Book Review: When Two Feathers Fell from the Sky” by Margaret Verble

"When Two Feathers Fell From the Sky" is an excellent historical fiction novel. Set in the Nashville area in the 1920s, it tells the story of Two Feathers, a young performer, and her time working at Glendale Park. From a historical perspective, the author shares a lot about what life was like in that time … Continue reading Book Review: When Two Feathers Fell from the Sky” by Margaret Verble

Book Review: Danger at the Cove by Hannah Dennison

I was excited to receive a review copy of "Danger at the Cove", book two in the new Island Sisters series. I absolutely adored the first book, and was eager to read this second one. In this installment, Evie and Margo are preparing for their upcoming open house and grand opening. Since nothing can ever … Continue reading Book Review: Danger at the Cove by Hannah Dennison

Book Review: The Nature of Small Birds by Susie Finkbeiner

I first discovered author Susie Finkbeiner when I read "Stories That Bind Us". I loved it so much that I snatched up a copy of "The Nature of Small Birds" as soon as it became available without even reading the blurb, and I'm SO glad I did. This book is every bit as amazing, detailed, … Continue reading Book Review: The Nature of Small Birds by Susie Finkbeiner

A Glimmer of a Clue by Daryl Wood Gerber

I was thrilled to have the opportunity to read and review “A Glimmer of a Clue”, the second book in Daryl Wood Gerber’s “Fairy Garden Mystery” series. I have to say that I loved everything about it….this installment definitely lived up to the high standards set by book 1, and I eagerly await the next … Continue reading A Glimmer of a Clue by Daryl Wood Gerber

Under the Blood Tree by P.J. Grondin

I enjoyed reading "Under the Blood Tree", a suspense novel by P.J. Grondin. First, the characters were very well-written. All of the major characters had very clear, unique personalities, and it was easy to keep everyone straight. I enjoyed "meeting" them as children during the back story part of the book, them comparing those early … Continue reading Under the Blood Tree by P.J. Grondin

Book Review: “The Very Nice Box” by Laura Blackett and Eve Gleichman

"The Very Nice Box" tells the story of Ava, a woman dealing with significant grief who works as an engineer at an IKEA-like company (STADA). First off, Ava's character is incredibly well-drawn and detailed. The reader will gradually get to know her as the story progresses…everything from her back story to her current life to … Continue reading Book Review: “The Very Nice Box” by Laura Blackett and Eve Gleichman

Book Review: Juggling Kittens by Matt Coleman

I was thrilled to be selected as a reviewer for "Juggling Kittens" by Pandamoon Publishing. I probably would not have discovered this book (and author) otherwise, and that would have been a shame. The author has a true gift for combining his life experiences with fictional situations in a highly compelling storytelling style. Drawing on … Continue reading Book Review: Juggling Kittens by Matt Coleman