Happy Friday! Today I am spotlighting a new nonfiction book that I am looking forward to reading. As a young adult still in the early stages of my career, finding a financial balance is an ongoing process. If you're like me and don't have all the answers for determining an overarching financial management plan or theory, then this might be the perfect book for you! I haven't yet had a chance to read it, but I am looking forward to it very much.
Posting three days in a row...what is this, December?! Absolutely! With the school semester done, I'm gearing up for the 12 Days of Christmas linkup and have a ton of exciting content planned for this month. Which, yes, means posts three days in a row this week, and lots more seasonal and bookish fun to come!
So many good indie books are releasing this month! Today I'm highlighting a book I've been excited about for a long time.
Another book that I am very excited for releases today! This is a limited edition novella collection, and I cannot wait to read the stories! I might have to wait a few weeks until school responsibilities let up enough to have time to read for pleasure, though. Join me in celebrating!
Congratulations on publishing your poetry book, Amie! This book is so beautiful, heartfelt, raw, and empowering. I can't wait to see the impact it has. About the Book Title: Fifteen: A Compilation of Poems Author: Amie Woleslagle Genre: Poetry Blurb: You’re not alone. You’re not the only person who struggles with mental health issues, not the only person... Continue Reading →
Usually, I'm not the kind of person who cares much about new releases. They're fun, sure, but time-proven classics tend to grab my attention more than brand new books. However, while drafting my monthly TBR list for November, I realized that there are a few books releasing soon which I am very excited about, and... Continue Reading →
Happy Friday, Readers! Today we're talking about book two in the Librarians of Willow Hollow series, AKA one of my favorite things to come out of this year! I Love to Tell the Story introduces us to Lillian Sullivan, a kind young woman who leaves her dying home town of Castle Rock, Montana to tackle the challenge of being a horseback librarian in Willow Hollow, Kentucky. She's a bit older and more mature than Lena, the protagonist from the first book, and brings a dedicated perspective on Christianity and Christian love which the town has not seen.
This book released on Tuesday, August 18.
Hello from a Tuesday morning, Readers! One of my favorite indie authors, Kellyn Roth, is in the process of re-launching her book series The Chonicles of Alice and Ivy, and today I get to tell you about the second book in the series. This book just became available, and the premise has me sucked in completely.... Continue Reading →
The book I'm featuring today is one of my new favorites. I can't wait to read the rest of the series and learn about the other Librarians of Willow Hollow! First Line Friday is a weekly linkup hosted at Hoarding Books. To participate, share the first line of a book of your choice, add the link to... Continue Reading →
I love the Annie Moses Band. Their music is just phenomenal! They're most well-known for their Christmas music, but I love their other music as well. As we're nearly halfway through Summer, this seemed an ideal time to share this song with y'all! For the same reason, it's time for me to check in on... Continue Reading →