Tamera Alexander has done it again – spun history, romance, and characters into a story so rich you might be tempted to stick it in a vault for safekeeping. Except read it first. And then don’t stick it in a vault because it’s just a book and people might think… Read more »
What happens when you combine a funloving, chattery, aspiring artist with a cynical, traditional, journalist? Well, when you throw in Louis Comfort Tiffany and the era of the New Woman and when Deeanne Gist is at the helm, you have a recipe for a story that will keep you engaged from… Read more »
Lots of great giveaways going on amongst my friends – check out Charity’s list to find out all the deets!
Imagine this – Robin Hood meets Swan Lake meets Melanie Dickerson. If the thought that popped into your brain was “perfection”, then you already have a great picture of The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest! Nobody but nobody retells a fairy tale like Melanie Dickerson, and this latest release may very well be… Read more »
Yes, that’s right! You read correctly. MELANIE DICKERSON is chatting with me today! I have pinched myself so many times that I’m starting to bruise lol. You all. Melanie. Dickerson. The queen of fairy tale retellings. (All of which I adore.) A two-time CHRISTY AWARD finalist, for crying out loud! And she is here…. Read more »
Book Description: An investigator who knows tragic loss firsthand, and his new client, missing far too long… Abducted at the age of sixteen and coerced into assisting the Jacoby crime family, Shannon Bliss has finally found a way out. She desperately wants to resume some semblance of normal life, but… Read more »
I cut my teeth on the Nancy Drew books. I also frequently morphed into Nancy Drew while biking around the neighborhood searching for strange and mysterious goings-on. But that’s a topic for another blog post. Or not. Today is a very special day in Nancy-Drew-dom! On April 28th, 1930, the… Read more »
It’s that time again, folks! Favorites Friday, where usually I will reach into the recesses of my reading past and pull out a trusty and beloved favorite (hence the theme) to review for you. Last week I discussed Danger In The Shadows by Dee Henderson – a book I’ve loved for… Read more »