Book Review, Fiction, Review, Women's Fiction

Book Review: ‘Emmy Nation, Undercover Suffragette’, by L. Davis Munro

About the author: L. Davis Munro holds a master’s degree with a focus on women’s suffrage theatre and works in theatre and dance. She currently lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, with her husband and her dog.. About the book: Being an independent woman in 1913 London is certainly empowering, but Emmy Nation is tired of… Read More Book Review: ‘Emmy Nation, Undercover Suffragette’, by L. Davis Munro

Book Review, Fiction, Review, Women's Fiction

Book Review: ‘Multiple Listings’, by Tracy McMillan

About the author: From the author’s website: “I’m from Minneapolis. I had a really dramatic childhood involving foster care, prison visits and multiple moms that gave me lots of opportunity to interface with some of the darker aspects of human nature. People ask me how I survived and I think it comes down to 1)… Read More Book Review: ‘Multiple Listings’, by Tracy McMillan

Book Review, Drama, Fiction, Paranormal, Romance, Women's Fiction

Book Review: ‘Imaginary Things’ by Andrea Lochen

Remember that one thing that fascinated you when you were a child? Dinosaurs, fairies, angels, princesses? How awesome would it be to seen something like that? Twenty-two year old single mother Anna Jennings didn’t have a fascination with dinosaurs, but her four year-old son David does. But his powerful imagination envelops his mother in a… Read More Book Review: ‘Imaginary Things’ by Andrea Lochen

Book Review, Books, Comedy, Fantasy, Fiction, Mystery, Paranormal, Review, Thriller, Women's Fiction, Young Adult

Winter Reading: Book Review Round-Up

Each Saturday of the month, this space is given to someone else whose content overlaps mine, be it Borna’s Monthly Book Review, Maeve’s Monthly Movie Review, or a X-Files review courtesy of The M0vie Blog or Apt. 42. But once in awhile a month comes by featuring a fifth Saturday, leaving me wondering what in… Read More Winter Reading: Book Review Round-Up

Book Review, Fiction, Review, Women's Fiction

Book Review: ‘The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend’, by Katarina Bivald

About the author: Katarina Bivald grew up working part-time in a bookshop. Today she lives outside of Stockholm, Sweden, with her sister and as many bookshelves she can get by her. She’s currently trying to persuade her sister that having a shelf for winter jackets and shoes is completely unnecessary. There should be enough space… Read More Book Review: ‘The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend’, by Katarina Bivald

Book Recommendation, Books, Comedy, Fiction, Women's Fiction

Book Recommendation: ‘Leftovers’, by Stella Newman

Happy Sunday! As you ready yourself for another great week, are you wondering what book to take along with you on your commute? Take a peek at this week’s recommended commute companion! ‘Leftovers’, by Stella Newman Review here. Purchase here. Author website here. Synopsis: According to a magazine, Susie is a ‘Leftover’ – a post… Read More Book Recommendation: ‘Leftovers’, by Stella Newman

Book Review, Fiction, Review, Women's Fiction

Book Review: ‘The Thread That Binds’ by Alice Hayes

About the author: Originally from Winchester, England, Alice’s plans to read law at a British university were disrupted when she fell deeply in love with Georgia, USA, while studying abroad. After moving all over Georgia, Alice has finally settled in Athens and has no plans to go anywhere else. She is a single mother to… Read More Book Review: ‘The Thread That Binds’ by Alice Hayes

Book Review, Fiction, Women's Fiction

Book Review: ‘Life is Sweet’ by Elizabeth Bass

What defines a normal life? Definitions vary, but if one had to take a guess, living in the limelight as the teenage star of a hit ’90s sitcom does not fit any of them. In Elizabeth Bass’s novel Life is Sweet, Rebecca Hudson had had enough of being in the limelight; so she threw a… Read More Book Review: ‘Life is Sweet’ by Elizabeth Bass

Book Review, Drama, Fiction, Romance, Women's Fiction

Book Review: ‘If You Only Knew’, by Kristan Higgins

About the author: Kristan Higgins is the bestselling author of more than a dozen novels and a two-time winner of the Romance Writers of America RITA Award. Her books have been translated into more than twenty languages. Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, National Public Radio, Library Journal, iBooks and Amazon have named Kristan’s books to their best… Read More Book Review: ‘If You Only Knew’, by Kristan Higgins

Book Review, Fiction, Romance, Women's Fiction

Book Review: ‘The Sisters Club’, by Lauren Baratz-Logsted

About the author: Lauren Baratz-Logsted is the author of over 25 books for adults, teens (including The Twin’s Daughter and Little Women and Me), and children (The Sisters 8, a nine-book series she created with her husband and daughter). Before becoming an author, Lauren was an independent bookseller, freelance editor, Publishers Weekly reviewer, sort-of librarian,… Read More Book Review: ‘The Sisters Club’, by Lauren Baratz-Logsted