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Looking for Advance Readers

After the murder of her father – which no one but her believes happened – Verve just wants to hold her family together and take on the role of provider. Unfortunately, a cruel fae lord believes she knows the location of an ancient magical weapon and steals her away to Letorheas, realm of the fairies.… Continue reading Looking for Advance Readers

Hobbies, Reading

Am I in Truth a Fan?

When you enter a fandom, how fanatical are you? I had a conversation with a family member recently about Brandon Sanderson. I called myself a Brandon Sanderson fan, as I have read some of his books and enjoyed them. I’ve read the first two books of the original Mistborn trilogy, The Reckoners books, Starsight, The… Continue reading Am I in Truth a Fan?


4 Basic Reasons to Reread Fiction

I know not everyone likes to read books for a second time. It’s not in everyone’s nature to want the same literary treat more than once, and that’s okay. We’re all made different. But if you’re anything like me, there are some books that just beg to be visited again. Here are some excuses to… Continue reading 4 Basic Reasons to Reread Fiction

Fantasy, Hobbies, Uncategorized

Fabulous: Dressing Like a Hobbit and Making People Laugh

When I was in high school, I was introduced to the wonderful world of J.R.R. Tolkien: Middle-earth. First I read The Hobbit (as one does--it's still my favorite to this day) and then I made my way through The Lord of the Rings trilogy in a few weeks' time. What made me want to read… Continue reading Fabulous: Dressing Like a Hobbit and Making People Laugh

Hobbies, Movies

Beth’s Top 6 List of Book to Movie/TV Adaptations

Movie-to-book adaptations abound, I mean, come on, who doesn't want to hear that their favorite paper and ink hallucination trough is about to be offered up in visual and audio? Except...when you buy your ticket, take you seat, and then sit through a condensed dream-soup that reeks of "We didn't have the heart or the… Continue reading Beth’s Top 6 List of Book to Movie/TV Adaptations


8 Awesome Books I am Stoked to Read in 2022

Here's a list of the top ten books I want to read (or finish reading) in 2022: The Lyrics by Paul McCartneyThis two-volume book contains the lyrics to all of Paul McCartney songs (written solo or collaboratively) and the stories behind each.Rule of Wolves by Leigh BardugoThis book is the second in a duology, all… Continue reading 8 Awesome Books I am Stoked to Read in 2022


Books I Read in 2021

Happy New Year's Eve -- celebrate safely and responsibly. Me? I'll be staying in and reading probably, thanks. Speaking of... Here is a list of books I read this year: The Midnight Library by Matt HaigAnxious People by Fredrik BackmanFull Time Author by Eileen CookBuild Better Characters by Eileen CookThe Queen's Gambit by Walter TevisStrategic… Continue reading Books I Read in 2021

Books, Reading

7 Wintry Books

Seeing as it's winter and the solstice is merely several days away, I thought it might be fun to compile a list, albeit a short one, of books set in the winter months. And so, without further ado... WINTRY READS! The Long Winter (Little House, #6) by Laura Ingalls WilderLIW tells the story of her… Continue reading 7 Wintry Books

Reading, Social media, writing

Goals for 2022

Well, the year is winding to close. 100 years ago, the likes of Ernest Hemingway and Gertrude Stein were flocking to Paris France and living it up. Seems like a golden age, doesn't it? I suggest you read When Paris Sizzled by Mary McAuliffe and watch Midnight in Paris. Both are great and will give… Continue reading Goals for 2022

Books, Reading

Top 11 Books I’ve Read in 2020 and 2021

I've read a lot of good books this decade so far. Here's a look at my top eleven favorites thus far (I couldn't narrow it down to ten!) Ophelia by Lisa M. Klein - I read this one in 2020. It's based on Shakespeare's play Hamlet but from the perspective of Ophelia, Hamlet's love interest.… Continue reading Top 11 Books I’ve Read in 2020 and 2021