Keep Me Posted by Lisa Beazley | Book Review

Keep Me Posted by Lisa Beazley is a very easily readable book. The writing flows really well. Find out why you should read Keep Me Posted by clicking here.

Allison: Christmas on Chestnut Street | Nancy Thayer | Book Review

Christmas on Chestnut Street by Nancy Thayer starts when Felicia returns to her family home for the holiday season with plans to marry her fianc Archie. Almost immediately, you can sense the tension in the family as Archie did not fit the expected mold of the family. He is not prim and proper but is […]

Half A King by Joe Abercrombie | Book Review

I really wanted to love Half A King by Joe Abercrombie, given all the blurbs by fantasy authors that I love. Unfortunately, I am not very impressed withHalf A King. A few reviews that I’ve seen have stated that perhaps this isn’t the best book because it’s a young adult book. However as a frequent […]

Moth And Spark by Anne Leonard | Book Review

This whole adding variety and reading adult books thing is really working out quite well for me.Moth And Spark by Anne Leonard is sort of out of the norm for me, considering that I typically read young adult books that take a day or two to get through. I will state that prior to blogging […]

The Peach Keeper by Sarah Addison Allen

I wish I lived in the worlds contained in Sarah Addison Allen’s pages, where the ordinary is peppered by magic, where setting is almost as prominent as the characters. The Peach Keeper is set in Walls of Water, North Carolina, a town which once made it’s money off timber, but now has a thriving forest […]

Review: Innocent Traitor by Alison Weir

In college I squandered all of my European history credits on Medieval history and World War II. I never took a class where we studied the Tudors in depth. However, like Twain, I try to self-educate by reading voraciously. When I had signed up for Audible, I had no idea what book to use my […]