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, […]

A Season Of You by Emma Douglas | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To A Season Of You by Emma Douglas? A Season Of You by Emma Douglas is the second book in her Cloud Bay series and it is set during CHRISTMAS. I’ve only read one other book in her Cloud Bay series, No Place Like You, which is the third book. So I […]

The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher | Book Review

The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher CHARMED ME, unexpectedly. I was a little bit skeptical about how dinosaurs relate to Christmas. However, I was willing to give it a whirl. After all, this is a season for giving things a chance, right? So with exactly 48 hours until I was on a blog tour for it, […]

Mr. Dickens And His Carol by Samantha Silva | Book Review

Mr. Dickens And His Carol by Samantha Silva is just the ticket when you’ve finished listening to Tim Curry narrate A Christmas Carol, have already watched The Muppet Christmas Carol 10 times in December and just need something different. This book does not retell A Christmas Carol. Instead, it imagines the writing of the famous book and […]

Girls Made Of Snow And Glass by Melissa Bashardoust | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Girls Made Of Snow And Glass by Melissa Bashardoust? Girls Made Of Snow And Glass by Melissa Bashardoust absolutely appeals to me because it is a feminist retelling of Snow White (at least that is my impression). I felt like this book was completely up my alley. I saw it […]