#BookReview- Entertaining #Reads from Mysteries to #WritingTips @authorkkhavari @SarahMallery1 @shirleyjump


Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com My reading list is like climbing Mt. Everest, but I'm making some progress- IF I quit buying books, that is! lol This week I have a murder mystery involving poisonous plants, a western filled with outlaws and Annie Oakley, and a wonderful book on writing. Let's get started: Click on …

#BookReview- Two Memorable #Reads From @AHarmon_Author and @NinadeGramont #WomensFic


Photo by rikka ameboshi on Pexels.com I've had a productive week writing and reading. That's right, I said WRITING, lol. After what feels like forever, I finally warmed up my middle finger (not for that!) and started pecking away at my keyboard. If you look up procrastination in the dictionary, I'm pretty sure you'll find …

#BookReview- The Good and the Not So Good #Romance #Reading


Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com This week I read a book I had a hard time setting aside, and one I had a hard time picking up. There's nothing better than a book that can make you forget where you are. Karen Robards has that talent. Her stories are fast-paced, action-adventure over-the-top suspense with a …

#BookReview- The Saints of Swallow Hill by Donna Everhart #Historical #WomensFic @wordstogobuy


Description via Amazon.com Where the Crawdads Sing meets The Four Winds as award-winning author Donna Everhart's latest novel immerses readers in its unique setting--the turpentine camps and pine forests of the American South during the Great Depression--for a captivating story of friendship, survival, and three vagabonds' intersecting lives. It takes courage to save yourself... Few writers evoke the …

End of July #Reads- #BookReview @KateBateman @sgc58 Jennifer Crusie @katherinecenter


Can you believe we're halfway through summer already? It's been six weeks without rain on Southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and everything is tinder dry. The creeks and rivers are running dry, which means the salmon aren't going to have a way to spawn and resident Orcas won't have a food source. In other words, …

#BookReview- Four Unique and Entertaining #Reads @Virgilante @BalroopShado @nova_mcbee @Susanjeanricci


Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com It's been too hot to do anything much in the garden, leaving me time to enjoy some great books this week from a variety of genres; fantasy, poetry, science fiction, and romance! Click the covers to learn more. I've been a fan of Craig Boyack's for some time now, and …

#BookReview- The Ballerinas @RKapelkeDale and Burning Water @IngeGoss #Suspense


Two Great Choices for Spring! Between spending my days out in the garden and my evenings trying-to-write-the-book-that-doesn't-want-written, I managed two enjoyable reads this week. The Ballerinas is a Netgalley find. The cover captivated my imagination and then the blurb sealed the deal. Description via Amazon.com Dare Me meets Black Swan and Luckiest Girl Alive in a captivating, voice-driven debut novel …

Complex and Mysterious: A Woman of Intelligence #BookReview #WomensFic @KarinTanabe


Amazon Blurb From "a master of historical fiction" (NPR), Karin Tanabe's A Woman of Intelligence is an exhilarating tale of post-war New York City, and one remarkable woman’s journey from the United Nations, to the cloistered drawing rooms of Manhattan society, to the secretive ranks of the FBI. A Fifth Avenue address, parties at the Plaza, two …