Tag: recent reads

  • 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 days […]

  • Recent Reading Roundup 8.5.20

    It was a busy summer reading season between mid-June and July. This month’s selections included a variety of genres and books that were great summertime reads. Check out the books below: The Prayer Box by Lisa Wingate Lisa Wingate paints a vivid picture of beach community Hatteras Island, located in the Carolinas and draws you […]

  • 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 love […]

  • 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 and […]

  • What I’ve Been Reading Lately

    With all the “extra” time we all have while we’re sheltering in place, I have had a difficult time focusing on reading. I’ve heard the same thing from some other bloggers and people in my life. I’m not sure if I’m distracted because of all the COVID-19 news (I’m a news writer by night, so […]

  • Recent Reads: You’re Staying In, So You Might As Well Read.

    Since we’re all staying home more because of COVID-19, it’s a good time to catch up on your TBR list. There are a lot of great new books coming out, but don’t forget those backlist picks. It’s also a great time to buy e-books or download them from the library (try Overdrive or Libby). Audiobooks […]