Deanna Raybourn On Setting & Night Of A Thousand Stars | Guest Post | Giveaway

I am so pleased to welcome one of my favorite authors EVER to Good Books And Good Wine today, Deanna Raybourn, author of Night Of A Thousand Stars and the Lady Julia mysteries. Huge thanks to Good Books and Good Wine for giving me a chance to geek out over one of my favorite things […]

Night Of A Thousand Stars by Deanna Raybourn | Book Review

The thing that I love about Deanna Raybourn’s books is that she writes these female characters who defy historical convention. She writes in such a way that once I start her books, I am captivated and am unable to focus on reading anything else until the very end. Her latest book,Night Of A Thousand Stars […]

Navigating Early by Clare Vanderpool | Audiobook Review

Navigating Early by Clare Vanderpool appealed to me because I was in need of an audiobook that I figured would be short, good, and something that I actually care about listening to.

Jesus Land by Julia Scheeres | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? Sometimes, I just need some non-fiction in my life. A while back,I listened toA Thousand Lives by Julia Scheeres and really thought it was an excellent listen. When I came acrossJesus Land on Audible, I purchased it without even making the connection in my head that it was […]

One Summer: America, 1927 by Bill Bryson | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? Remember that whole secret project that I keep going on and on about? Well, the audiobook ofOne Summer: America, 1927by Bill Bryson and narrated by Bryson as well was a part of that secret project. However, listening to this book did not feel like homework or like some […]

Battle Fatigue | Mark Kurlansky | Book Review

There are some books that strike you right in the conscience. These are the books that make you think and maybe ponder your value system just a little bit. When I opened up Battle Fatigue by Mark Kurlansky, I think I was expecting draft dodgers and maybe a teenager reluctantly going to war. I think I […]