Beartown Getting A Hed?

Book Review for “The Winners (Beartown #3)” by Fredrik Backman. Summary: "Two years have passed since the events that no one wants to think about. Everyone has tried to move on, but there’s something about this place that prevents it. The residents continue to grapple with life’s big questions: What is a family? What is … Continue reading Beartown Getting A Hed?

… you’d be behind me.

Book Review for “Lucy by the Sea” by Elizabeth Strout. Summary: "As a panicked world goes into lockdown, Lucy Barton is uprooted from her life in Manhattan and bundled away to a small town in Maine by her ex-husband and on-again, off-again friend, William. For the next several months, it's just Lucy, William, and their … Continue reading … you’d be behind me.

TCL Joins the Classics Club Spin #ccspin #31!

To find out more about this unique reading challenge, please visit The Classics Club Blog for the rules and link-up post. After joining the previous two spins and enjoying it, I've decided to join once again! I now have a longer list than just 20 classic books that I've long wanted to read, but that … Continue reading TCL Joins the Classics Club Spin #ccspin #31!

TCL’s Shelf Control #7 – A Ghastly Trilogy.

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 #7 – A Ghastly Trilogy.

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!

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!

TCL Joins the Classics Club Spin #ccspin #30!

To find out more about this unique reading challenge, please visit The Classics Club Blog for the rules and link-up post. After joining the previous two spins and enjoying it, I've decided to join once again! I now have a longer list than just 20 classic books that I've long wanted to read, but that … Continue reading TCL Joins the Classics Club Spin #ccspin #30!

On the Prowl.

Book Review for “The Ghosts of Paris” by Tara Moss. Summary: "It's 1947. The world continues to grapple with the fallout of the Second World War, and former war reporter Billie Walker is finding her feet as an investigator. When a wealthy client hires Billie and her assistant Sam to track down her missing husband, … Continue reading On the Prowl.

A Vine Intrigue.

Book Review for “A Botanist's Guide to Parties and Poisons” by Kate Khavari. Summary: "London, 1923. Newly minted research assistant Saffron Everleigh attends a dinner party for the University College of London. While she expects to engage in conversations about the university's large expedition to the Amazon, she doesn’t expect Mrs. Henry, one of the … Continue reading A Vine Intrigue.

A Honey of a Book

Book Review for “The Book Woman's Daughter” by Kim Michele Richardson. Summary: "In the ruggedness of the beautiful Kentucky mountains, Honey Lovett has always known that the old ways can make a hard life harder. As the daughter of the famed blue-skinned, Troublesome Creek packhorse librarian, Honey and her family have been hiding from the … Continue reading A Honey of a Book