Final Christmas Book Review of the Season: Featuring Sincerely, Jem by Kate Willis

Happy Monday! I'm switching things up a little this week and starting with a review that I am very excited to write! I first heard about today's book a few months ago, when it was announced that it would be available in a limited-time Christmas anthology. I really wanted to read this anthology, but I... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday / Library Loot {1.13.2020}

Another week, another blog post! Today I'm joining the Mailbox Monday linkup to share the new books I got. Only in my case, none of them came in the mail, they all came through the library, so I am also linking up with The Captive Reader for Library Loot (I'll add the link on Wednesday).... Continue Reading →

Christmas Book Review: Where Treetops Glisten by Goyer, Putman, and Sundin

Today's Christmas-themed book review covers the best Christmas book I read this year. If you enjoy historical fiction, clean romance, or Christmas stories, then Where Treetops Glisten is sure to be a hit! About the Book Title: Where Treetops Glisten Author(s): Tricia Goyer, Cara Putman, & Sarah Sundin Publication Date: September 16, 2014 Genre: Christmas, Christian Historical Fiction (WW2), Clean Romance... Continue Reading →

Christmas Short Story Review: Kind by Kellyn Roth

The weekend before Christmas needed something special...like another Christmas-themed short story review! This one isn't very long, so it won't take you away from any last-minute preparations or early celebrations for long. About the Book Title: Kind Author: Kellyn Roth Genre: Historical Fiction - WW2; Christmas Synopsis: Lt. Neil Hudson is sure to have a... Continue Reading →

Christmas Short Story Review: Red Boots by Kate Willis

A short review post for a short story! About the Book Title: Red Boots Author: Kate Willis Genre: Historical Fiction, Christmas Publication Date: December 2017 Synopsis (from Goodreads): Old Joey’s lips fell open in astonishment as he examined a pair of boots. They were bright red, standing out like a forgotten apple on an autumn... Continue Reading →

Christmas Short Story Review: Unto Him by Rebekah Morris

It's Friday review time! Enjoy this review of the first Christmas-themed story I read this year, then go enjoy a cup of hot chocolate or another winter comfort! About the Book Title: Unto Him Author: Rebekah Morris Genre: Christmas, uncertain time period Synopsis: When 10-year-old Richard discovers a family has moved into the empty house in... Continue Reading →

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