2022 Reading Challenge

2022 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 5 books toward her goal of 260 books.
hide

Book Spotlight: 2020 Injection by Ashley McCoury

About the Book

A new world order has come.

Society as we know it is no longer.

Color and gender do not exist.

Now we are equal. We are all the same.

But how did we get here? Continue reading Book Spotlight: 2020 Injection by Ashley McCoury

Book Review: The Monsters We Defy by Leslye Penelope

About the Book

“Never make a deal with shadows at night, especially ones that know your name.”

Washington D. C., 1925: Clara Johnson can talk to spirits—a gift that saved her during her darkest moments, now a curse that’s left her indebted to the cunning spirit world. So when a powerful spirit offers her an opportunity to gain her freedom, Clara seizes the chance, no questions asked. The task: steal a magical ring from the wealthiest woman in the District. Continue reading Book Review: The Monsters We Defy by Leslye Penelope

Book Review: Back to the Garden by Laurie R. King

About the Book

A magnificent house, vast formal gardens, a golden family that shaped California, and a colorful past filled with now-famous artists: the Gardener Estate was a twentieth-century Eden.

And now, just as the Estate is preparing to move into a new future, restoration work on some of its art digs up a grim relic of the home’s past: a human skull, hidden away for decades. Continue reading Book Review: Back to the Garden by Laurie R. King

Book Review: The Rule of Three by E.G. Scott

About the Book

Once a week, three women get together for book club in Kingsland, a private, gated community full of neighbors looking to do their business away from prying eyes. On the same night, their husbands meet up to play poker, where much more is being planned than anyone could guess. Continue reading Book Review: The Rule of Three by E.G. Scott

Excerpt: The Witches of Moonshyne Manor by Bianca Marais

About the Book

Five octogenarian witches gather as an angry mob threatens to demolish Moonshyne Manor. All eyes turn to the witch in charge, Queenie, who confesses they’ve fallen far behind on their mortgage payments. Still, there’s hope, since the imminent return of Ruby—one of the sisterhood who’s been gone for thirty-three years—will surely be their salvation. Continue reading Excerpt: The Witches of Moonshyne Manor by Bianca Marais