Three Truths and a Lie by Brent Hartinger | Book Review

Three Truths And A Lie by Brent Hartinger is absolutely an unexpected book. I mean, I had accepted the Netgalley eARC for review on the premise that there would be lies and murder. Certain parts are hard to see coming. I will leave it at that. Readers, this is the book for you if you want […]

Abracadabra: The Story Of Magic Through The Ages by HP Newquist | Book Review

When I was in second grade, I would always get books out of the library about magic and magic tricks. These books were circa 1970s printing. I only ever learned one trick which was how to make a pencil look like it was bending – so I guess you can call me an illusionist. Let’s […]

Terrible Typhoid Mary: A True Story Of The Deadliest Cook In America by Susan Campbell Bartoletti | Book Review

Okay, if you are not new to Good Books & Good Wine you know that I love books about diseases. I do not know why I find diseases so interesting, but there it is. If you are new here, HI SORRY IF I SCARED YOU AWAY. Terrible Typhoid Mary: A True Story Of The Deadliest Cook […]

Rapture Practice: A True Story About Growing Up Gay in an Evangelical Family by Aaron Hartzler | Book Review

I have literally had Rapture Practice by Aaron Hartzler on my TBR for over a year. I mean, my actual write it in the composition this is serious I mean business TBR. What is not to intrigue me? Hartzler’s memoir promises to be about a person growing up in an evangelical family who happens to be […]

Thomas Jefferson: President and Philosopher by Jon Meacham | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? Ever since listening to How To Fight Presidents, I have had a little bit of a side interest in the Presidents. Thomas Jefferson: President And Philosopher by Jon Meacham presented itself to me, basically, and well, riding that whole high from How To Fight Presidents, I listened to it, way later, […]

We Should Hang Out Sometime by Josh Sundquist | Book Review

I think those of you who read Good Books And Good Wine on the regular know that I am really into memoirs — especially when I am in need of a break from young adult books. We Should Hang Out Sometime by Josh Sundquist manages to be BOTH of those things! WHAT I KNOW! So awesome. […]