Mar 13
How to Date Dead Guys Review

How to Date Dead Guys Review

How to Date Dead Guys by Ann M. Noser Series: The Witch’s Handbook #1 Publisher: Curiosity Quills Press Date Published: July 14th 2014 Genres: Fantasy & Magic Format: eBook Pages: 304 Rating: Description: College sophomore Emma Roberts remembers her mother’s sage advice: “don’t sleep around, don’t burp in public, and don’t tell anyone you see ghosts”. But when charming Mike Carlson drowns in the campus river under her watch, Emma’s sheltered life shatters. Blamed for Mike’s death and haunted by nightmares, Emma turns to witchcraft and a mysterious Book of Shadows to bring him back. Under a Blood Moon, she… Read more »

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Mar 11
Foy: On the Road to Lost Book Blog Tour and Video Guest Post #LoneStarLit

Foy: On the Road to Lost Book Blog Tour and Video Guest Post #LoneStarLit

FOY:ON THE ROAD TO LOST by GORDON ATKINSON   Genre: Literary Fiction Publisher: Material Media LLC Facebook  I  Twitter Date of Publication: March 1, 2017 Number of Pages: 194   Scroll down for Giveaway! Gordon Atkinson, of the popular blog RealLivePreacher, brings us Foy, a recently- divorced, recently-resigned pastor in the midst of redefining personal meaning. As Foy travels to New Orleans, hoping to find a new identity separate from the church, he keenly observes the everyday, rendering ordinary moments unexpectedly significant. Atkinson’s own background as a preacher and blogger inspires Foy’s confessional voice, the voice which characterizes this story… Read more »

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Mar 09
That’s what HE said Thursday- March 2017

That’s what HE said Thursday- March 2017

We are hosting a meme called: That’s what HE said Thursday. For more info on what this meme is all about click here. We will be doing our posts once a month rather than weekly. The Linky will be open all year long and you are welcome to continue doing your post weekly and linking them up.   Lynn’s Quote: Tink really is my favorite character in the Wicked books. He’s hilarious. And I learned A LOT more about Brownies in Wicked. (And not the girl scout variety!) This month, I’m featuring a bunch of Tink quotes. Because I can.   I’m… Read more »

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Mar 06
Wickedly They Come Review

Wickedly They Come Review

Wickedly They Come by Cathrina Constantine Series: Wickedly #1 Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform Date Published: December 16th 2015 Format: Audiobook Pages: 352 Audiobook Length: 7 hrs and 46 mins Audiobook Narrator: Andrea Emmes Source: Provided as part of book tour Rating: Description: A gripping dark fantasy! A Destined Prophecy: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Julie’s Review: My quick-fire thoughts: This book won an award? And now for more detail, I suppose. Look, I’m a huge fan of shows… Read more »

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Mar 05
Chat Between Chapters: Fictional cars we’d love to drive

Chat Between Chapters: Fictional cars we’d love to drive

 Let’s chat about the fictional cars we’d love to drive.  Julie: Check it out, what a fun topic. Even Wikipedia has an article on fictional cars! And there’s this other article on the 50 coolest fictional cars. I would totally LOVE to drive, er, technically that isn’t the right word. But the flying car from Harry Potter. I mean, wouldn’t you? Skip right over traffic. yes, please. Also, I mean, the time machine. Because DUH. And a little more obscure and bookish is the caddy called Mariah from Out of the Easy. Now that sounded like a nice ride.     … Read more »

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Mar 04
Chapter Break Bingo – March 2017

Chapter Break Bingo – March 2017

Welcome to the easiest challenge you’ll find all year! Read books. Mark off squares. That’s all it takes to participate in Bookish Bingo! Play along with us! Here are the rules: Each month we will upload a new bingo card. You download the bingo card and mark off squares as you read books each month. At the end of the month, we will post our own bingo cards. Link up your post or post your own bingo card in the comments. The monthly winner will be the person with the most marked squares. None of that across, diagonal, up and… Read more »

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Mar 03
Chapter Break Bingo – February 2017 Completed Cards

Chapter Break Bingo – February 2017 Completed Cards

Alright everyone, did you fill out your Bookish Bingo Cards? Share your cards, and link up your posts below! Recap of the rules: Each month we will upload a new bingo card. You download the bingo card and mark off squares as you read books each month. At the end of the month, we will post our own bingo cards. Link up your post or post your own bingo card in the comments. The monthly winner will be the person with the most marked squares. None of that across, diagonal, up and down, corners stuff. Just the number of squares…. Read more »

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Mar 02
#ShelfLove 2017: Top books on my shelf the longest that I haven’t read

#ShelfLove 2017: Top books on my shelf the longest that I haven’t read

#ShelfLove Challenge 2017 We’re co-hosting the #ShelfLove challenge again this year so join us and read more of the books you already bought! Quarterly Topic: March 2017/April 2017: Top books on my shelf the longest that I haven’t read       Julie’s Challenge Update: I started book blogging in 2013, but by then I had already become a book hoarder. It just got even worse after that point. Looking at my “soon to be read” shelf on Goodreads gives me heartburn. So, top books shelved that I collected prior to 2013: I was on a crime kick for a… Read more »

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Mar 01
The Secret Life of Anna Blanc Audiobook Tour Review, Spotlight, Dream Cast, and Narrator Interview

The Secret Life of Anna Blanc Audiobook Tour Review, Spotlight, Dream Cast, and Narrator Interview

Author: Jennifer Kincheloe Narrator: Moira Quirk Length: 12h 44m Publisher: Jennifer R. Kincheloe, Ltd⎮2016 Genre: Historical Mystery/Thriller Release date: Nov. 14, 2016 It’s 1907 Los Angeles. Mischievous socialite Anna Blanc is the kind of young woman who devours purloined crime novels, but must disguise them behind covers of more domestically-appropriate reading. She could match wits with Sherlock Holmes, but in her world women are not allowed to hunt criminals. Determined to break free of the era’s rigid social roles, Anna buys off the chaperone assigned by her domineering father and, using an alias, takes a job as a police matron… Read more »

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Feb 23
What Books Taught Us – How to Solve a Mystery

What Books Taught Us – How to Solve a Mystery

Have you checked out our various Features pages lately? Julie and I are all about Features posts. (Who doesn’t need an occasional break from reviews?) In this feature post, we will be discussing What Books Taught Us. And no, we don’t mean cooking, crafting, or organizing. We are talking about serious, useful skills. Like how to solve a mystery. We want to make sure all of our readers are prepared! Whether your sleuthing skills are more on par with Sherlock Holmes or Shaggy and Scooby, everyone eventually needs to solve a mystery. Source Here are some books to help you… Read more »

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