It's time for another dazzling five-star review, y'all. Trust me when I say I do not adore every book I read. What I have become quite proficient at, over the years instead, is when to say no. I say no to books I don't think I have the chance to love or appreciate. I always... Continue Reading →
If you grew up reading and watching Little House On the Prairie. If you love wholesome historical romances featuring strong female characters like Little Women. If you love the #histfic works of Francine Rivers and Liz Curtis Higgs. Are you catching my drift yet?
I wasn't sure how I felt about Coded for Murder until midway through. Some books are like that, drawing you closer and closer until releasing snippets of brilliance.
Sometimes a good book carries you right where you didn't know you should be going. It's ironic, the journeys we can take alongside our characters. I savored Rio Ruidoso, over the past month, while also dealing with some real life struggles. As I've been forced to regroup and double down in my work, I craved... Continue Reading →
While my #writinglife has taken a bit of detour this year, I’m excited to share my favorite read of 2020 so far! I know, I know, you’re probably thinking, what about the other ten and half months of the year? To which I would reply, “I’m old enough, and have been around this business long enough to simply know what’s golden.” And let me tell you, Finding Esme is a diamond in the rough.
Howdy fellow western fans! I hope you’re in the mood for some gorgeous cowboys and feisty heroines, because Lone Star Book Blog Tours is here to deliver. 😉 Some of my first adult reads were historical romances. Ever since, this genre has been near and dear to my heart. Which is why I wanted to help LSBBT and author Linda Broday spread the word about The Mail Order Bride’s Secret. We have all kinds of fun for you, including an epic giveaway. Keep reading for a very special guest feature from Linda!
Why isn't it enough when we do finally get the right job, house, family, etc.? What are we truly searching for? Is it self-revelation, or something deeper and beyond ourselves? Author and Entrepreneur, Dena Jensen, seeks to answer these questions and more in her debut, Road to Hope.
From the moment I saw the hog beneath the title on the cover, I knew I had to read this book. Because I, too, grew up checking on hog tracks and waking the next day to the devastation they could wreak on your yard.
As a big-city to rural roots transplant myself, I loved the premise of Spent Identity. Before I share my review of Marlene M. Bell's sequel to Stolen Obsession, a little info about the book!
Were they bad men? Did they mean for anyone to get caught in the cross-fires? And most compelling, what happened to their mysterious blonde accomplice? Tui Snider attempts to answer this and more as she describes the events surrounding the Santa Claus Bank Robbery with well-researched facts and eye-witness accounts.