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June and July were great reading months for me. I read quite a few books. It was also a good mix of fiction and nonfiction. I didn’t share what I read in June, so I am sharing both June and July today. The Printed Letter Bookshop – This is the fourth or fifth Katherine Reay […]
Do you love nonfiction? We love nonfiction too that is why we are sharing a list of Great Nonfiction Audiobooks. It is no secret that we love nonfiction books. But we don’t want just any nonfiction book. We want nonfiction books that are well written and interesting. One of the ways we find these great […]
The Story Keeper by Lisa Wingate is a powerful story of love and forgiveness. We are back with another backlist book pick! Backlist Book Picks is where we feature older books, books that are not the new releases that everyone is talking about. With all the new book releases each week, older books often get […]
Books For Guys aka What My Husband Is Reading. I am sharing a list of books that my husband has read recently. It has been almost a year since I did a post about books for guys also known as what my husband is reading. I can’t believe that it has been that long. I […]
If you love a good Hallmark movie you need this huge list of books that read like a Hallmark movie. I love a good Hallmark movie, but you know what I love even more? Books that read like a Hallmark movie! I don’t watch a lot of T.V. but when I do it tends to […]
Brothers Forever was such a touching story. It was heartbreaking because both the men that are followed in the book die, which isn’t too much of a spoiler as that is on the cover of the book. They were not really brothers, but they went to the Naval academy.
The Printed Letter Bookshop is another book that I just recently finished. As I was reading this book, I kept thinking what a great movie it would make.
Need a good laugh, pick up Dot.con. If you haven’t already heard of James Veitch, I suggest you Google him. His Ted Talks and Comedy sketches are hilarious.
I first saw Blood & Ivy first at Magic City Books and both my dad and I wanted to read it. This book isn’t your typical true crime book.
If you have read the Hunger Games, I encouraged you to read The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes because I think it will help you understand parts of the series.