Review of Taylor Kole Books and an Offer to Read for Free!

We would like to introduce all of you to an author that we ourselves have recently discovered: Taylor Kole. Daisy met him on Goodreads, and he was generous enough to share two stories and a novel that he had written. While we are not large fans of science fiction, his stories captivated me, and even... Continue Reading →

Books I Have Read This Past Week

Blurb: A resourceful boy takes a glowing sailboat across the stars to search for his long-missing parents and becomes the target of pirates and an evil cabal with a sinister agenda. Twelve-year-old Jake Flynn’s parents disappeared when he was a baby. On his twelfth birthday, the mystery of why his parent’s disappeared begins to unravel... Continue Reading →

3 Books In Honor of The Holocaust

On the 27th, the world again honored the victims of the Holocaust through: International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust, Holocaust Memorial Day, and Auschwitz Liberation Day. This brought to mind 3 poignant memoirs detailing on a personal level that at times people are capable of doing the unthinkable to... Continue Reading →

What we have been up to this week

I participated in a read-a-thon and finished 3 books... yay! Daisy read "Summary of How Not To Die, by Concise Reading"... Daisy's Review:  Blurb: Concise Reading offers an in-depth and comprehensive encapsulation of "How Not To Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease” by Dr. Michael Greger, the internationally-renowned nutrition expert,... Continue Reading →

Christian Unity Week

This is Christian Unity Week (18-25th), and we were asked to review a website which we love. Here is a bit about it: About Christian Quotes ChristianQuotes.info has over 10,000 Christian quotes that are categorized by Bible, Author and Topic. The inspirational website has a new devotional each day around the daily quote. It also... Continue Reading →

Reviews of Do Not Assume, Do Not Ask; Interview With Author Elaine Williams Crockett and a Giveaway!

Blurb: 9 time National Award Winner:  WINNER GOLD 2016 NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE AWARD for POLITICAL THRILLER WINNER GOLD 2015 INDIEFAB AWARD for MYSTERY WINNER GOLD 2016 BEVERLY HILLS BOOK AWARD for POLITICAL THRILLER WINNER GOLD 2016 CHANTICLEER CLUE AWARD for POLITICAL THRILLER WINNER SILVER 2017 ELIT BOOK AWARD for MYSTERY/SUSPENSE/THRILLER WINNER SILVER 2016 READERS' FAVORITE AWARD for MURDER MYSTERY WINNER BRONZE 2016... Continue Reading →

Bookish Stuff

Well I am sure that many of you are aware that today is Winnie- the -Pooh Day, and I have enjoyed reading many posts about it. All things Pooh is ultimately a celebration of friendship, and there is not much more I can say about it that has not already been said.... just give someone... Continue Reading →

Today Is Blue Monday

They say today is "Blue Monday"-- the day when all of the holidays are officially over, everyone is feeling the letdown from it, bills are starting to come in from all the holiday shopping (and everyone is broke, which itself is depressing), New Year's Resolutions haven't been kept, so everyone is feeling dismal. The "holiday"... Continue Reading →

My Recent Activity

Here are just a few things I have done recently I thought I'd share. I saw this article that came across the wire yesterday that I thought would be of interest to some book readers. It is from "Time" magazine about why sometimes children's books should be a little sad. Time Two books that I... Continue Reading →

Word Nerd Day

Today is Word Nerd Day, which I thought particularly apt, as book lovers, we love the written word. Two books that we have read, by the same author, came to both of our minds immediately. Reviews follow, with a extra special something from Daisy's mother! Blurb: Bill Bryson, author of the national bestseller The Mother... Continue Reading →

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