2021 Reading Challenge

2021 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 3 books toward her goal of 245 books.
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Book Review: Unthinkable by Brad Parks

I really liked the way this one started. I hadn’t read Brad Parks before, although head certainly heard of him. The premise and setup were intriguing and well-managed – unfortunately about 40% in it felt like it was floundering and I started to lose my feel for the characters and the story. I didn’t see […]

Guest Post: My Author’s Journey (or How I Became an Accidental Publisher) by Zen Grandma, Author of Secrets to Understanding a Toddler for First Time Parents, an Essential Guide

Today I’m pleased to introduce you to Zen Grandma and her new how-to for first-time parents, Secrets to Understanding a Toddler for First Time Parents, an Essential Guide. She’s sharing how she developed her book – and got into the world of online publishing along the way! Enjoy…

My Author’s Journey (or How I […]

Book Review: The Therapist by B.A. Paris

I enjoy the novels of B.A. Paris, particularly in the more domestic – ish vein of The Dilemma and this newest offering. I enjoy delving into the dynamic of families and neighbors in the types of forced- drama settings that she crafts. She does a marvelous job presenting a range of personalities and forcing them […]

Excerpt: Never Saw Me Coming by Vera Kurian

About the Book

“I’ve never met someone like me, but when I do, eventually, I think it will be like two wolves meeting in the night, sniffing and recognizing a fellow hunter.”

Meet Chloe Sevre. Freshman honor student. Average-seeming, legging-wearing, hot girl next door…and diagnosed psychopath with an IQ of 135. Her hobbies include yogalates, […]

Book Review: The Cover Wife by Dan Fesperman

I like Dan Fesperman because I like traditional, old-school feeling spy novels – and that is usually what he writes. Or at least what I usually read of his. This one felt like half domestic thriller drama and half spy book – and unfortunately there was an overemphasis on the first of those descriptors, which […]