From “Redhead by the Side of the Road” by Anne Tyler to “Uncommon Type: Stories” by Tom Hanks. This is a monthly link-up hosted by Kate at Books Are My Favourite and Best. Each month a book is chosen as a starting point and linked to six other books to form a chain. A book … Continue reading TCL’s #6Degrees of Separation for February 6, 2021.
This article was inspired by the Let's Talk Bookish topic hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books and Dani @ Literary Lion (and a special thank you to them for making me this new, blue graphic at my specific request. Ain't it pretty? What could I do? I'm just not into green, yellow, or pink), for … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 #22 – Older vs Newer Books – Let’s Talk Bookish #3 – #DiscussionSunday.
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!
This article was inspired by the Let's Talk Bookish topic hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books and Dani @ Literary Lion, for the week October 2-9, which is: SHOULD YOU REVIEW A SEQUEL WITHOUT READING THE FIRST BOOK? "When selecting ARCs do you ever choose sequels where you haven’t read the first book in a … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 #19 – Reviewing Sequels Out of Order – Let’s Talk Bookish #2.
Book Review for “A Curious Beginning: A Veronica Speedwell Mystery” by Deanna Raybourn At the age of only five and twenty, Veronica Speedwell is now not only orphaned, but also without any guardians, as now both her spinster aunts have died. With an aim to start a new life where she can hunt butterflies across … Continue reading Or… a Questionable Closure?
Book Review for “The War Widow” by Tara Moss. Billie Walker (that's Ms. Walker, if you please) is just starting out in her Sydney Australia private inquiry business, which she inherited from her father, who died near the end of WWII. But the war is over now, and women are expected to leave their jobs, … Continue reading Billie Walker Begins.
I recently got the following email from my friend, author Jacey Bedford, which I had to share with my readers: Book Three of Jacey Bedford's Rowankind Trilogy Will be Here Soon! Penguin Random House just sent me a very nice email to ask me if I wanted to pre-order my own book! Though ROWANKIND isn't … Continue reading Available NOW Book 3 of Jacey Bedford’s Rowankind!
Book Review of "Murder in Belgravia" by Lynn Brittany. This novel is the first in an upcoming series of “Mayfair 100” murder mysteries, which takes place amid the Great War (i.e., WW1), where two civilian women join with police officers to make up a special team, tasked with investigating crimes involving women. On Goodreads, the … Continue reading These Books May Fare Well
Book Review of "Winter Sisters" by Robin Oliveira. When a blizzard of epic proportions hits the northeast of America in January 1879, creating both havoc and devastation for the city of Albany, New York, one part of the damage is the disappearance of the young sisters Emma and Claire O’Donnell. After finding the bodies of … Continue reading Chilling Childhood
Many years ago, I met Jacey Bedford through the "usenet" group misc.writing - back in late 20th century, when we were young (read more about that here), and Jacey was only an aspiring author! But look at her today - she's published five books! Although I don't read the genre she writes in, I am … Continue reading Guest Author Post: Jacey Bedford and her Psi-Tech Universe Trilogy