2021 Reading Challenge

2021 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 3 books toward her goal of 245 books.

Guest Book Review: Lighting the Stars by Gabriele Wills, Review by Linda Lu

Today I’m pleased to bring you a review by a new contributor, Linda Lu. Enjoy!

About the Book Tucked into the rugged Canadian wilderness of Muskoka’s majestic lake country, Merilee Sutcliffe’s peaceful town seems worlds away from the escalating conflict in Europe. But life is about to change dramatically in the Summer of 1940. As […]

Book Review: The Dictionary of Lost Words by Pip Williams

I am captivated by books about books and words. I myself am a lifelong lover of both, and find that others who feel the same generally craft beautiful tales in homage to our great loves… Pip Williams has crafted one such tale.


Book Review: Through the Door by T.L. Brown

Merciful heavens, but Emily’s life is getting more confusing by the minute!

In this second installment in the Door to Door series, T.L. Brown throws us right into the thick of things from the opening pages. (For my review of book one, Door to Door, click here.) With her characteristic wit and humor, we find […]

Book Review: Albert Einstein by Inspired Inner Genius

The Inspired Inner Genius folks have done a great job distilling the lives of great men and women into simplified, but not overly simplistic, tales for children that serve as intriguing introductions to their respective subjects. With colorful illustrations and an emphasis on overcoming the types of challenges that children can relate to, the books […]

Excerpt: The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer

About the Book

With the thrilling pace and historical drama of Pam Jenoff and Kristin Hannah, New York Times bestselling author Kelly Rimmer’s newest novel is an epic WWII saga and love story, based on the real-life efforts of two young people taking extraordinary risks to save their countrymen, as they try to find their […]