Author Interview! Joni Dee of And the Wolf Shall Dwell

I read and reviewed Joni Dee's book And the Wolf Shall Dwell last week. You can read my review here. I was fortunate enough to meet Joni while asking BookGobbler for some technical assistance. From there, getting a Q&A was simple! You'll learn more about The Wolf and about Joni himself! What is the inspiration... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Call the Midwife

Call the Midwife was such a wonderful book. It’s difficult to even begin to review it. I do have a lot more respect for all the nurses out there. It’s a memoir of a midwife in the 1950s. There was not an OBGYN available back then, so prenatal care was provided by the midwives –... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Poets, Artist, Lovers

Poets, Artists, Lovers. You can just tell by the title that this is going to be a whirlwind of a book, and it did not disappoint. A group of friends enjoy monthly parties at each other’s homes in the beautiful country of Romania. They are each artists in their own right: poets, musicians, sculptor, writers,... Continue Reading →

Book Giveaway!

Congrats to Viking Reviews for reaching 1000 followers! Check out this awesome blog and you may even win a free book! Source: Book Giveaway!

Book Review: Hillbilly Elegy

Hillbilly Elegy has been popping up on my Goodreads feed for months. I mean MONTHS. From members of my previous book club to suggested reading, it seemed I could not get away from this book. So when I saw it available for audiobook on Overdrive, I thought ‘let’s see what everyone is talking about.’ Boy,... Continue Reading →

TV Show: The Librarians

I have always had a love for history. Maybe it was because of all the reading I had for homework. And that has resulted in my love of historical documentaries and historical fiction. I remember watching 'Unnatural History' as a kid, and I absolutely loved it. Unfortunately it was only on for about one season.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Blinds

'God may forgive, but He rarely exonerates.' The Blinds, a government experiment known as Caesura, houses many dangerous people. But they don't know they're dangerous. Everyone who has come to The Blinds has had some part of their memory erased, the dark part of themselves they all wish to hide from themselves. This somewhat peaceful... Continue Reading →

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