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Character Studies ~ Family

Well, believe it or not, it’s time for another Character Studies! A quick refresher: Character Studies is a monthly character interview hosted by Morgan Dusky @Studies in Characters. Morgan’s blog has been taken over by her characters, and these eleven are a lot of fun! You should totally check out her (or rather their!) blog. […]

The Heiress of Winterwood by Sarah E. Ladd

Title: The Heiress of Winterwood Author: Sarah E. Ladd Series: Whispers on the Moors, #1 Genre: Historical Romance Age-Range: 13+ (young adult/adult) Era: 1814 (Regency) Setting: Darbury, England Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: library Rating: 2.5/5 stars Content: 3/5. I’d say thematic elements (fights, guns, knives, semi-detailed … nothing gory or overdone) and then some kissing […]

251 Things To Do In Tofino by Kait Fennell

Hi, everyone! I know I don’t usually review this kind of book, and I doubt I ever will again, but I’m doing it as a review swap, so bear with me. 🙂 Title: 251 Things To Do In Tofino Author: Kait Fennell Genre: Nonfiction (travel guides Age-Range: adult (or young adult, I guess!) Publisher: BlueFire […]

Introducing Riley and the School-Year Schedule

Before we get into the nitty-gritty of schedules for the ‘new year,’ I’d like you to meet someone. 🙂 Isn’t he adorable? Yeah, I know that isn’t the best picture … I took it on the way home from picking him up yesterday! Yes, we did get him a couple days early … and even then, […]

Cover Reveal ~ Befriending the Beast by Amanda Tero

Today I’ll be revealing the cover for Befriending the Beast by Amanda Tero. I was offered the chance to beta-read it, and what I’ve read so far has been simply amazing! 🙂 Title: Befriending the Beast Author: Amanda Tero Genre: Christian fairy-tale retelling Release Date: September 30th, 2016 The Cover: The Summary: Belle has returned […]

Vote for Me! ~all your wildest dreams will come true~

Some of you may have noticed this page. That’s right, guys. They’re electing the queen (or king) of the bloggers, essentially … only democratically … so, yep, time to elect me your president! How to do that? Well, it’s all explained in better detail here, but basically, you go to this page, read my promises, and […]

The Lady of the Vineyard is now available to pre-order!

I know I shouldn’t be posting this today, but I just thought you’d like to know that you can now pre-order The Lady of the Vineyard on Amazon! 😀 Are you excited? Are you clicking on that link and rushing to Amazon? You aren’t? WHAT KIND OF A BLOG-FOLLOWER ARE YOU???!!! Just kidding, of course. […]

Fitting In by Rebekah A. Morris

Title: Fitting In Author: Rebekah A. Morris (http://readanotherpage.com/) Genre: Christian historical fiction Age-Range: middle grade/young adult Era: early 1900s, I believe? Setting: a little town, presumably out west Publisher: Read Another Page, Rebekah A. Morris Source: author (in exchange for honest review) Rating: 4/5 stars Content: 1/5. Nothing that made me uncomfortable. A character who […]

August 2016 Spotlight ~ Character Theme Songs and Important Updates

One of my dearest friends in the blogging world is Lana from The Music of Words. Which is a great blog, by the way. one of the few I actually read through every word of every post. *guilty grin* Anyways, moving on … Lana started doing this thing recently called ‘spotlights.’ She’s done two so far […]

A Refuge at Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky

Title: A Refuge at Highland Hall Author: Carrie Turansky (carrieturansky.com) Series: Edwardian Brides, #3 Genre: Christian historical romance Age-Range: young adult/adult Era: WW1 (1915) Setting: England with some scenes in France will our darling Alex. Publisher: Multnomah Books Source: library Rating: 5/5 stars Content: 2/5. Okay for any highschool teen. One of the characters (a servant) […]

To Middle (To Write or Not To Write, #1)

Today I will have a few tips on writing a middle. I was inspired by Liv (who suggested this post) and Cora, who started the blog tag To Write or Not to Write and nominated me. To find out more about that, go here. I’m calling this the first, as it is the first on Reveries, […]