Category: women’s fiction


Book Review: Emma’s Hero by Carrie Walker

Book Review: Emma’s Hero by Carrie Walker

Posted April 5, 2024 / 6 Comments

EMMA’S HERO by Carrie Walker SERIES: Faith Endures #1 GENRE: Romantic Women’s Fiction (Christian) PUBLISHER: Mountain Brook Ink RELEASE DATE: April 5, 2024 PAGES: 328 “God won’t give me more than I can handle? I’m pretty sure He just did.” After a year of loss and bad choices distance Emma […]


April 2024 New Releases

April 2024 New Releases

Posted April 1, 2024 / 4 Comments

And just like that, it’s April! Spring is in the air (and so is the pollen haha) and once again we’re entering into a new month of fabulous new books. Can someone just stop time for a bit so I can read all. the. books? Please? There are 103 titles […]


Book Review (and a Giveaway!): For Better or For Granted by Amy R. Anguish

Book Review (and a Giveaway!): For Better or For Granted by Amy R. Anguish

Posted March 30, 2024 / 30 Comments

FOR BETTER OR FOR GRANTED by Amy R. Anguish GENRE: Romantic Women’s Fiction (Christian) PUBLISHER: Scrivenings Press RELEASE DATE: March 26, 2024 PAGES: 297 Divorce was never in the plans for Genevieve Stewart. Only four years into marriage, and everything has gone wrong. Why stay where she’s never going to […]


Author Interview (and a Giveaway!): Carrie Walker & Emma’s Hero

Author Interview (and a Giveaway!): Carrie Walker & Emma’s Hero

Posted March 28, 2024 / 28 Comments

I am delighted today to introduce you to author Carrie Walker and her debut novel, Emma’s Hero! Carrie Walker lives in Michigan with her husband and seven children. From her ten years serving as a high school youth minister, adventures around the globe, and raising a family, many stories have […]





March 2024 New Releases

March 2024 New Releases

Posted March 2, 2024 / 2 Comments

Did March come in like a lamb or a lion for you yesterday? I’m not sure which one applies to Georgia but whichever one it was, was soggy! Once again, we’re at the precipice of another month with so many marvelous books that I want to read! There are 104 […]


February 2024 In Review

February 2024 In Review

Posted February 29, 2024 / 12 Comments

Happy Leap Day! We are just moving through the year, aren’t we? It’s time once again for the monthly post where I look at the books I read and reviewed in that time period. A February 2024 in Review post, if you will pardon the pun. Not surprisingly, I read […]


Book Review (and a Giveaway!): Dysfunction Junction by Robin W. Pearson

Book Review (and a Giveaway!): Dysfunction Junction by Robin W. Pearson

Posted February 18, 2024 / 26 Comments

DYSFUNCTION JUNCTION by Robin W. Pearson GENRE: Contemporary Women’s Fiction (Christian) PUBLISHER: Tyndale House RELEASE DATE: February 6, 2024 PAGES: 331 When three women receive an unexpected phone call that leaves them reeling, they have no other choice but to reckon with a lifetime of memories they’ve long tried to […]


February 2024 New Releases

February 2024 New Releases

Posted February 3, 2024 / 3 Comments

How did it get to be February already?!? I feel like it should still be the middle of January but maybe that’s because I was sick for most of January and I should get a do-over lol. Nevertheless, despite my feelings of denial, it IS indeed February – Black History […]


Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I Read for the First Time in 2023

Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I Read for the First Time in 2023

Posted January 29, 2024 / 22 Comments

Happy Tuesday! Today’s theme for Top Ten Tuesday is ‘new to me authors I discovered in 2023’ and I’m tweaking it just slightly to be “authors I read for the first time in 2023”. That way I feel better about including the debut authors – and there were some FABULOUS […]


Top Ten Tuesday: Cover Love – All About the Handwriting

Top Ten Tuesday: Cover Love – All About the Handwriting

Posted January 22, 2024 / 17 Comments

Happy Tuesday, reading friends! I’m doing my own theme today for the Top Ten Tuesday link-up (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) because if I talked about books I wanted to read last year but didn’t get to yet we would be here for an eternity lol. Instead, I’m taking […]


Book Review (and a Giveaway!): The Divine Proverb of Streusel by Sara Brunsvold

Book Review (and a Giveaway!): The Divine Proverb of Streusel by Sara Brunsvold

Posted January 19, 2024 / 47 Comments

THE DIVINE PROVERB OF STREUSEL by Sara Brunsvold GENRE: Contemporary Fiction (Christian) PUBLISHER: Revell RELEASE DATE: January 16, 2024 PAGES: 326 Shaken by her parents’ divorce and discouraged by the growing chasm between herself and her serious boyfriend, Nikki Werner seeks solace at her uncle’s farm in a small Missouri […]


First Line Friday (week 376): The Gardins of Edin

First Line Friday (week 376): The Gardins of Edin

Posted January 11, 2024 / 6 Comments

Happy Friday & welcome to the First Line Friday link-up! It’s time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. Today I’m delighted to feature the first line of The Gardins of Edin by Rosey Lee. I’m intrigued by the title and the […]


January 2024 New Releases

January 2024 New Releases

Posted January 2, 2024 / 8 Comments

Happy January & Happy New Year! It finally feels as close to winter as we’re going to get here in Georgia, and I’m ready for all the great books coming out this month! There are 91 titles on this list of January 2024 New Releases that are on my radar, […]



December 2023 New Releases

December 2023 New Releases

Posted December 1, 2023 / 5 Comments

Happy December! I’m still waiting for winter to arrive here in Georgia but while I’m waiting I can occupy my time with all of the FANTASTIC-looking books releasing this month! December is typically a lighter month for new books but there are still 89 titles on this list of December […]


Top Ten Tuesday: A Bunch of Series Set in Georgia

Top Ten Tuesday: A Bunch of Series Set in Georgia

Posted November 28, 2023 / 28 Comments

Happy Tuesday! For today’s Top Ten Tuesday ‘book setting’ prompt, I decided to look at a bunch of series that are set in Georgia… and a handful of standalone titles I’ve enjoyed that are set here too. And by ‘bunch’, I mean ‘however many I can think of’ – sticking […]