The Sisters of Good Books and Good Wine go Running!

Turkey Trot

For the first time in our 23 years of being sisters, April and I are doing a 5k together this weekend! In fact, this will be April's first 5k race EVER and my fourth. We're both relatively new to the running scene, training off and on for the past year or so. I don't think either of us feels … [continue]

Blue Lily, Lily Blue: The Moon Blog Tour Post


Today we are beyond thrilled to announce that we’re part of the Blue Lily, Lily Blue blog tour. We could not be more excited to promote a series that we love! As part of the tour, we were given the Moon Card! We’re celebrating the release of Blue Lily, Lily Blue with a Tarot Reading of […]


Rouge Wave | Jennifer Donnelly | GIVEAWAY


ROGUE WAVE (Book 2 in The Waterfire Saga) Jennifer Donnelly


Allison | Batter Up | Robyn Neeley | Book Review


Sometimes you just need a book that isn’t too heavy with multiple dimensions, argumentative characters, and a super steamy romance. You need a book that is cute and fluffy. You need endearing characters and although the romance may be a tad predictable, you still find yourself cheering for it, and wanting it to work. You […]


Allison: Firewall | DiAnn Mills | Book Review


On the surface, Firewall by DiAnn Mills is suspenseful fiction. It contains the element of mystery and romance mixed with the dramatics of the FBI and a potential terrorist situation. Honestly, there is so much potential for something outside my normal reading but unfortunately that potential was never fully reached for me. There was just […]


Tomboy by Liz Prince | Graphic Memoir Review


I read Tomboy: A Graphic Memoir by Liz Prince because I am such a huge fan of graphic novel memoirs. I used to really be into reading memoirs, but don’t seem to have the time for them anymore, and so graphic novels are a nice way to be able to fit them in. Furthermore, I like it when books deal with things like gender constructs and society’s expectations of people. So, the subject matter of Prince’s memoir seemed really interesting. It sounded like a smart and thoughtful graphic memoir.


Allison: For Real | Alison Cherry | Book Review

For Real Cover

I have to admit that I am not a reality TV person. In fact, I think the only reality TV show that I have actually seen the most seasons of is Dancing with the Stars. I have also watched a few seasons of America Idol and America’s Got Talent but Dancing with the Stars is […]


Creatures Of The Deep by Erich Hoyt | Book Review

Why Did I Read This Book? I have this irrational phobia of fish and the ocean. Reading books, however, offer me a way to conquer this phobia and to learn more than I had ever thought possible. Initially, I became interested in Creatures Of The Deep: In Search Of The Sea’s Monsters And The World They […]


Maid Of Deception by Jennifer McGowan | Book Review


If you have the end of a book series syndrome after reading the Grave Mercy books by Robin LaFevers, you should pick up the Maids Of Honor series by Jennifer McGowan to fulfill that void in your life. Maid Of Deception is book two in the series and is just as good as its predecessor.


In Real Life by Cory Doctorow illustrated by Jen Wang | Graphic Novel Review


Why Did I Read This Book? I love books about gaming. I am not a gamer at all, by any means. Yet, there is something about the idea of people coming together for some sort of virtual quest or even just the community that gaming can provide that really appeals to me. Now, that stated, […]

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