Today's feature is from the second largest book I read in 2019! It's written by a dear friend of mine and I am SO pumped to share all the lovely things about her story this Friday as well as interview her tomorrow! Eeepp! #QOTD: How do you keep track or record of your favorite lines when reading paperbacks?
I am thrilled to be kicking off the new year with this epic quote from this epic series! Laura Frances's dystopian series, Slave, is a personal favorite in this genre and can't wait to introduce her tomorrow through a fun interview and gush about her books this Friday. Stay tuned! #QOTD: What genre can you not get enough of?
This is one of my favorite quotes from Selina J. Eckert's Pumpkin Spice Pie-Jinks, which I'll be featuring tomorrow and Friday! Stay tuned because this is a *great* fall read!! QOTD: Do you have a furry friend? And if so, are you brave enough to wake them? ;)
So excited to be featuring Sara Ella's Coral this week! (Stay tuned for an interview with Sara tomorrow!) It just released yesterday and I am pumped that it's officially out. Such a moving story! QOTD: What's your favorite thing or creature that dwells in the ocean?
So excited to be featuring Jo Cassidy's Harper by Monster Ivy Publishing this week! (Stay tuned for an interview with Jo tomorrow!) QOTD: What's the "loudest" way for someone to show or tell you that they love you?
I'm changing things up! On Wednesdays I usually share one of my favorite quotes from a recent read with a short review. However, I realized I give a "review" twice in that I share on Wednesday and Friday. For the time being I'm going to mainly share exclusively my favorite book quotes from a read I'll be featuring that week and maybe a question or [...]
Attention steampunk readers! I have an awesome book feature for you this week that I think you will greatly enjoy! It was a lot of fun. It was very adventurous. It was full of great characters. I would say that Anna Bowman's Black Recluse was a triple win. ;) It’s funny because even though I finished reading this book a week ago (at least), I've still [...]
I don't read Christian fiction much anymore, but when I do I'm always reminded why it was exclusively all I read ten plus years ago (and why I love it). This book may not be considered "Christian fiction." However, the allegory woven through V. Romas Burton's Heartmender is one that inspires and encourages as the Christian novels I use to read. So many different things [...]
If I could sum up the latest dystopian book I read, it would be today's quote. Angela R. Watts wrote an intense, action-filled read that left me totally on the edge of my seat. However, even with all the action, the strong sense of brotherhood and loyalty was my favorite. It reminded me to be thankful for my friends who have been there for me [...]
I absolutely love love love when a story packs an emotional punch and fuels you to want to be a better person. Though I may not like the sob fest involved, 100 Days of Sunlight delivered in such a powerful way that her book now holds a small little piece of my heart. Sooooo many little gems that remind me to be involved with others [...]