First Impression Friday is hosted by J.W. Martin. Apparently, it has a brand new theme, but this is the first one I'm joining in on, so... First Impression Friday will be a meme where you talk about a book that you JUST STARTED! Maybe you’re only a chapter or two in, maybe a little farther. Based on this … Continue reading First Impression Friday for May 17, 2019
2019 New Release Challenge Sign-up About the 2019 New Release Challenge The 2019 New Release Challenge is a year-long challenge in which the hosts aim to read books released in 2019. Lexxie (un)Conventional Bookworms and Brandee are the sole hosts of the challenge, and they are happy to have as many people to sign up … Continue reading Join the New Release Challenge for 2019
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 "The Clockmaker’s Daughter" by Kate Morton. According to Goodreads, this book is “a story of murder, mystery, and thievery; of art, love and loss. And flowing through its pages like a river, is the voice of a woman who stands outside time, whose name has been forgotten by history, but who has … Continue reading Ghostly Blues
BAM Literature is pleased to announce the release of: SLEEP, SAVANNAH, SLEEP by Alistair Cross RELEASE DATE SEPTEMBER 25, 2017 The Dead Don’t Always Rest in Peace Jason Crandall, recently widowed, is left to raise his young daughter and rebellious teenage son on his own - and the old Victorian in Shadow Springs … Continue reading Book Promotion & Excerpt: Sleep, Savannah, Sleep by Alistar Cross
Book review of "Forest Dark" by Nicole Krauss In Nicole Krauss' newest novel, she presents us with two people in parallel stories, both of whom travel to Israel from York, but these two never meet. There is Jules Epstein, a wealthy man attempting to divest himself of his money before he dies, with the aim … Continue reading Two Paths that Never Converge
Book Review of "Girl in Disguise" by Greer Macallister. Kate Warne - I'm sure that name means nothing to you. On the other hand, you may have heard of the name Pinkerton. Today that name mostly brings to mind security services, like their armored cars. However, in the mid-19th century, Allan Pinkerton started a detective … Continue reading Becoming the First
Book Review of "Today Will be Different" by Maria Semple. Eleanor is having a very difficult time right now. Her budding cross-dressing son is once again pretending to be sick to get out of school, and she really should be working on her book - her graphic memoir - but one thing leads to another … Continue reading Different? Yes, but…
Teaser Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of A Daily Rhythm. Anyone can play along! Just do the following: Grab your current read (or the next book on your reading list) Open to a random page Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure … Continue reading Teaser Tuesday for September 13, 2016
So far and yet so near… As most of my readers know, I live in Israel. Because of this, sometimes when I request advance reader copies (or ARCs) of books from sites like NetGalley, publishers sometimes decline my requests. No, this isn't antisemitism or some nasty BDS "gotcha." The reason they give is that they … Continue reading Should Regions for ARCs still be a thing?