August Updates

My writing has been pretty sporadic as summer ends and school starts back, so I just wanted to hop on here and explain myself. 🙂 Advertisements

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The Spice King

This latest series starter by Elizabeth Camden kept me enchanted. I love how Camden always picks such a unique yet important point of history to set her story around.

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June Favorites

Just a quick list this time because I didn’t realize June was already over so quickly!

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Until the Mountains Fall

All right, I’m back today with my review of a book by an author who has quickly become one of my favorites.  Right off the bat with her debut novel in 2016, she drew me into her world of biblical fiction, a genre I had previously not generally liked.  I’ve read every book of hers […]

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The Noble Guardian

I’ve read another book earlier in this series, Brentwood’s Ward, but didn’t read the second book in this series for some reason.  The Noble Guardian still worked as an (almost) stand-alone.

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In the Shadow of the Croft Tower

Well, I haven’t had a post about a book in a while, because the books I’ve been reading don’t release until June, so I’ve been scheduling my reviews of them out closer to the release date. But, I recently got another book in the mail from the Fiction Guild, so I thought I’d share it […]

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Life Between Two Gardens

Welcome back to the blog! Sorry it’s been so sparse in the posting lately; I’ve had so much going on with school and travels and jobs.  Hopefully I’ll get around to posting an update later.

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Sweet on You

I was so excited when I saw that this book was available to read and review; I have been checking pretty much every week and it finally was released to the advanced readers, and I read it over the weekend! Becky Wade has been a long-time favorite author of mine; I loved her writings since […]

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Becoming Mrs. Lewis

This 400 page book is a beauty! I recently received it from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild and have been admiring it’s cover and black and white maps on the first and last pages of the book.  I know we’re not meant to judge a book from it’s cover, but this cover is […]

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