2022 Reading Challenge

2022 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 5 books toward her goal of 260 books.
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Excerpt: Miss Del Rio by Barbara Mujica

About the Book

She was known as the most beautiful woman in the world, but Dolores del Río was more than a pretty face. Continue reading Excerpt: Miss Del Rio by Barbara Mujica

Book Review: Catch Your Death by Lissa Marie Redmond

About the Book

When Cold Case Detective Lauren Riley’s partner, Shane Reese, runs into an old friend, he’s invited to a school reunion at a new luxury spa and resort. Lauren’s also invited and it sounds like a perfect weekend getaway, except it brings up painful memories for Reese – like the unsolved murder of his high school friend Jessica Toakese seventeen years earlier. Continue reading Book Review: Catch Your Death by Lissa Marie Redmond

Book Review: Long Gone by Joanna Schaffhausen

About the Book

Chicago detective Annalisa Vega shattered her life, personally and professionally, when she turned in her ex-cop father for his role in a murder. Her family can’t forgive her. Her fellow officers no longer trust her. So when detective Leo Hammond turns up dead in a bizarre murder, Annalisa thinks she has nothing to lose by investigating whatever secrets he hid behind the thin blue line. Continue reading Book Review: Long Gone by Joanna Schaffhausen

Guest Post: The Journaling and Yoga Connection by Kimberly Garrett Brown, Author of Cora’s Kitchen

The Guest Post: The Journaling and Yoga connection

I have always been drawn to yoga as an antidote to my busy life. When the flurry of activities surrounding the release of my debut novel, Cora’s Kitchen, began, I thought a regular practice would help me work all the preparations for the book launch. I signed up to be certified as a yoga instructor. I figured if I knew how to teach yoga, I would be able to internalize the relaxing music, plants, soft colors, and candles I found in my favorite yoga studio. Also, if I’m honest, I hoped it would give me a legitimate reason to wear yoga pants all the time. Continue reading Guest Post: The Journaling and Yoga Connection by Kimberly Garrett Brown, Author of Cora’s Kitchen

Book Review: Crossing the Witchline by T.L. Brown

About the Book

Ever since Lucie Bellerose returned to the Empire, she’s lived amid chaos. Now, three months after a devastating battle in the Walled Zone, she’s desperate to get into the Above to find her lost magic man. With her best friend still missing and her membership at the Congress of Empire Witches suspended, Lucie’s on her own. Continue reading Book Review: Crossing the Witchline by T.L. Brown