Whirligig: Keeping the Promise by Richard Buxton Publication Date: April 22, 2017 Ocoee Publishing eBook & Paperback; 496 Pages Series: Shire’s Union, Book One Genre: Fiction/Historical The first novel from multi-award winning short-story writer Richard Buxton, Whirligig is at once an outsider’s odyssey through the battle for Tennessee, a touching story of impossible love, and… Continue reading Whirligig: Keeping the Promise
More often than not, I enjoy the books that I have the privilege of reviewing. On occasion, a book falls into my hands that hits me soul-deep. But sometimes? Sometimes I land on a gold mine, and the author hits me soul-deep, too. Which is exactly the case with Anna Belfrage. I first discovered Ms.… Continue reading A Rip in the Veil
The Competition by Donna Russo Morin Publication Date: April 25, 2017 Diversion Publishing eBook & Paperback; 268 Pages Series: Da Vinci’s Disciples, Book Two Genre: Historical/Mystery Donna Russo Morin returns with a follow-up to Portrait of a Conspiracy, called “a page-turner unlike any historical novel, weaving passion, adventure, artistic rebirth, and consequences of ambition,” by… Continue reading The Competition + GIVEAWAY!
About the book: Warm-hearted Victorian romance brings 1880s London to life. When a series of circumstances beyond her control leave Rosalyn Bernay alone and penniless in London, she chances upon a job backstage at a theater that is presenting the most popular show in London. A talented musician and singer, she feels immediately at home… Continue reading The Captain’s Daughter + GIVEAWAY
Not that long ago, I gushed to anyone who had breath in their body about Under the Approaching Dark all over my blog, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Amazon, Goodreads, the coffee shop, the grocery store, at my mailbox and my son’s school. (You think I’m joking.) You can click the link to read my review, but suffice it… Continue reading In the Shadow of the Storm
I was pretty excited about reading this book. (i.e. it had a really pretty cover and a popular author that was new to me.) So let me preface by saying this: The writing was wonderful. I loved the way Elizabeth Camden brought her characters to life, the way she set up a scene and the… Continue reading To the Farthest Shores
Follow me on Bloglovin’! Downton Abbey. Got your attention, didn’t I? Yep. If you loved Downton Abbey as much as I did, you have to read this book. I picked this book up because I loved the cover (yes, I am that girl) and because the blurb sounded pretty intriguing. I figured that this would be a book… Continue reading The Girls of Ennismore