Review: Who Rescued Who by Victoria Schade

Is it even possible to walk by this book and not be completely drawn to it?! I mean look at those big brown puppy dog eyes! I was done for when I saw this cover and knew it was a must read.

Can you tell that I like dogs? Well yes I adore dogs and this cover spoke to my dog lover heart and when I saw that it was written by a dog training professional I was intrigued.

I mean it’s not every day that one goes from training dogs to writing books and I thought this would be a fun quick way to spend a few days during the lockdown COVID crisis and I was right. I couldn’t have picked a better more uplifting book to read at this time! Continue reading “Review: Who Rescued Who by Victoria Schade”

Review: The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives In Your Home (Welcome to Night Vale #3) by Joseph Fink, Jeffrey Cranor

This book was a huge shot in the dark for me. I hadn’t heard of the series before, and the fact that it was the third in a series so I had no idea what I was getting myself into….and it’s categorized as sci-fi which I usually don’t read much of.

I thought the title sounded interesting and I loved the promise of a creepy old woman haunting people and the cover is quirky and eye catching, so in the end I thought…..why not.

It’s rare that I read a ‘shot in the dark’ book, I usually try and stick within my favorite genres while occasionally trying something ‘new to me’ but this one was completely different than what I normally read so I kept coming back to the catchy title (even if it was long!) and I ultimately just went for it. Continue reading “Review: The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives In Your Home (Welcome to Night Vale #3) by Joseph Fink, Jeffrey Cranor”

Re-Share Review: Becoming Mrs Lewis by Patti Callahan Henry

I couldn’t be more excited to re-share my review of this wonderful book in celebration of it’s release in paperback today!

This was the first book I had read by this author and I absolutely loved it! I first read it back in the fall of 2018 and I have often thought of it since then, especially when I see a Narnia book! When I read this book originally, I hadn’t read the Narnia books yet but thanks to this fun novel, I was inspired to read the first one at least and I loved it.

If you are looking for a wonderfully charming read that will stay with you long after it’s done, you should check this one out! It is out in paperback today so don’t miss it! Check out my original thoughts on it below! Continue reading “Re-Share Review: Becoming Mrs Lewis by Patti Callahan Henry”

Special Feature and Excerpt: The Sea Glass Cottage by RaeAnne Thayne

I absolutely love RaeAnne Thayne and I just stumbled on her books about a year and a half ago when I was asked to read one of her Christmas series. I thought it was absolutely charming and very festive.

Since then I have read a couple of her other Christmas ones and then one of her non-Christmas reads and enjoyed all of them! I was thrilled to see she had another new book coming out this spring.

Today I am thrilled to bring you an excerpt from her latest beachy read, THE SEA GLASS COTTAGE which is out now so don’t miss it! Continue reading “Special Feature and Excerpt: The Sea Glass Cottage by RaeAnne Thayne”

Review: Darling Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel

This novel has been getting a lot of hype on social media. It’s Stephanie Wrobel’s debut novel and it sounds dark and addicting. Which is exactly why I wanted to review it.

I mean, I am not going to lie, the main character’s name was Rose Gold and that was made clear in the summary and all I could think of was ‘gag me!’

I honestly wasn’t sure I could get past the name situation but I was eager to read this one all the same because it had all the complicated mother/daughter issues mixed with some psychologically thrilling elements so I was willing ot at least try and look past the name ‘Rose Gold’. Continue reading “Review: Darling Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel”