Today I’m ecstatic to share with you the (new) title and cover for my new book! If you’ve been following me for a while, then you know that I signed a contract with Central Avenue Publishing several months ago for my young adult novel about a homeless teen and her family in Rochester, MN. Since … Continue reading COVER REVEAL: “ROAM”
Review of IF I STAY by Gayle Forman
Happy Book Birthday to Brandon Hobson’s WHERE THE DEAD SIT TALKING. A wonderful read!
An empowering story for young readers!
There’s simply nothing NOT to love about WHEN DIMPLE MET RISHI
Some women collect shoes or purses, and others collect things like makeup and nail polish. Me, I collect books. My house is overflowing with books on every shelf and every surface, but I just can’t seem to say no to a book that looks good. And when my mother-in-law is with me, it’s even … Continue reading Book Review: ONE OF US IS LYING
I’ve almost completely stopped writing reviews on this blog. The truth is that I don’t have as much time to read as I’d like, and when i do read I sometimes read things that are so brainless that they’re not worthy of a serious recommendation to my own readers and friends. But last week … Continue reading Book Review: Anna Todd’s “After” Series
The week takes us to South Dakota with Black Hills by Dan Simmons (audio book narrated by Erik Davies and Michael McConnohie) Entertainment Weekly says – Black Hills breathes life into the tale of a Sioux warrior believed General Custer’s ghost entered him at Little Big Horn. three-half-stars 3.5 Stars Black Hills was … Continue reading U.S. of Books Review: “Black Hills” by Dan Simmons
Today’s installment of The U.S. of Books Reviews comes to us from H.C. at The Irresponsible Reader blog and centers on the state of Maine. Enjoy! Empire Falls by Richard Russo Reviewed by H. C. at The Irresponsible Reader (where you can find a longer, more rambly and personal version of this post) It is … Continue reading U.S. of Books Review: Empire Falls
Welcome to INDEPENDENCE DAY! Today’s U.S of Books Review comes from the state of Massachusetts and is reviewed by Elisha at Book Junkie Mom Blog. Enjoy! The Wapshot Chronicle by John Cheever Reviewed by Elisha at Book Junkie Mom Entertainment Weekly says: Cheever’s glorious 1957 debut novel about a decidedly unconventional Massachusetts family was an … Continue reading U.S. of Books Review: The Wapshot Chronicle