Book Review and Interview | The Scribbled Victims by Robert Tomoguchi #authorsoftheOC #thescribbledvictims

Genre: Paranormal, Vampires Published: February 28, 2017 Pages: 340 There’s a saying about how books always seem to find their reader, and this is especially true of this book… I haven’t read a good vampire novel in years. It’s not my preferred genre even though I devoured everything Anne Rice wrote in the 90s, loved…

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Book Review | Miracle Creek by Angie Kim #bookreview #newrelease

Genre: Mystery, Fiction, Contemporary Published: April 16, 2019 Pages: 357 My Thoughts A complex and absolutely absorbing drama with a heartbreaking premise. It’s incredible to think this is a debut author. I had no idea what it was about other than it had Korean main characters. Having seen this book everywhere and learning the author…

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Book Review | The Season Of Silver Linings by Christine Nolfi #bookreview #christinenolfi #suzyapproved

Genre: Women’s Fiction, Romance Release Date : July 17, 2018 Pages: 285 My Thoughts Besides having a gorgeous cover, this was a delightful and charming “second chances” title by Christine Nolfi. It’s the third book in the Sweet Lake series but can easily be read without the first two. I loved this quote at the…

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Book Review | The Mother-in-Law by Sally Hepworth #newrelease #netgalley

Genre: Mystery, Fiction, Thriller Published: April 23. 2019 Pages: 352 My Thoughts: I’ve just finished this highly satisfying new title by Sally Hepworth. She’s been on my radar for some time but this was the first book of hers I’ve read. What a roller coaster! Not what I was expecting at all. The domestic suspense…

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Book Review | The Last Romantics by Tara Conklin #thelastromantics #bookreview #fivestarreads

Genre: Fiction, Contemporary Published: February 5, 2019 Pages: 338 My Review: A touching and moving story about siblings, forgiveness and family dynamics. I enjoy books about family dramas and I am especially fond of stories where the bonds of siblings help them through life’s challenges and this one was heartfelt, honest and very special. In…

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New Release Spotlight and Giveaway | When We Left Cuba by Chanel Cleeton #whenweleftcuba #newrelease #giveaway

Today I’m happy to share a new title by Chanel Cleeton – When We Left Cuba. This is the second installment after Next Time In Havana and we discover more about Beatriz. I’ll have my full review post for you on Friday. Don’t forget to scroll all the way to end of this post for…

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Top Ten Tuesday | Ten Fictional Females I’d Want As Friends #toptentuesday #iwd2019

Welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday post. The prompt for the week was Ten Characters I’d Want to Switch Places With. In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8th, I’ve changed it slightly to: Ten Fictional Females I’d Want To Be Friends With! Nancy Drew | Girl detective, clever, always gets her guy, cute…

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Book Review | Mourning Dove by Claire Fullerton #bookreview #mourningdove #southernfiction

Genre: Fiction, Southern fiction Published: June 29, 2018 Pages: 234 🍊🍊🍊🍊🍊/5 My Review: This book took my breath away with its beautiful and emotional story of a family living in Memphis, TN in the early 70s. Millie and her older brother Finley are inseparable and she adores him. On the second page we’re told something…

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