Top Ten Tuesday: Stranded On A Deserted Island

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is books I would want with me if I was stranded on a deserted island. When I was planning out this list, I wanted to get a mix of comfort reads that I could read overContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Stranded On A Deserted Island”

Don’t Forget To Breathe: Cover Reveal

Don’t Forget To Breathe by Cathrina Constantine Synopsis Leocadia arrives home from school to find her mom’s body. Unaware that the killer still lingers, she rushes to her mother’s side, only to be grabbed from behind. And everything fades to black. Leo has been battling personal demons after a year of retrograde amnesia. She’s been havingContinue reading “Don’t Forget To Breathe: Cover Reveal”

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Read In One Sitting

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is books I read in one sitting (or would have if I had the time). This is a great topic for me, as I often get sucked into books that I don’t want to be tornContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Read In One Sitting”

Book Review: Yours Cheerfully

Yours Cheerfully by A.J. Pearce London, November 1941. Following the departure of the formidable Henrietta Bird from Woman’s Friend magazine, things are looking up for Emmeline Lake as she takes on the challenge of becoming a young wartime advice columnist. Her relationship with boyfriend Charles (now stationed back in the UK) is blossoming, while Emmy’s best friendContinue reading “Book Review: Yours Cheerfully”

Book Review: The Seven Day Switch

The Seven Day Switch by Kelly Harms Celeste Mason is the Pinterest stay-at-home supermom of other mothers’ nightmares. Despite her all-organic, SunButter-loving, free-range kids, her immaculate home, and her volunteering awards, she still has time to relax with a nice glass of pinot at the end of the day. The only thing that ruins itContinue reading “Book Review: The Seven Day Switch”

Book Review: The Clockmaker’s Wife

The Clockmaker’s Wife by Daisy Wood The world is at war. And time is running out… London, 1940. Britain is gripped by the terror of the Blitz, forcing Nell Spelman to flee the capital with her young daughter – leaving behind her husband, Arthur, the clockmaker who keeps Big Ben chiming.  When Arthur disappears, Nell is desperate to find him.Continue reading “Book Review: The Clockmaker’s Wife”

Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles That Are Questions

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is book titles that are questions. There are a ton of book titles that are also questions, so I went with ones that I have either read or are on my TBR list (that you know,Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles That Are Questions”

Book Review: And What Can We Offer You Tonight

And What Can We Offer You Tonight – Premee Mohamed In a far future city, where you can fall to a government cull for a single mistake, And What Can We Offer You Tonight tells the story of Jewel, established courtesan in a luxurious House. Jewel’s world is shaken when her friend is murdered byContinue reading “Book Review: And What Can We Offer You Tonight”

Book Review: Rayna’s Sacrifice

Rayna’s Sacrifice by A.D. Lombardo Locked in a battle against the Katori Guardians, Kai, the headstrong Prince of Diu, must fight to claim his birthright, but gaining access to his magic will not be easy. In an epic struggle, he lays everything on the line to gain the power he needs to search for hisContinue reading “Book Review: Rayna’s Sacrifice”

Six Degrees Of Separation

Six Degrees of Separation is the brain child of Kate over at Books Are My Favourite and Best where we all start with the same book, and head down the rabbit hole to add six more, and see where our links take us! Follow the hashtag #6degrees on Twitter to check out everyone else’s chains. Six Degrees ofContinue reading “Six Degrees Of Separation”