TCL’s #6Degrees of Separation for July 2, 2022.

From "Wintering" by Katherine May to “The Book Woman's Daughter” by Kim Michele Richardson. 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 doesn’t need to be … Continue reading TCL’s #6Degrees of Separation for July 2, 2022.

TCL’s #ThrowbackThursday and #LinkParty #29 – June 30-August 3, 2022.

What is Throwback Thursday? I've noticed several of these meme on a few book blogs. For example, Susan Loves Books does one, which is (or was originally) hosted by Renee@It’s Book Talk. I also noticed that another fellow blogger, Lorrea @ What 'Cha Readin'?, was doing this as a monthly meme for her blog. Then … Continue reading TCL’s #ThrowbackThursday and #LinkParty #29 – June 30-August 3, 2022.

#T5T – Top Five Tuesday for June 28, 2022 – Favorite Books of the year (so far).

Top Five Tuesday was originally created by Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm, but is now hosted by Meeghan @ Meeghan Reads. To participate, link your post back to Meeghan's blog or leave a comment on her weekly post. This week, Meeghan asked us to tell us our five favorite reads of the year - so … Continue reading #T5T – Top Five Tuesday for June 28, 2022 – Favorite Books of the year (so far).

#LetsDiscuss2022 & Book Blogger Hop #10 – Fact vs Fiction – #DiscussionSunday.

The question this time is the Book Blogger Hop topic for June 24-30 submitted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer, which is: As a reader, do you prefer to read fiction or non-fiction? Disclaimer: These are my personal opinions. I do not expect anyone to agree with anything here, and in fact, I'm certain that … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2022 & Book Blogger Hop #10 – Fact vs Fiction – #DiscussionSunday.

In Tangles.

Book Review for “Water Weed” by Alice Campbell. Summary: "Young Virginia Carew is making a trip to England when she encounters old friend Glenn Hillier-strangely altered from the last time they met. Glenn is besotted with a glamorous middle-aged lady, with whom he's been staying in the blissful English countryside. It isn't long before Virginia … Continue reading In Tangles.

TCL’s Shelf Control #6 – Hemming(way) and Hawing.

Shelf Control is a weekly celebration hosted by Lisa @ Bookshelf Fantasies, of the unread books on our shelves. Lisa says: "Pick a book you own but haven’t read, write a post about it (suggestions: include what it’s about, why you want to read it, and when you got it), and link up! For more … Continue reading TCL’s Shelf Control #6 – Hemming(way) and Hawing.

TCL’s #SomethingDifferentSunday – Spell the Month in Books #2!

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. But I missed that last month, and Jana didn't mind my … Continue reading TCL’s #SomethingDifferentSunday – Spell the Month in Books #2!

The Classics Club Spin #ccspin #30 pick for TCL!

Our lucky winning number for the 30th Classics Club Spin is... According to my announcement post, this means I will be reading... Demian by Hermann Hess. According to Goodreads... "In 'Demian', Hermann Hesse dramatizes the dilemma of the marked man, the outcast, the quasi-criminal hero who rejects society and strives to find a higher meaning … Continue reading The Classics Club Spin #ccspin #30 pick for TCL!

Hands Across the Waters.

Book Review for “For Those Who Are Lost” by Julia Bryan Thomas. Summary: "On the eve of the Nazi invasion of the island of Guernsey, terrified parents have a choice to make: send their children alone to England, or keep the family together and risk whatever may come to their villages. Ava and Joseph Simon … Continue reading Hands Across the Waters.

Plumes and Doom!

Book Review for “Birds of a Feather” by Jacqueline Winspear. Summary: "An eventful year has passed for Maisie Dobbs. Since starting a one-woman private investigation agency in 1929 London, she now has a professional office in Fitzroy Square and an assistant, the happy-go-lucky Billy Beale. She has proven herself as a psychologist and investigator, and … Continue reading Plumes and Doom!