An eerie Scottish murder mystery (DI Westphall 3) Continue reading The Art of Dying by Douglas Lindsay
100 Mouth-Watering Recipes for Time-Crunched Vegans
Continue reading Fast & Easy Vegan Cookbook by Douglas Lindsay
Step inside the world of a young girl who suffered the most heinous acts imaginable. And survived.
This is her life. This is her story… Continue reading I AM Elle by Ditter Kellen
“What did I love about this book? Ev. Er-Y. Thing. In terms of pacing, this is the fastest moving page-turner I’ve read in a long, long time…” – litwitwinedine.com Continue reading My Thoughts on Deserve to Die by Miranda Rijks
“The plot is graphic and unapologetic….a novel for those who really have the stomach,” Readers’ Favorite.
Continue reading A Predator and a Psychopath by Jay Kerk
The latest on my TBR list – join the REVIEWATHON with Netgalley and get reading! Continue reading Have you read….
“Seriously, amazingly, awesomely brilliant . . . speculative fiction mixed up with a mind-bendingly twisty psycho thriller! I devoured it.”—C. J. Tudor, author of The Chalk Man Continue reading The Perfect Wife by JP Delaney
Description Boss Up! will help you put your business on the map and the ideas you’ve previously only dreamed about into the marketplace. It will help you overcome your fears and guilt to find a fulfillment that changes you and your … Continue reading Boss Up!: This Ain’t Your Mama’s Business Book by Lindsay Teague Moreno
How to Reclaim Your Power Over Emotional Overload, Maintain Boundaries, and Live Your Best Life Continue reading I Don’t Want to Be an Empath Anymore by Ora North
“…a terrifying tale of the supernatural. The Meadows is another great offering by London Clarke, full of suspense and terror. Once I started to read, I couldn’t put the book down.” –Readers’ Favorite Continue reading Whickering Place by London Clarke
The new tenants have a terrible secret. So do the landlord and his daughter… Continue reading Gretchen by Shannon Kirk – #BOOKREVIEW
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Instructions and templates for all designs are included, along with personal embroidery tips and expert advice from the author. Continue reading Embroidered Kitchen Garden Vegetable, Herb & Flower Motifs to Stitch & Savor by Kazuko Aoki
Keep crafty children of all ages entertained and inspired for hours with Fiona Hayes’ 100 Things to Recycle and Make. #REVIEWATHON #BOOKREVIEW #crafty #DIY @netgalley Continue reading 100 Things to Recycle and Make by Fiona Hayes – Great for Kids
Description Revised Edition, with a new foreword by Sean Brock. From springhouse to smokehouse, from hearth to garden, Southern Appalachian foodways are celebrated afresh in this newly revised edition of The Foxfire Book of Appalachian Cookery. First published in 1984—one of … Continue reading The Foxfire Book of Appalachian Cookery by Edited by T. J. Smith #BOOKREVIEW #REVIEWATHON @netgalley
Description Jake Buchannan knows the woman sitting next to him on his business flight to Denver—he just can’t figure out how he knows her. Clara Stowe isn’t in Jake’s line of work and didn’t go to college with him. They … Continue reading The Girl in 2A by Carter Wilson
“Authentic, disturbing and unbearably tense, Hideaway will leave you reeling.” –Shari Lapena, #1 internationally bestselling author of The Couple Next Door Continue reading Hideaway by Nicole Lundrigan – #BOOKREVIEW #AMREADING
“Marty Michaels is a hero for our times – complex, flawed and trapped in a nail-biting fight for his life.”
It’s the perfect amount of mystery, crime, and depravity with lovable and detestable characters wrapped into one book.
Even if you’re not an event planner, you’ll love the ideas in this fantastically colorful book.
“Will make you miss your bedtime, guaranteed.” – Bestselling author Kimberly Belle
SOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE
In a quest for a simpler life, Helen and Nate have abandoned the comforts of suburbia to take up residence on forty-four acres of rural land where they will begin the ultimate, aspirational do-it-yourself project – building the house of their dreams.
“This gem of a historical from Richardson (The Sisters of Glass Ferry) features an indomitable heroine navigating a community steeped in racial intolerance. In 1936, 19-year-old Cussy Mary Carter works for the New Deal–funded Pack Horse Library Project, delivering reading material to the rural people of Kentucky…Readers will adore the memorable Cussy and appreciate Richardson’s fine rendering of rural Kentucky life.” –Publishers Weekly
Witches of New Orleans, Book 3
Now, on the longest night of the year, the streets of New Orleans will become a battleground as Alice and the few she can trust engage in a war amid the final days of magic. But the revelations that lie ahead may be too dark to escape.
This book strayed a little further into darkness than some of the others that I’ve picked up recently. After all, the devil is involved and once you’ve made a deal with him, it’s not so easy to renege on it.
“Put my Life on Hold Until I finished it!”
“Fabulously fast paced, this psychological thriller has you gripped from the first page.”