Ever since reading The Coroner's Daughter I've been in a historical mystery mood. Deanna Raybourn's Veronica Speedwell series has fit that mood very nicely. Set in 1887 London, Veronica is a woman who rejects society's ideas about how a woman should act, think, dress....pretty much everything. Along with her (very hot) companion Stoker, Veronica gets … Continue reading A Curious Beginning
Wayward Son by Rainbow Rowell is the sequel to Carry On. And if that statement has started an ear-worm of a certain Kansas song then you are not alone! Something I suspect was not a coincidence. It's appropriate considering this is a story about a road trip. A crazy, careening, out of control road trip … Continue reading Wayward Son
Hey book lovers! Just popping into your inbox to let you know that DRAGON'S PAWN is now available in hardback. It's a beautiful edition and sure to make a colorful splash on your book shelf! Follow the link below to get yours!
This book ticked most of boxes for things that I love in a story. Murder mystery? (check) Single father + precocious daughter trope? (check) Set in Regency era? (check) Regency era Ireland? (had to make a new box to check for that one!) A very sweetly portrayed slow burn romance with father's medical student? … Continue reading The Coroner’s Daughter
Not your typical beach blanket read, however, I did read it when I was in Maui and loved every word! Equal parts hilarious and heart warming, Kings of the Wyld is a treat! I've already fancast all the members of Saga for the inevitable movie. 🙂 Clay Cooper and his band were once the best … Continue reading Kings of the Wyld
Hello hardcover fans! I'm excited to tell you that THE DARK STAR is now available in hardcover! Summer reads don't get any hotter that this! 😎😈🔥 “He who captures The Dark Star and consumes her heart will be invincible…” Waking up in Hell was not the plan for the morning after Clare Tenebris’ first Revel … Continue reading The Dark Star Hardback On Sale Now!
A beach read if there ever was one, especially if you are heading to Hawai'i! I really liked Olive, she's the kind of heroine that feels real, and definitely someone I would want to hang out with! Ethan is adorable! Olive Torres is used to being the unlucky twin: from inexplicable mishaps to a recent … Continue reading The Unhoneymooners
Part two of Sali Hughes' In The Bathroom interview with Caitlin Moran is up on her YouTube page! Her make-up drawer is as messy as mine! https://youtu.be/zAy1XADWZJU Also I've finished Moran's book (yes I read very fast-it's my only super power) How to be Famous. Can I just say that it's brilliant! And it's such … Continue reading How to be Famous Part 2
It's been four years since the debut novel How to Build a Girl by Caitlin Moran came out. Those who have followed this blog for a while (all nine of you! Bless!) know what that the spectacular Moran is a personal heroine of mine. As a writer she's someone I look up to as well. … Continue reading How to Be Famous
image via Pinterest If you're like me winter days call for a cup of tea, warm cozies and and big old stack of books, in your TBR pile! At the top of my stack are all the new Holiday Anthologies! Go check out these suggestions at Goodreads & Amazon. If you're in the mood … Continue reading December Bookworm