7Seven Things to Say About My To Be Read Pile

Any avid reader knows that no matter how big your TBR (To Be Read) pile is you can’t pass up a Used Book Sale, E-book Sale, or even the release of a new book by an Author you love.  There is always room for more…well maybe not but lets face it Avid Readers don’t care…

7Seven New Pictures Books in 2019-2020

I love a good picture book, the stories are fun, simple, and usually have a great message. Picture books are also filled with beautiful illustrations that help tell the story. Here are some new picture books, some are already out and some will be released in the next 6 months. Sharon, Lois, and Bram’s Skinnamarink…

7Seven Things to Say About Deeanne Gist’s Books

I have been patiently waiting for a new book from Deeanne Gist since her last book “Tiffany Girl” came out May 5, 2015.  Four long years have gone by and it was beginning to feel like we would never have a new book.  Then her Instagram followers were given a glimmer of hope as she…

7Seven Things to Say About “Sweet on You” by Becky Wade

“Sweet on You” is the third and final book in the “A Bradford Sisters Romance”.  Last May I read the first book in this series and from that moment I was hooked.  Becky Wade weaves together a great mystery and love story that keeps the reader engaged and entertained.     1.       Naturally in this final…

7Seven Things To Say About “Tell Her No Lies” by Kelly Irvin

I love a good mystery and this book is just that, a good mystery. Nina is a freelance photographer and the adopted daughter of a well known Judge who happens to be her biological uncle. Rick and Nina have been friends since they were children, though he views their relationship as much more.  Aaron and…

7Seven Things To Say About “Fawkes” by Nadine Brandes

This book is Historical Fantasy Fiction. The Gunpowder plot was based on real events as was Guy Fawkes involvement and death. I enjoyed the Color Powers, and “White Light”.  This book is not categorized as Christian Fiction, however it is published by a Christian Publisher.  In this story the “White Light” is hope and truth….

7Seven Things To Say About “An Old Sweetheart of Mine” by James Whitcomb Riley

The Copyright and Printing of this book is 1902 from The Bowen-Merrill Company. The Illustrations are by Howard Chandler Christy with Decorations by Virginia Keep. This poem and corresponding illustrations fill 43 beautiful pages. This poem was originally published in 1891. The illustrations are beautiful. The verse is equally enchanting. This would make a great…