Book Review for “Carrie Soto is Back” by Taylor Jenkins-Reid. #ad Thanks for the free book PRH International! Summary: "Carrie Soto is fierce, and her determination to win at any cost has not made her popular. But by the time she retires from tennis, she is the best player the world has ever seen. She … Continue reading Game, Set, and Matched!
Book Review for “Véronique's Journey” a Novella by Patti Flinn. Summary: "In 18th century France, the choices for a young black woman of modest means are slim. Véronique Clair loves her parents and their small home in the countryside of Burgundy but dreams of using her talent for sewing and embroidery to make her own … Continue reading #ShortStorySunday – Stitching Each Step.
According to their blog: 10 years ago today [August 1], The Classic Club Blog was born! ... To celebrate our 10 years of blogging about Classics, we want to know more about YOU. New members and old. Share a link to you blog and/or classic club list/s. Answer the 10 questions below. As always we … Continue reading TCL celebrates The Classics Club’s 10 Year Anniversary!
Book Review for “The Forty Elephants” by Erin Bledsoe. Summary: "Inspired by the true story of Alice Diamond and the Forty Elephants, the first all-female gang of London. London in the 1920s is no place for a woman with a mind of her own. Gang wars, violence, and an unforgiving world have left pickpocket Alice … Continue reading Heard of Female Thieves?
The question this time comes from Amber @ Escape Life in the Pages: What is your favorite reading format? Disclaimer: These are my personal opinions. I do not expect anyone to agree with anything here, and in fact, I'm certain that many will disagree and/or even hate many of the things I've written below. Sorry … Continue reading TCL’s #LetsDiscuss2022 #13 & #LetsTalkBookish #7 – Reading Formats – #DiscussionSunday.
Book Review for “Zorrie” by Laird Hunt. Summary: "As a girl, Zorrie Underwood’s modest and hardscrabble home county was the only constant in her young life. After losing both her parents, Zorrie moved in with her aunt, whose own death orphaned Zorrie all over again, casting her off into the perilous realities and sublime landscapes … Continue reading Ghost Girl.
TMST is a weekly meme with optional participation hosted by Jen Twimom @ That's What I'm Talking About. There isn't a check in and she doesn't have a linky (although you'll find one at the bottom of this post for #LetsDiscuss2022, that also has a giveaway raffle). She does encourage you to leave a link … Continue reading TCL’s Tell Me Something Tuesday #TMST #1 & #LetsDiscuss2022 #12 – August 16, 2022.
Short Story Review for “Signal Moon: A Short Story” by Kate Quinn. Summary: "Yorkshire, 1943. Lily Baines, a bright young debutante increasingly ground down by an endless war, has traded in her white gloves for a set of headphones. It’s her job to intercept enemy naval communications and send them to Bletchley Park for decryption. … Continue reading #ShortStorySunday – A Wireless Wormhole.
Reviews From the Stacks Last month discovered Jana and her blog Reviews from the Stacks. Jana created this fun, monthly book meme. Now, it is true that Jana runs a link party for this which takes place on the second Saturday of every month, and FINALLY, I'm doing this one on time! YEAH! I … Continue reading TCL’s Spell the Month in Books #3!
Book Review for “The Highland Hens” by Judy Leigh. Summary: "In the imposing Glen Carrick House overlooking Scotland’s famous Loch Ness, lives eighty-eight-year-old Mimi McKinlay, cared for by her three adult sons. Hamish has inherited his mother’s musical talents, Fin is the responsible brother, and Angus has the complicated and brooding personality to match his … Continue reading Laying about the Loch.