Book Tour: ‘Shadow of a Dead God’ by Patrick Samphire | A Review

Today is my stop in the ‘Shadow of a Dead God’ Book Tour! Thank you so much to Storytellers on Tour for allowing me to take part. Click the banner above to check out the other amazing contributors! Book Information Shadow of a Dead God: A Mennik Thorn Novel by Patrick SamphirePublisher: Self-PublishedGenre: FantasyLength: 460Continue reading “Book Tour: ‘Shadow of a Dead God’ by Patrick Samphire | A Review”

Daisy’s Big Night by Sandra V. Feder/Book Review

Daisy’s Big Night by Sandra V. FederIllustrator: Susan MitchellPublisher: Kids Can PressLength: 116 pagesGenre: Children’s FictionSource: eBook Release Date: March 1, 2014 I read Daisy’s Big Night as part of my read aloud task for children in my school district. Daisy is a huge lover of words, and shares a fun night at a poetryContinue reading “Daisy’s Big Night by Sandra V. Feder/Book Review”

Friday Reads: May 15

I have two stories to share: Beach Read by Emily Henry I purchased Beach Read through Book of the Month. I loved the premise of a light read with two writers in a friendly competition, leading (possibly) to something more! Love, Art and Other Obstacles by Sadira Stone I received a copy of this bookContinue reading “Friday Reads: May 15”

Goodreads Monday: March 23

I’m taking part in Goodreads Monday. This was started by Lauren’s Page Turners, in which you choose a book listed on your Goodreads TBR and talk about it. This Week’s Post: The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory Synopsis:Agreeing to go to a wedding with a guy she gets stuck with in an elevator is somethingContinue reading “Goodreads Monday: March 23”

September 2019 Reading Wrap Up

I read six books this month. Now, I know that it’s not a huge number, but I’m very proud of my progress! I rated ‘Tunnel of Bones’ 5 stars. It was very exciting to revisit Cassidy Blake’s world, as she explored Paris in order to vanquish a restless spirit. Having a best friend who’s aContinue reading “September 2019 Reading Wrap Up”

Sunday Sentence: September 8, 2019

I’m participating in David Abrams’s ‘Sunday Sentence‘ project, sharing the best sentence I’ve read during the past week, ‘out of context and without commentary’. ‘She worries about coming up with $680 to cover the rent for her two-bedroom apartment in Albuquerque if her car breaks down again’. Source: ‘Home health aides care for the elderly.Continue reading “Sunday Sentence: September 8, 2019”

KidLit: Books to Ease ‘1st Day/Week Jitters’

Although school has been in session for many since mid-August, the first week of September marks the beginning of school in the New York/New Jersey area! My social media feed is filled with friends and family posting pics of their children happily beginning their school year. My nieces Ana and Nadia started their first dayContinue reading “KidLit: Books to Ease ‘1st Day/Week Jitters’”

Mid Year Book Freakout Tag

It’s amazing that 2019 is halfway through! I’ve been seeing this tag circulate throughout June, and I’m glad that I’m finally taking part in it. I see this as a way to relieve wedding planning stress lol! I came across this book tag through Adventures of a Bibliophile‘s page. Best Book You’ve Read So FarContinue reading “Mid Year Book Freakout Tag”

Time After Time by Lisa Grunwald/A Review

Time After Time by Lisa Grunwald Length: 416 pages Genre: Historical Fiction/Romance Source: Acquired from NetGalley Publisher: Random House Publishing Group Series or Standalone: Standalone **I received Time After Time through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review** I really enjoy stories that focus on New York City in earlier times. When I came acrossContinue reading “Time After Time by Lisa Grunwald/A Review”