Book Review for “The Berlin Girl” by Mandy Robotham. Summary: “Berlin, 1938: It’s the height of summer, and Germany is on the brink of war. When fledgling reporter Georgie Young is posted to Berlin, alongside fellow Londoner Max Spender, she knows they are entering the eye of the storm. Arriving to a city swathed in … Continue reading Postcards from the Precipice.
Month: October 2020
More Fried Green Tomatoes? Yes, Please!
Book Review for “The Wonder Boy of Whistle Stop” by Fannie Flagg. Summary: “Bud Threadgoode grew up in the bustling little railroad town of Whistle Stop, Alabama, with his mother Ruth, church going and proper, and his Aunt Idgie, the fun-loving hell-raiser. Together they ran the town's popular Whistle Stop Cafe, known far and wide … Continue reading More Fried Green Tomatoes? Yes, Please!
#LetsDiscuss2020 #20 – Non-Human Narrators – #DiscussionSunday.
Sometimes authors like to get very creative, and do things that are innovative, even if they might not agree with the sensibilities of all of their readers. One of the things that I have a problem with is non-human characters narrating novels. Hence my question for this post ... Non-Human Narrators: Interesting or Annoying? Disclaimer: … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 #20 – Non-Human Narrators – #DiscussionSunday.
TCL’s Books I Want to Read Tag.
I was just wandering around my emails a bit ago, and found that Kelsey @ There’s Something About KM tagged me in her post with her answers to this tag. Well, I’m not one to avoid a challenge, but I’m afraid it has taken me a bit of time to publish this, as my blog … Continue reading TCL’s Books I Want to Read Tag.
A Little Dobbs Will Do You!
Book Review for “Maisie Dobbs” (Maisie Dobbs Mystery #1) by Jacqueline Winspear. Summary: “Maisie Dobbs, Psychologist and Investigator, began her working life at the age of thirteen as a servant in a Belgravia mansion, only to be discovered reading in the library by her employer, Lady Rowan Compton. Fearing dismissal, Maisie is shocked when she … Continue reading A Little Dobbs Will Do You!
Marching towards History.
Book Review for “Stories from Suffragette City” edited by Fiona Davis and M.J. Rose. Summary: “[This] is a collection of short stories that all take place on a single day: October 23, 1915. It’s the day when tens of thousands of women marched up Fifth Avenue, demanding the right to vote in New York City. … Continue reading Marching towards History.
Un Assez Bon Repas!
Book Review for “The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux” by Samantha Vérant. Summary: Summary: “French-born American chef Sophie Valroux had one dream: to be part of the 1% of female chefs running a Michelin-starred restaurant. From spending summers with her grandmother, who taught her the power of cooking and food, to attending the Culinary … Continue reading Un Assez Bon Repas!
RARE SALE: “The Girl in White Gloves” by Kerri Maher only $1.99!
Special Sale for “The Girl in White Gloves” by Kerri Maher. A life in snapshots… Grace knows what people see. She’s the Cinderella story. An icon of glamor and elegance frozen in dazzling Technicolor. The picture of perfection. The girl in white gloves.A woman in living color… But behind the lens, beyond the panoramic views … Continue reading RARE SALE: “The Girl in White Gloves” by Kerri Maher only $1.99!
Top Ten Tuesday for October 13, 2020 – LONG Book Titles.
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. The rules are simple: Each Tuesday, Jana assigns … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday for October 13, 2020 – LONG Book Titles.
Living in a White Elephant.
Book Review for “A House in the Country” by Ruth Adam. Summary: “Six friends have spent the dark, deprived years of World War II fantasizing – in air raid shelters and food queues – about an idyllic life in a massive country house. With the coming of peace, they seize on a seductive newspaper ad … Continue reading Living in a White Elephant.
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