bad when I decide not to finish a... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Crown of Beauty by Cecily Wolfe (Cliff Walk Courtships #2)

Happy Friday y'all! Today I get to share with you a review of another fun historical romance! This is the second book in the Cliff Walk Courtships trilogy (find my review of book one here!), which I am really enjoying. Title: Crown of Beauty (Cliff Walk Courtships #2) Author: Cecily Wolfe Genre: Historical Fiction (18th c), Christian... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Lords of St. Thomas by Jackson Ellis

Synopsis: In the 1930s, during construction of the Hoover Dam, the U.S. government began buying out the residents of St. Thomas, Nevada. Yet the hardheaded Henry Lord, believing the waters of the newly created Lake Mead would never reach his home, refused to sell or vacate his property. It was a mistake that would cost him dearly. Lords of St. Thomas details the... Continue Reading →

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