Sunday Sentence: September 22, 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 had been preparing for that moment and she knew what she had to do’. Source: ‘The Lost Girls of Paris’ by Pam Jenoff

‘Sweet Melody’ by Heidi McCahan/Prism Book Tours

On Tour with Prism Book Tours Sweet Melody (Seabrook Romance #1) By Heidi McCahanChristian Contemporary Romance Paperback & ebook242 Pages Release Date: August 1st 2019 When a struggling bakery owner is rescued by a wannabe songwriter with hidden culinary talents, they discover they can make sweet harmony … if they can only learn to workContinue reading “‘Sweet Melody’ by Heidi McCahan/Prism Book Tours”

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’”

August Reading Wrap-Up

When August began, I had a huge goal. I was going to read FOUR books for the month! Sure, I needed to plan for a major life event, but I didn’t care! I WOULD get to those books! Well…it’s the end of August…and I didn’t get to my goal. I only read half of theContinue reading “August Reading Wrap-Up”

Inside and Out Book Tag

I discovered this book tag on Jessica’s page, JessicaCWrites. I enjoy taking part in book tags, and this one was fun to fill out! 1. Inside flap/Back of the book summaries: Too much info? Or not enough? I appreciate when books have a summary in the inside flap (or on the back of the bookContinue reading “Inside and Out Book Tag”

Sunday Sentence: July 28

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’. ‘You cannot let memories of what happened in the past turn you into someone you wouldn’t recognize’. Source: The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See

‘Small Country’ by Gael Faye/A Review

Small Country by Gael FayeTranslated by Sarah ArdizzonePublisher: Hogarth PressLength: 185 pagesGenre: Historical FictionRelease Date: June 2018 I got my hands on Small Country as a Book of the Month selection for the month of May 2018. I was immediately intrigued by the story: a story that details the tragic events of the Rwandan genocideContinue reading “‘Small Country’ by Gael Faye/A Review”

My OwlCrate for July 2019: Tournaments and Trials

Since I’m heading to my family’s house in Northern Jersey tomorrow, I’m glad that my OwlCrate package arrived before then! I’ve been anticipating what the surprise book would be, and the mug (since I can never have too many coffee mugs)! Plus, I get to share my treats with all of you! Here is whatContinue reading “My OwlCrate for July 2019: Tournaments and Trials”

Sunday Sentence, July 21: Goodbye, Columbus by Philip Roth

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’. ‘After all the truth I’ve given her, I shouldn’t have ruined it for myself with that final lie’. Source: Goodbye, Columbus by Philip Roth