ARC August 2020 TBR

Happy August everyone! If someone came up to me last year and said 2020 would be flying by while staying indoors, I would’ve said they were crazy. Yet here we are, watching summer fly by! Weren’t we just celebrating the beginning of summer?? Before work life takes up my September days (we’re set to returnContinue reading “ARC August 2020 TBR”

Saturday Reading Blog | July 18

I’m currently reading Take a Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert. I’m so glad to read Dani’s story of romance, even if it began unexpectedly! I’ve grown to love Hibbert’s characters, especially the men. They have such a soft spot for romance! I also began reading Tank’s Forever Home by Carol Kim. It’s a middleContinue reading “Saturday Reading Blog | July 18”

Saturday Reading: Catching Up

My Saturday reading consists of two NetGalley arcs. They are both Middle Grade: one is about animal adoption, while the other involves an island community. Saturday reading is so relaxing, and middle grade stories are just right for pacing. I spent my week editing articles, so I paused my reading progress. While I’m learning howContinue reading “Saturday Reading: Catching Up”

WWW Wednesday: April 8

WWW Wednesday was originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm, and now maintained by Taking on a World of Words. There are three prompts for WWW Wednesday:–What are you currently reading?–What did you finish recently reading?–What do you think you’ll read next? Lobizona by Romina GarberI received a digital copy of Lobizona through NetGalley and Wednesday Books,Continue reading “WWW Wednesday: April 8”

‘Get A Life, Chloe Brown’ by Talia Hibbert/A Review

Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia HibbertPublisher: Avon BooksLength: 368 pagesGenre: Contemporary/Romance Purchased through Book of the MonthRelease Date: November 5, 2019 Synopsis: Chloe Brown is a chronically ill computer geek with a goal, a plan, and a list. After almost but not quite dying, shes come up with seven directives to help herContinue reading “‘Get A Life, Chloe Brown’ by Talia Hibbert/A Review”

‘The A.I. Who Loved Me’ by Alyssa Cole/A Review

The A.I. Who Loved Me by Alyssa ColeFormat: AudiobookPublisher: Audible Audio Genre: Romance/Science FictionLength: 5 hours and 18 minutesRelease Date: December 3, 2019 Synopsis:Trinity Jordan leads a quiet, normal life: working from home for the Hive, a multifunctional government research center, and recovering from the incident that sent her into a tailspin. But the lifeContinue reading “‘The A.I. Who Loved Me’ by Alyssa Cole/A Review”

April TBR/O.W.L.s Magical Readathon!

Happy April, everyone! Hopefully the start of a new month brings some positivity for us all. Even through all this social distancing/quarantine that we’re all experiencing! The O.W.L.’s Magical Readathon is currently happening! The OWLs Magical Readathon is run by Book Roast. I’m going to give this readathon a shot. I enjoy Harry Potter, andContinue reading “April TBR/O.W.L.s Magical Readathon!”

WWW Wednesday: April 1

WWW Wednesday was originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm, and now maintained by Taking on a World of Words. There are three prompts for WWW Wednesday:–What are you currently reading?–What did you finish recently reading?–What do you think you’ll read next? I purchased all of these books through Book of the Month! I love being partContinue reading “WWW Wednesday: April 1”

March 2020 Reading Wrap-Up

March has been such a chaotic month, to say the least! Here in the US, what began as a month to prepare for St. Patrick’s Day activities and friends’ birthdays shifted into a period of Coronavirus dangers and social isolation. We don’t know how long this danger will last. What I do know is thatContinue reading “March 2020 Reading Wrap-Up”

Sunday Sentence: March 29

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’. “When you’re young you think you’ve got all the time in the world,” she says. “And then suddenly you turn around and you’re old and one of you isn’t there anymoreContinue reading “Sunday Sentence: March 29”