The Girl with the Flaming Hair by Natalie Kleinman is a regency romance that is full of twists and turns! My Review My name is Rebecca and I love books. Regency romances are one of my favorite guilty pleasures. That is why I was pleased to accept a free copy of The Girl With the… Continue reading Book Review and Blog Tour: The Girl with the Flaming Hair a traditional regency romance by Natalie Kleinman
When a violent storm blasts England’s south coast, it’s up to retired Italian detective Giuseppe Bianchi to sift through the devastation and piece together the tragic events left behind in the storm’s wake. My Review I'm a huge bookworm with some visual problems, so audiobooks have become one of my favorite ways to read. I'm… Continue reading Audiobook Review: After the Storm by Isabella Muir and Narrated by Charles Johnston
The Boy in the Well by Dan Clark is a suspenseful dark mystery. Introduction: Lately, I've been reading a lot of suspenseful novels to learn more about the craft of writing. Currently, my Jeff and I are co-writing a spooky novel based on true events. It will be the first novel that we have written… Continue reading Book Review and Blog Tour: The Boy in the Well by Dan Clark
Dreamy Days and Random Naps by Mawson bear gave me a great deal of comfort during a long and sleepless night while I was in the hospital. @MawsonBear @BlackberryBookT #Mawson #MawsonBear #BlackberryBookTours #DreamyDays #CalmWorld #AWorldOfCalm #KidsBooks #ChildrensBooks #Books
Welcome to my first book review since my most recent eye surgery! I'm so happy that I can finally use a computer again. Stay tuned, because tomorrow I will be sharing a belated review about a beautiful book I read in the hospital, Dreamy Days and Random Naps by Mawson Bear. My Review of Eleven… Continue reading Eleven Days in June by R. P. Gibson Colley: My first book review since my eye surgery!
Tried Three Times: The Karemendi Story is a novel based on real events. The author combines her own imagination with newspaper accounts and court transcripts to tell the story of how three-year-old Matthew Karemendi was murdered by his mother, Margaret Karemendi, and her lover, Roy Lockard, in Altoona, Pennsylvania on April 21, 1936.
I was quite stressed out, Blue Skies gave me a pleasant evening of entertainment. It helped me to escape from the cold dark "real world," for a while and into a very pleasant (yet surprisingly believable) fantasy world where true love finds a way and the next romance is as close as the nearest dog park.
Reformed Dreamer is the fourth and final book in the sweet Inspiration in Cologne women’s fiction series. If you like hard-won second chances, surprising romance, and rising above mental health hurdles, then you’ll love Deborah King’s touching story.
In the novella The Summer of Madness, a young man begins a personal literary quest that just might help him to find the love he thought was lost — or discover a new love he never knew was there.
Written by author Arran Francis, creator of multiple series for BBC's CBeebies Radio, Wombat & Jones: The Great Banana Mystery is a funny tale about friendship, problem-solving, and teamwork. Simple mistakes and jumping to conclusions can happen after all, but Wombat & Jones try their best to put it right and learn from them.