Happy Friday, all! What a good day to clean up your TBR. I managed to remove 6 out of 10 books during my last TBR cleanup, which was a feat and a half. This week, I am feeling slightly less ambitious. A while ago, I discovered this meme, Down the TBR hole, from Confessions of … Continue reading Down the TBR Hole #11
Finally back on track! This is officially my third week in a row being consistent with my TBR Challenge. Given that I am basically the worst with follow through, and COVID has made my productivity and motivation levels fluctuate alarmingly, I am really really excited about this. A month ago, I discovered this meme, Down … Continue reading Down the TBR Hole #7
I was so bummed to miss last week's #5OnMyTBR challenge, so I am looking forward to this week! A couple of weeks ago, I started this weekly book challenge hosted by E. @ Local Bee Hunter’s Nook called #5OnMyTBR, and I really enjoyed the exercise. It occurs every Monday when they post about 5 books on … Continue reading #5OnMyTBR, 5/11/2020
Thank you, Netgalley and Crooked Lane Books, for this ARC of Maggie Blackburn's new series! What may not be apparent on my blog is that I have a secret semi-guilty pleasure for cozy mysteries. Beyond that, I love cozy mysteries that include "book people," whether it be librarians, book sellers, or book cafes. So when I … Continue reading ARC Review: “Little Bookshop of Murder” by Maggie Blackburn
I received A Treacherous Curse from Penguin's First to Read program ages ago, and slacked on writing a review about it because so much went on and law school got horribly in the way. Suffice to say, I am obsessed with this series. Before I had this blog, I had the pleasure of reviewing the … Continue reading Deanna Raybourn’s “A Treacherous Curse” – lucky number 3.
Disclaimer: I received this ARC from Penguin's First to Read program in exchange for a fair and honest review. This book comes out August 1st, and I suggest you preorder your copy now! Disclaimer two: This is my first Fiona Davis novel, and I have to say, I really enjoyed it! The Address by Fiona … Continue reading ARC Review: “The Address” by Fiona Davis
Thank you to Penguin's First to Read program for this compelling debut novel! In Impossible Views of the World by Lucy Ives, heroine (or antiheroine?) Stella Krakus, a curator at a renowned art museum in New York, is having a pretty rough week. Her coworker and sometimes friend Paul has disappeared, her coworker and sometimes lover Fred … Continue reading ARC Review: Impossible Views of the World, by Lucy Ives
From Netgalley: "Fans of Kate Morton will love this atmospheric and immersive debut novel of a woman who returns to her ancestral home in Scotland and discovers a century-old secret buried in the basement."
To preface, I received A Thousand Salt Kisses by Josie Demuth as a Netgalley ARC in exchange for an honest review. I was torn between a two star or three star rating for this because the story did have good bones and an intriguing plot, but the characterization and writing were just not up to snuff. Mermen, island … Continue reading Review: “A Thousand Salt Kisses” by Josie Demuth
Hello all, and welcome to Book Traveling Thursdays! This fun weekly challenge is based on Goodreads as a group posting, hosted by Catia and Danielle. What I love about this challenge is that it's quick, it's fun, and it gets you looking thinking about other country's values when you compare their covers to your own, which … Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays-National Book Lovers Edition