Title: As Good As Dead (A Good Girl's Guide to Murder #3)Author: Holly JacksonPages: 464Buy Link: AMAZONRating: ★★★★★Synopsis: The highly anticipated, edge-of-your-seat conclusion to the addictive A Good Girl's Guide to Murder series that reads like your favorite true crime podcast or show. By the end, you'll never think the same of good girls again. … Continue reading Blog Tour Review | As Good As Dead by Holly Jackson
Gossip Girl meets One of Us Is Lying with a dash of The Secret History in this slick, taut murder mystery set against the backdrop of an exclusive prep school on Long Island.
Dear Reader, I hope your days are going well! I’ve put together a rather short list of 10 newly released books I’m excited to read. Thanks to all of your support, publishers have reached out to me, and me to them and I have acquired early copies for these books. One book on this list is a December book club pick for The Unfolded Pages book club and I’m thrilled to be reading it along with the other members. If you’re interested in joining the readalongs, feel free to click this link! Thanks so much for reading! Enjoy the post!
Title: The Chronicles of Iona: ExileAuthor: Paula De FougerollesPages: 394Buy Link: AMAZONSynopsis: “Exile”, the first novel in the historical fiction series “The Chronicles of Iona”, is the story of the two men who laid the foundations of the Scottish nation, an Irish monk, Saint Columba, and a Scottish warlord, Aedan mac Gabran. They were a … Continue reading Blog Tour Spotlight | The Chronicles of Iona: Exile by Paula De Fougerolles
Hey lovelies! I was recently approached by author Durham with a review request for his latest release Winterset Hollow and was happy to oblige! It seems really interesting and I'm excited to welcome him to the blog today to tell us all about what's in a title. I could go on about my life for … Continue reading What’s in a Title? by Jonathan Durham | Author Guest Post
First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines? Pick a book off your shelf (it could be your current read or on your TBR) and open to the first … Continue reading First Lines Friday | 24/09/2021