Book Reviews

Book List for April 2018

Sorry this is late! Here are my top books for April 2018.                     All these books are worth reading again, but the top four books are exceptional: The Little White Horse -- Elizabeth Goudge -- Children's, Christian fiction -- An incredible book with so many layers. I… Continue reading Book List for April 2018

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Book Reviews

Book List for March 2018

March has been a busy month. Here are some of the best books I read: 1: The Book of Secrets – by Melissa McShane -- 5 – YA Fantasy-Mystery -- Helena Davies gets a job in a disorganized bookstore, only to discover the owner’s dead body in the basement and to find out that she… Continue reading Book List for March 2018

Book Reviews

The Amish Widower

Book Review: The Amish Widower, by Virginia Smith Amish farmer Seth Hostetler was devastated when his first wife died. When he finally remarries, his second wife and unborn child are killed in a carriage accident. Now he believes that he is doomed and will never love again.  His life is empty, and he wonders how… Continue reading The Amish Widower

Book Reviews

Stone and Spark

Book Review: Stone and Spark - by Sibella Giorello: Sibella Giorello goes back in time and gives us a new mystery/suspense series featuring Raleigh Harmon as a teenager. When her best friend, Drew, goes missing, Raleigh is sure that something terrible has happened. However, no one will believe her -- not even the police. Her only ally is a… Continue reading Stone and Spark

Book Reviews

One Lane Bridge

Book Review:  One Lane Bridge, by Don Reid. J.D. sets out for a simple drive in the country, needing some relaxation away from the problems at his restaurant and a struggling young adult daughter. He crosses a one lane bridge, and his car breaks down in front of an old farmhouse which contains a family… Continue reading One Lane Bridge

Book Reviews

Celia and the Wolf

Book Review:  Celia and the Wolf, by Donna Maloy. Celia’s father has warned her repeatedly that her true nature as a shapeshifter is to be kept hidden. But normal life in 1806 England is so boring. A fourteen-year old young lady is supposed to sit still, be pretty, embroider, and act refined. Celia dreams of… Continue reading Celia and the Wolf

Book Reviews, Personal updates

Braced To Bite

I was in the library the other day and picked up Braced To Bite, by Serena Robar, from the YA section.   Colby Blanchard is a Type A personality with a little OCD thrown in.  She's a cheerleader, bossy, determined to be Homecoming Queen, planning to ace college, and a little arrogant too... until she is… Continue reading Braced To Bite