Book Review: Bad Luck Bridesmaid by Alison Rose Greenberg

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Title: Bad Luck Bridesmaid Author: Alison Rose Greenberg Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin Publication date: January 11, 2022 Genre: Women's Fiction/Romance One Sentence Summary: After failing to get three brides down the aisle as a bridesmaid, Zooey doesn't believe in marriage, and risks losing the love of her life if she doesn't get her best friend, and … Continue reading Book Review: Bad Luck Bridesmaid by Alison Rose Greenberg

My Favorite Women’s Fiction and Romance Read of 2021

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While I do tend to prefer women's fiction novels with as little romance as possible, I've also come to appreciate some romance, as long as I choose them wisely. They were also a nice break between thick, heavy fantasy novels. Since the two blend together far too much for my liking to the point where … Continue reading My Favorite Women’s Fiction and Romance Read of 2021

Author Interview: Kerry Chaput, author of Daughter of the King

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The Lily Cafe is thrilled to welcome author Kerry Chaput! Her historical fiction novel Daughter of the King is set in 1660s France and Canada and offers a story of love and faith . Title: Daughter of the King Author: Kerry Chaput Publisher: Black Rose Writing Publication date: December 16, 2021 Genre: Historical Fiction La Rochelle, … Continue reading Author Interview: Kerry Chaput, author of Daughter of the King

Book Review: On Home by Becca Spence Dobias

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Title: On Home Author: Becca Spence Dobias Publisher: Inkshares Publication date: August 31, 2021 Genre: Women's Fiction One Sentence Summary: Three generation of women in one family and their different routes to motherhood. Before jumping into the review, I wanted to note that this isn't my usual kind of read. While I enjoy women's fiction, I'm not much a reader of … Continue reading Book Review: On Home by Becca Spence Dobias

Why I Don’t Read Outside of My Comfort Zone

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It's called a comfort zone for a reason. It's my happy place, the place I go to in order to retreat from the world and the chaos of my household. With children constantly flinging questions at me literally from the time they wake up at 6 something in the morning until bedtime at 8 at … Continue reading Why I Don’t Read Outside of My Comfort Zone

Indie Books Challenge: May 2021

May 2021: Indie Books Challenge

For my personal Indie Books Challenge, I've decided to try to have at least half of all the books I read in a month be by an indie author or published by an indie publishing house, which I'm broadly defining as not published by one of the Big 5 because doing otherwise would break my … Continue reading Indie Books Challenge: May 2021

Book Review: The Memory Keeper by Jenny Hale

Book Review: The Memory Keeper by Jenny Hale

Title: The Memory Keeper Author: Jenny Hale Publisher: Harpeth Road Press Publication date: January 26, 2021 Genre: Women's Fiction, Romance One Sentence Summary: When her grandmother is hospitalized, Hannah tries to rush home to Tennessee, but a snowstorm has her driving alongside old friend Liam and new friend Georgia to help her grandmother and her flower shop. The Memory Keeper was such … Continue reading Book Review: The Memory Keeper by Jenny Hale

WWW Wednesday – May 12, 2021

WWW Wednesday is a bookish meme run by Sam@Taking on a World of Words. It asks: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? What are you currently reading? The Girl Who Could Move Sh*t with Her Mind by Jackson Ford. I think I accidentally … Continue reading WWW Wednesday – May 12, 2021

Indie Books Challenge: April 2021

Indie Books Challenge April 2021

For my personal Indie Books Challenge, I've decided to try to have at least half of all the books I read in a month be by an indie author or published by an indie publishing house, which I'm broadly defining as not published by one of the Big 5 because doing otherwise would break my … Continue reading Indie Books Challenge: April 2021

Books That Remind Me of Other Books: The Book of Revelations by Idelle Kursman

Books That Remind Me of Other Books: The Book of Revelations by Idelle Kursman

As a lifelong book lover, I've read so many books that many of the books I read now remind me of books I've read before. Today I'll be talking about all the books The Book of Revelations by Idelle Kursman reminds me of. From Amazon: Dragonflies at Night by Anne Marie Bennett. This one involves … Continue reading Books That Remind Me of Other Books: The Book of Revelations by Idelle Kursman