Summer Reading Spotlight- Mood Reading

I started out the summer with reading goals. I read through several summer reading guides and suggestions, and had great plans to get through a variety of new books. I’m still in the midst of a reading slump, but I had high hopes. Then the summer got busy with church activities, travel (so much travel!)Continue reading “Summer Reading Spotlight- Mood Reading”

Get Cozy With Maddie Day!

Time to Get Cozy with Maddie Day/Edith Maxwell! She is such a delight to talk with. We had a fun chat. Remember, Batter Off Dead, her latest in the Country Store series, is out now! Pick it up at Bookshop.org or get an autographed copy from Jabberwockybookshop.com. If you’ve already picked up a copy, youContinue reading “Get Cozy With Maddie Day!”

Great Tea Time Mysteries For Cold Winter Days

It’s tea time at the Get Cozy Book Nook! Temperatures are frigid across Southern Indiana (where I live) and much of the U.S., so it’s a great time to snuggle in with a hot beverage and a good book. Tea shop mysteries are super popular. And, they’re great for (of course) tea lovers, but theyContinue reading “Great Tea Time Mysteries For Cold Winter Days”

New Focus For Get Cozy Book Nook Plus 7 Tasty First-In-Series Food-Based Cozies

Here at Get Cozy Book Nook, I’ve focused on providing book news readers can use. As time has progressed, I find myself increasingly focus on cozy mysteries (my faves!), and so the tone of the blog is going to change. The main focus of most posts will be cozy mysteries, with some book-related content. I’llContinue reading “New Focus For Get Cozy Book Nook Plus 7 Tasty First-In-Series Food-Based Cozies”

Reading Roundup February 2021

This month was a slow reading month. After finishing nearly ten books last month, I only finished four books, three of them audio books. The short month seemed to fly by. I’m in the middle of three books, so March’s book total should go back up. Here’s my February book haul: 28 Summers by ElinContinue reading “Reading Roundup February 2021”

Keep the Romance Alive: Seven Books For Your Valentine’s (or Galentine’s) Day Hangover

Love is still in the air, even though Valentine’s Day was two days ago (and Galentine’s was three days ago). Whether you celebrate the Hallmark holiday of romantic love (based on a story with Christian roots), or are through with relationships, there’s a romance for you. Some are steamy, others tame, and still others takeContinue reading “Keep the Romance Alive: Seven Books For Your Valentine’s (or Galentine’s) Day Hangover”

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”

Reading Roundup 6.16.20

I’ve been trying to diversify my reading list, both racially and genre-wise and I think this set of reads is a good start. This was a pretty good month for books, and each one was a hit in its own way. Becoming Mrs. Lewis by Patti Callahan This was a fascinating tale of the loveContinue reading “Reading Roundup 6.16.20”

Recent Reads – The COVID-19 Edition

This month’s reads ran the gamut, from Christian fiction to heartfelt, agonizing poetry. April was the height of the stay-at-home order in Colorado, so it made finding reading time much easier. Still, I found myself distracted from my reading, drifting some amidst the tension of the time. Eventually, I got back into a groove andContinue reading “Recent Reads – The COVID-19 Edition”

Get Cozy Book Nook: New Name, New Focus

Writer Without a Space has a new name and a new focus! Welcome to the Get Cozy Book Nook. Because so many of my posts focused on books, book reviews, reading, and the reading life, I thought the name of the blog should reflect that content. But it’s more than just a name change. GetContinue reading “Get Cozy Book Nook: New Name, New Focus”