Category: 2019

Bookbugworld’s Top 5 books of 2019

Dear Bookbugs,     It’s a new decade and as bookbugs we all hope to read more and better books. And yes like any book blogger, I want to feature the books that I enjoyed...

Christmas at Frozen Falls | By Kiley Dunbar 2

Christmas at Frozen Falls | By Kiley Dunbar

I received an e-ARC from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. (True story : I forgot to download the book and ended up buying it because I couldn’t resist the beautiful cover. ) My...

Christmas Shopaholic | By Sophie Kinsella 0

Christmas Shopaholic | By Sophie Kinsella

My thoughts   Narrative and Plot     Christmas Shopaholic is the ninth book of the Shopaholic series. The entire series is told from Becky’s point of view. She is a vivacious and lovable shopaholic....

A Wedding in December | By Sarah Morgan 0

A Wedding in December | By Sarah Morgan

My thoughts   Narrative and Plot     A Wedding in December is your warm and cozy holiday read for 2019. But it is not just some fluffy holiday plot. Told from the perspective of...

The Devil’s Apprentice | By Kenneth B Anderson 0

The Devil’s Apprentice | By Kenneth B Anderson

I received an e-copy of the book from @TheWriteReads for the #UltimateBlogTour       My thoughts     Narrative and Plot One of the most important things about Fantasy books, is the world building,...

Twice in a Blue Moon | By Christina Lauren 0

Twice in a Blue Moon | By Christina Lauren

      My thoughts   Narrative and Plot     Twice in a Blue Moon is definitely an engaging read if you’re into the women’s fiction genre. This is definitely not your magical romantic...

Hazel and Holly | By Sara C Snider 0

Hazel and Holly | By Sara C Snider

I received an eARC of Hazel and Holly from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts   Narrative and Plot Hazel and Holly has a light tone in the narrative despite the topic...

Well Met | By Jen Deluca 0

Well Met | By Jen Deluca

My thoughts   Narrative and Plot     They say don’t judge a book by it’s cover. Well whoever said that, might not be familiar with the illustrated cover era. If you judge by its...