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Vacation reading is some of the best reading! Do you agree? Grace has been sharing on Instagram about her recent trip to the Washington D.C. area. If you love history and historical places, be sure to head over to Instagram to see what she has shared. She shared some great stuff on her Instagram stories […]
It has been a couple of months since I did a book for guys post. Since the book blogging and social media world are full of view points from women, I thought it would be fun to occasionally share what my husband is reading. We want to help you find great books for the guys […]
It is the first week of July. That means we are a few days away from celebrating the 4th of July! In honor of the 4th of July, we thought we would put together a list of twenty one books all about the USA. We included books about presidents, first families, the White House, and […]
Today we are sharing eleven new book reviews. Grace and I have both been doing a lot of reading. She has more time because it is summer and I have been working hard to finish up my nonfiction books for every state challenge. We have read quite a few nonfiction books recently, but the list […]
This week marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day. As you most likely know, D-Day was when the allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy, France during WWII. D-Day cost many brave men their lives, but it allowed the allied forces to gain ground towards winning WWII. There are so many books on WWII and […]
Online so many people have talked about how wonderful Ready Player One is, so I finally picked it up to read. I think this is another one of those books that I am on the unpopular side on.
If you love Audrey Hepburn movies Dutch Girl is a great book to add to your to be read list. This book shares a side of Audrey Hepburn few people know about.
If you have seen the play Hamilton or are a big fan of it like so many of my friends are, I would recommend you read Alexander Hamilton by Chernow. I have already gotten one friend who has actually seen the play to read it. He enjoyed the book and the play, which does mean you can enjoy both the fiction and the true side of life at the same time.
Adventures Under Fire was written different than many other World War II book because it includes Albert Henke’s flight logs. This added a new element to the story because I was able to see what he felt at the time. I would say that this book is shorter when it comes to reading length because of all the pictures and logs taking up pages.If you want a different story or view of World War II, then I think you’ll enjoy this.
When I bought this book, it was the description that sold me “like a scene from Where Eagles Dare.” I enjoyed watching this Clint Eastwood movie, so I thought, why not read a true story that was similar. Well, let me tell you, it was worth picking up.It was a great story.