Book Review: Something Worth Doing

I've never considered myself a feminist. I was raised in a conservative household, and never questioned women's traditional roles. As an adult, I still believes there's honor to be found in the domestic arts. But when I married, I kept my maiden name. I'm not a good cook, so my husband does most of our... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Enemies of Doves

Happy Monday, y'all! I'm bringing yet another fantastic book rec from the lovley folks at Lone Star Lit Tours, Enemies of Doves by Shanessa Gluhm.  For the record, I absolutely love receiving books in the mail. As an author, I am fully aware of all that my fellow authors sacrifice to send physical copies to... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Landing in My Present

Welcome back, everyone! It's been a few weeks since my last bookish post. LSBBT took a mini-break. I've also been scrambling to get my four-year-old ready for PreK (and battling mild freak-outs.) My birthday also passed this month, the eighth birthday I've spent without my grandma. You see, I was born on her birthday, and... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Key to Everything

Once upon a time, people took other people's word at face value. They genuinely sought to help their fellow neighbor out. Now we might call those people too trusting, and maybe they were? Surely there's always been ugliness in this world. This much stands as true today as it was in the Southern U.S., at... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Blue Skies by Anne Bustard

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 →

Book Review: Out of the Embers by Amanda Cabot

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?

Book Review: Cherokee America by Margaret Verble

Hey everyone! While I normally post book reviews on my book blog, SilverWoodSketches, I've decided to move over bookish posts here instead. All thanks to Google's recent cutbacks, and the fact I'm book blogging a lot less this year. Why? Because while last year I wanted to reconnect with the current Indie world and meet... Continue Reading →

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