“My lineage is bound together in inextricable horrible truths.” – Legendborn I completely fell in love with Legendborn by Tracy Deonn. In fact, it earned a spot on my Top 20 books of 2020. I loved this story! It blended so much of what I enjoy – YA, history, magic, social issues and romance, yet […]

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Ties That Tether by Jane Igharo My rating: 4 of 5 stars “Immigrants chase success differently because we have something to prove to the people we left behind and the people who note our differences – our accent, our appearance, our religion, our culture – every day.” This sweet rom com packs a much deeper, […]

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The Brilliant Life of Eudora Honeysett by Annie Lyons My rating: 5 of 5 stars Oh my stars. This book is PRECIOUS, my friends!! I was a big, blubbery mess of tears by the time I was finished. But my heart was also nourished. If you haven’t read this one yet, I highly recommend it. […]

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I have been blessed with the ability to work with several publishing houses reading + reviewing books. Today I’m sharing my stack of January bookmail! Here’s my January Bookmail in detail: Little Wishes: For anyone who loves One Day in December and Me Before You, a sweeping love story, written with tenderness, warmth, and a generosity of spirit, […]

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Happy Friday, my friends!  I thought I’d try at little round of #fridayfavorites to help you #meetthebookstagrammer and get to know me a little more! So here are my Friday Favs for this week! Coffee:  the only thing I love as much as books is coffee!  I like it old school, I like it iced, I […]

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TLC Book Tours is celebrating the tour for A CHILD LOST by Michelle Cox with a giveaway for a $100 Amazon gift card! Head over to TLC Book Tours Instagram page for details.  Synopsis A CHILD LOST is the latest in the Henrietta and Inspector Howard series. You can even listen to the whole series on audio!  […]

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If you are curious about the love story of Nora Barnacle and James Joyce, this book may be for you. It is a no holds barred and interesting look into their lives.  Irish Novelist Naula O’Connor does a realistic job reimagining the intense + unique relationship.  While fiction, Nora reads like a memoir. It even […]

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I Found Love is from the influential and ever-growing I Am Second movement featuring a short + sweet collection of stories that is sure to encourage you! “Whatever you’re dealing with, love is what you need. If busyness has taken the place of connection and if virtual friends have replaced real ones, then these stories […]

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Oh friends. Angel of Greenwood grabbed my heart and wouldn’t let go. Reminiscent of The Invincible Summer of Juniper Jones this book is centered in a tragic historical event but is also about love + hope.This YA historical fiction novel depicts the life of two teens prior to and during the Greenwood Massacre of 1921. […]

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“The news of the world aged him more than time itself.” I finished this book over the weekend and I can’t seem to shake it.  I’ve been mulling over the relationships and choices and bond of these two unique characters, it’s incredible that you get so close to them in so short of a book.  […]

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