Book Review and Giveaway – Christmas Stalkings & New Year’s Revolutions

Book Review and Giveaway – Christmas Stalkings & New Year’s Revolutions Author: Chautona Havig On Tour with Celebrate Lit About the Book Book: Christmas Stalkings & New Year’s Revolutions Author: Chautona Havig Genre: Fiction / Christian / Romance / Holiday Release Date: January 29, 2017 and December 31, 2016 Christmas Stalkings If her life had to transform into aContinue reading “Book Review and Giveaway – Christmas Stalkings & New Year’s Revolutions”

Book Review and Giveaway: Something Borrowed

Book Review and Giveaway – Something Borrowed Authors: Weaver, Dawn, Boyd, Tysinger, Shiloh On Tour with Celebrate Lit  About the Book Book: Something Borrowed Author: Weaver, Dawn, Boyd, Tysinger, Shiloh Genre: Christian/Contemporary/ Romance / Holiday Release Date: October 20 Old friends, new loves, and a borrowed tiara. Always Been Yours — Hanady’s planning her dream wedding, but her injured best friend Keenan isn’t theContinue reading “Book Review and Giveaway: Something Borrowed”

Reading Roundup 12.07.2020 October/November

It’s been so long since I’ve written a Reading Roundup, that I’m dividing this one into two installments. Today’s covers books I read in October and November, which includes a nod back to summer and a look forward (at the time) to the Christmas season. I’m not a fast reader, so there aren’t too manyContinue reading “Reading Roundup 12.07.2020 October/November”

Recent Reads 12.1.2020 – August/September

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a reading round up so this is Part One – August/September. So hearken back with me to late summer/early fall, when the the sun was still blazing before the breeze picked up too much. When we made the switch from flip flops and sandals to sneakers and (some daysContinue reading “Recent Reads 12.1.2020 – August/September”

Book Pages, E-Books, and Audiobooks Oh My!

I can’t decide my favorite way to read. There’s the appeal (and wonderful smell) of paper books (and with a book light, you can read in the dark). E-books offer a compact way to carry hundreds of books (and you can read in the dark!). Audiobooks offer a personal way to experience a story throughContinue reading “Book Pages, E-Books, and Audiobooks Oh My!”

Weekend Reading 10.30.2020

Fall is well underway now (had over a foot of snow in Colorado earlier this week!) and it’s time for sweaters and blankets and tea and a cozy nook to read a book (see what I did there?). I love pumpkin and made a two ingredient pumpkin cake (see link to recipe below) last week,Continue reading “Weekend Reading 10.30.2020”

Blog Tour and Giveaway: A Christmas Tale For Little Women

“A Christmas Tale for Little Women” by Linda Brooks Davis Book Tour and GiveAway About the Book Book: A Christmas Tale for Little Women Author: Linda Brooks Davis Genre: Christian Historical Fiction Release Date: September 15, 2020 Broadview is attired for Christmas. Oklahoma heiress, Adelaide Fitzgerald, is hosting two young girls who have chosen to celebrate Christmas with AuntieContinue reading “Blog Tour and Giveaway: A Christmas Tale For Little Women”

Blog Tour and Giveaway: Sand and Mistletoe by Chautona Havig

About the Book Book:  Sand & Mistletoe Author: Chautona Havig Genre:  Contemporary Christian Romance (Holiday) Release Date: November 24, 2018 What’s Christmas without family drama, an accident, and mistletoe? If you ask Portia Spears, it’s a horror movie—especially since she’s never the one caught under that mistletoe. And who thought it was a good idea to spend the lastContinue reading “Blog Tour and Giveaway: Sand and Mistletoe by Chautona Havig”

Blog Tour: Spies and Sweethearts

About the Book Spies & Sweethearts Book: Spies & Sweethearts Author: Linda Shenton Matchett Genre: Historical Romance Release Date: April 15, 2020 A secret mission. A fake bride. A run for their lives. According to the OSS training manual, the life expectancy of a radio operator in Nazi-occupied France is six weeks. Partnered with one of the agency’s topContinue reading “Blog Tour: Spies and Sweethearts”

Weekend Reading 9.11.2020

Today is a unique day in American history as we remember the victims of (and heroes who responded to) the 2001 attacks in New York City and Washington, DC, as well as the passengers in the failed hijacking of Flight 93 that crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Our son was three and our daughter was notContinue reading “Weekend Reading 9.11.2020”