Category: Book Discussions
Book cover reveal of Anca Antoci’s latest novel, Midsummer Night’s Curse.
The Pumpkin Spice Cafe is all fallish, pumpkin spice drinks, and grumpy versus Sunshine. If you are a fan of Gilmore Girls, go for it.
The Whistlers in the Dark is an innocent yet hopeful take on worldly things through the eyes of young children, which is exactly what a middle-grade novel should be.
Scareground with its sinister and haunted theme, it had my interest from page one. I would love to continue reading more about Nancy and her adventures.
A short list of all the books I read in the month of August.
If you are in for a book with a mystery filled with morally grey characters and their lives rather than the thriller aspects, go for Good Bad Girl.
A mid-week reading update on 23 August 2023.
I enjoyed reading Norah’s Ark. It had innocence and optimism, something the world needs all too much these days.
Mr. Wrong Number has chemistry, humor, and a naïve innocence that we usually see in the romantic comedies from the 90s.
Secretly Yours is a fun romantic comedy that you can read just for the fun of it. A small-town romance between two opposites with a bit of wine tasting sounds like a promising setup.