Book Review for “The Girl in White Gloves” by Kerri Maher. Grace Kelly was a young woman on the rise in Hollywood, already with an Oscar award, when she met Rainier, the Prince of Monaco, which led her on a path she never would have scripted for herself. It is a Cinderella, fairy-tale story with … Continue reading The Highest of Serene Societies.
This tag was created by Girl Reading, and it’s some quick bookish questions, and their quick bookish answers. While I wasn’t tagged directly, I am taking advantage of the open invitation extended by Christine at Purple Manatees, which I found via Leah's Book Reviews and Recipes. Here we go! E-Book or Physical Book? Both – … Continue reading TCL’s Rapid Fire Book Tag.
Book Review for “The Lost Diary of M” by Paul Wolfe. This book is written as if it is the diary of Mary Pinchot, an American painter who was murdered October 12, 1964, shot twice at close range, and whose death remains an unsolved mystery to this day. What makes her murder so significant is … Continue reading A Sheepishly Pseudo Autobiography.
You might not know Author Carrie Callaghan, but she's an up-and-coming you'll not want to miss. Find out more about her through my #CountdownQuestions with her.
So, I’ve been blogging for quite some time now, and I follow hundreds of book blogs – literally, hundreds. But there’s something I’ve always wanted to know. Why do some blogs not have “like” buttons for their posts? I mean, having a “like” button is very convenient for me. It means I can visit someone’s … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 – Why Won’t You Let Me Like You? – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #2.
Book Review for “The Dreams of Bethany Mellmoth” by William Boyd. This is actually a collection of seven short stories plus two that are novella length – the first of those is the titular story, and the other one is “The Vanishing Game: An Adventure…” The short stories included here are: The Man Who Liked … Continue reading The Ironic Wit of William.
Rachel Joyce answered my five, fast, and fun questions for anther alternative author interview!
Book Review for “Take Nothing with You” by Patrick Gale. According to the back of this book, “Eustace, an only child, is leading a strange existence in a houseful of elderly adults. His life changes dramatically with the arrival of Carla Gold, his cello teacher, who casts a heady spell over everyone, including his mother. … Continue reading Tempo of Progression.
Book review for "Salt the Snow" by Carrie Callagahan.
Seen now on Brona’s Books and ANZ LitLovers LitBlog, I saw this fun tag on Veronica @ The Burgeoning Book Shelf who found it on Theresa Smith Writes and Claire's Reads and Reviews! Well, I too thought it would be fun to join in (but it is harder than I thought it would be). Also, I … Continue reading TCL’s Life According to Literature Tag.