In 2019 Cecily Wolfe easily became one of my favorite new-to-me authors. I quickly read her Cliff Walk Courtships trilogy, and have been on her bandwagon ever since! That trilogy is now being made into audiobooks, giving the world a whole new way to discover these sweet, clean stories. The Cliff Walk Courtships series is... Continue Reading →
July is officially over, and I hope that the extreme Summer heat will soon follow suit. I know we probably still have another month of 90 and 100° heat, but I am dreaming of the coming days when I will be able to comfortably eat lunch in my car with the windows down, and drive... Continue Reading →
On Saturday, July 25, I achieved my goal of reading 60 books in 2020!! I am so glad that I got this finished before school starts next month (somehow orientation being this Saturday seems both way too soon and not soon enough!). I wanted to have a little fun to celebrate, so I'm doing the... Continue Reading →
This is an exciting week, because I get to talk about two new releases by independent authors who I support wholeheartedly! Then, I'll have a just for fun post on Wednesday (possibly a tag?), my review of The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes on Friday, and I attend orientation for graduate school on Saturday. That's a lot for my literary heart to be happy about!
Happy Friday, Readers! The book I'm reviewing today has some parts that are very difficult to read due to the content, but I enjoyed learning about the Pack Horse Librarians very much. There really is a lot to unpack with this one.
We're traveling back in time a few different ways with today's featured book: A Distant Melody by Sarah Sundin. This historical fiction book is set during World War 2, and is the book that introduced me to Sundin, who instantly became one of my favorite authors. Five years later I have read many more of Sundin's... Continue Reading →
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 knows,... Continue Reading →
Short-term reading challenges are a wonderful tool for helping readers stay on track with reading goals, tackle difficult books, and just have fun. With that in mind, I am taking on three reading challenges this summer. Two of these challenges are hosted by other book bloggers I follow, and the third is my local library's... Continue Reading →
Hello Readers! Life didn't line up for me to post yesterday, so today I'm sharing a very short review of a novelette I read last week! This touching little book is by independent author and blogger Laura Danner. I got to share the book cover last fall, and I have been looking forward to reading Leaning... Continue Reading →
I'm happy to share with you today a book that is relevant to the week, Readers. Bethlehem's Brothers by Ronald Hera is the first in a trilogy set during the events of the New Testament. While it is fiction, it stays true to the Bible and works in many of the events surrounding Jesus' ministry... Continue Reading →