Catherine by April Lindner | DNF Review

WHAT’S THE STORY HERE? Catherine by April Lindner is essentially a retelling of Wuthering Heights but for a modern era of teenagers. The premise is that it is told in dual storylines. We have the modern day story which follows this girl Chelsea as she runs away from home to go to this club in NYC […]

Into The Dim by Janet B. Taylor | DNF Review

Why Did I Pick This Book To Read? Initially, Into The Dim by Janet B. Taylor appealed to me because it was compared to Outlander. I also thought the jacket copy sounded AMAZING. Straight up, I am almost always interested in a time travel romance. Still, I am a huge procrastinator and a huge mood reader. […]

Hibernate With Me by Benjamin Scheuer Illustrated by Jemima Williams

I am so excited to feature Hibernate With Me by Benjamin Scheuer, illustrated by Jemima Williams today on Good Books & Good Wine! Now that I have a child, my eyes are peeled for adorable picture books to read before bed. You see like many other parents out there we read a few books before bed […]

5 Historical Fiction Audiobooks You Need To Listen To

If you know anything about me, the one thing you probably know is that I LOVE audiobooks. And so, I am listening to them constantly. Thanks to Hoopla, Overdrive, Libby and my library’s amazing ILL system, I always have an audiobook going (FOR FREE thank you taxes, you’re the real one). If you’re new to […]

Christmas Camp by Karen Schaler | Book Review

After reading Christmas Camp by Karen Schaler, I 100% want to go to a camp based around the theme of Christmas. I cracked open this book expecting to like it. All of the summary had indicators that this would be the right sort of book for me to give a shot. As it turns out though, […]

37 Bookish Resolutions To Try In 2019

Hello reader friends. It might just be me, but I LOVE making New Years Resolutions and talking about them. There’s something about the fresh start of a new year and all sorts of goals that really appeals to me. Every year I make a bunch of resolutions – some I actually achieve and some, well, […]