Review – Plan Bea

Surprisingly, Plan Bea is the first novel by Hilary Grossman that I’ve read. Today I’m sharing my review on the novel. Next, I’ll be adding her other novels to my never ending TBR list! Plan Bea by Hilary Grossman Secrets, Lies and Second Chances Book 1 My Review: One of the book’s main themes is…

April Reading

I sound like a broken record each other when I tell you how incredulous I am that another month of 2017 has passed us by. We’re now officially a third of the way into the year and it still feels like the year just began! Today I’m sharing the books I read during April. Some…

Review – Children’s Books by Marion Mike

Happy Children’s Book Week! Today is the last day of the celebration and I wanted to share my review on a few fabulous books. The following three children’s books were all written by Marion Mike and illustrated by Laurie Eichhorn. All three books have an underlying message of believing in yourself which is a truly wonderful lesson to…

Review – Lizzie Reaches the Rainbow

Happy Children’s Book Week! Today I’m sharing my thoughts on an adorable children’s book called Lizzie reaches the rainbow. It was written by a young girl named Lara Woods and the illustrations were done by her brother Tom Woods. Their mother Tess Woods is one of my personal favorite authors. (Check out my review on…

Children’s Book Week

On May 1st to the 7th this year we celebrate Children’s Book Week. ‘Established in 1919, Children’s Book Week is the longest-running national literacy initiative in the country. Every year, events are held nationwide at schools, libraries, bookstores, homes — wherever young readers and books connect!’ Children’s Book Week is widely promoted by Every Child…

Guest Post by Author Jordaina Sydney Robinson

This has been a fun-filled week on the blog thanks in large part to Jordaina Sydney Robinson, author of the Bridget Sway paranormal cozy mystery series. In case you missed any of the posts from this week I’ve shared my review on all of the novels in the series; the prequel novella Just a Touch…

Review – A Little More Dead

A Little More Dead by Jordaina Sydney Robinson My Review: The moment I finished reading Deader Still I started reading A Little More Dead. I loved dropping myself into Bridget’s afterlife and witnessing all of the crazy things that happen to her. In case you couldn’t guess by now, the third book has even more…