DECEMBER 2020 BOOK RECAP: What did you read in December, and which ones were you…

DECEMBER 2020 BOOK RECAP: What did you read in December, and which ones were your favorites? Mine were ONE DAY IN DECEMBER and A PROMISED LAND! 1. ONE DAY IN DECEMBER by Josie Silver (5 stars) 2. A PROMISED LAND by Barack Obama (5 stars) 3. THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE OF SAM HELL (4 stars) 4. … Read more

NOVEMBER 2020 BOOK RECAP: What did you read in November, and which ones were you…

NOVEMBER 2020 BOOK RECAP: What did you read in November, and which ones were your favorites? Mine were THE RED ADDRESS BOOK, MY OWN WORDS, KISS MY CUPCAKE, MAPLE SUGAR CRUSH, and TWEET CUTE. 1. LITTLE CRUELTIES by Liz Nugent (3 stars) 2. KISS MY CUPCAKE by Helena Hunting (4 stars) 3. SPOILER ALERT by … Read more

Book Review: PUMPKIN EVERYTHING, by Genre: Romance After Grandpa Tom drive…

Book Review: PUMPKIN EVERYTHING, by @bethlabonte_books 🎃☕️ Genre: Romance After Grandpa Tom drives into a Dunkin’ Donuts, Amy returns to her hometown of Autumnboro, New Hampshire (the “self-proclaimed Autumn Capital of the World”) to check on him. While there, she runs into high school boyfriend, Kit. Will they rekindle their romance? This fall-themed romance was … Read more

TGIF: I definitely recommend hoarding books (like this squirrel) instead of food…

TGIF: I definitely recommend hoarding books (like this squirrel) instead of food or paper products hahaha. What are you reading this lovely, fall weekend? After finishing two sweet fall romance novels this week — PUMPKIN EVERYTHING, and MAPLE SUGAR CRUSH, by Beth Labonte — my current read is GOODBYE, VITAMIN by Rachel Khong!

OCTOBER 2020 BOOK RECAP: What did you read in October, and which ones were your …

OCTOBER 2020 BOOK RECAP: What did you read in October, and which ones were your favorites? Mine were UNDERCOVER BROMANCE and CRAZY STUPID BROMANCE… with honorable mentions to JUDGE’S GIRLS, WHEN WE WERE YOUNG & BRAVE, and PARIS IS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA. 1. WHEN WE WERE YOUNG & BRAVE by Hazel Gaynor (4 stars) … Read more

Book Review: HOW TO HANG A WITCH, by Genre: Young Adult / Paranormal After m…

Book Review: HOW TO HANG A WITCH, by @adriana_mather Genre: Young Adult / Paranormal After moving to Salem, Massachusetts, teen Samantha discovers she’s the descendant of Cotton Mather, one of the men responsible for prosecuting witches in the famous 1692 trials. Unfortunately, the witches’ descendants attend her new high school and hate her at first … Read more

SEPTEMBER 2020 BOOK RECAP: What did you read in September, and which ones were y…

SEPTEMBER 2020 BOOK RECAP: What did you read in September, and which ones were your favorites? Mine were THE BROMANCE BOOK CLUB, THE FORGOTTEN KINGDOM, and THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS. 1. THE BROMANCE BOOK CLUB, by Lyssa Kay Adams (5 stars) 2. THE FORGOTTEN KINDGOM, by Signe Pike (5 stars) 3. THE OYSTERVILLE SEWING … Read more

Book Review: THE BROMANCE BOOK CLUB, () by Genre: Contemporary Romance Afte…

Book Review: THE BROMANCE BOOK CLUB, (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️) by @lyssakayadams Genre: Contemporary Romance After Gavin’s wife, Thea, asks for a divorce, he turns to his male friends for advice on how to save his marriage. Will their unique, top secret book club approach help or hurt their relationship? “Book club isn’t just about books… It’s a … Read more

AUGUST 2020 MONTHLY RECAP: What did you read in August, and which ones were your…

AUGUST 2020 MONTHLY RECAP: What did you read in August, and which ones were your favorites? Mine were THE HAPPY EVER AFTER PLAYLIST and THE LOST QUEEN. 1. THE BOOK OF LONGINGS by Sue Monk Kidd (4 stars) 2. THE NIGHT SWIM by Megan Goldin (4 stars) 3. UNIVERSE OF TWO by Stephen P. Kiernan … Read more

Book Review: THE LOST QUEEN, () by Note: I have to brag that my oldest son m…

Book Review: THE LOST QUEEN, (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️) by @signepike Note: I have to brag that my oldest son made this knife replica out of foam! Genre: Historical Fiction Set during the very beginnings of Christianity, The Lost Queen spins the tale of Lailoken (otherwise known as Merlin) and his twin sister, Languoreth. Wary of this new … Read more