Netgalley

16 Jul 19
Mani's Book Corner

The Binding by Bridget Collins Format: eBook (eARC Source: Publishers via NetGalley Publisher: HarperCollins UK, The Borough Press Genres: Fiction, Historical Fantasy Publication Date: 10th January 2019 Synopsis/Blurb (taken from Goodreads): “In the tradition of Sarah Waters, Helene Wecker, and Jessie Burton, an atmospheric and mystery-laden historical novel set within a magical world where books are […]

16 Jul 19
Confessions of a Serial Reader

Rise of the Dragon Moon by Gabrielle K. Byrne Publication Date: August 6, 2019 Summary from NetGalley: The princess of a frozen queendom fights to free her mother from the clutches of terrifying dragons in Rise of the Dragon Moon, a middle grade fantasy debut from Gabrielle K. Byrne. Princess Toli may be heir to the […]

16 Jul 19
The Bookish Beagle

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews that I treat more like a whenever I want meme LOL. This is a mixture of quite a few different sales, and some birthday money/gift cards, and some great library/e-arc pick ups! I am a lucky bookworm. Purchased: Technically, You Started It by Lana Wood Johnson […]

16 Jul 19
Grace J Reviewerlady

“What a read! Gripping and attention grabbing and gobsmackingly good!”

16 Jul 19
Book After Book

Publication: 2nd July 2019 – Sphere ‘Ms. Sandberg was right about something. We had to lean in. It was the only way to hear the whispers…’ Sloane, Ardie, Grace and Rosalita have worked in the same legal office for years. The sudden death of the firm’s CEO means their boss, Ames, will likely take over the […]

16 Jul 19
Women in Trouble Book Blog

Lost You is a solid thriller with some inventive twists I didn’t see coming.

16 Jul 19
Time Enough for Books

3.5 Stars It took me about 60-70 pages to get into this, but once I did I thoroughly enjoyed this heartfelt contemporary novel. What I thought would be a cute and quirky romance turned into a novel about rediscovering oneself, friendship, and trust. I loved the slow burn of the romance, especially because Tiffy had […]

16 Jul 19
Once Upon A Time Book Blog

Today I am thrilled to be one of the blogger’s kicking off the blog tour for Helen Phifer’s crime thriller, The Girl in the Grave published by Bookouture. Happy publication day Helen!

16 Jul 19
A Little Haze Book Blog

Blurb A powerful and timely story of marriage, class, race and the pursuit of the American Dream. Behold the Dreamers is a dazzling debut novel about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness – and of what we’re prepared to sacrifice to hold on to each of them. ‘We all do what we gotta do […]

16 Jul 19
The Biblioholic Diaries

I have been busy with a lot of things, and I have totally neglected the ever-growing TBR on my Goodreads and even in my NetGalley account. I joined this challenge, and I’m aiming for the Silver level (30 books), or near Gold level (50 books), so I could realistically make a dent on my lists. […]

16 Jul 19
By Hook Or By Book

Thanks to NetGalley and G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books For Young Readers, for providing an eBook in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: Available Now 218 Pages Synopsis: Bestselling adult author of The Bear and the Nightingale, makes her middle grade debut with a creepy, spellbinding ghost story destined to become a classic.  After suffering […]

16 Jul 19
Books & Beauty Are My Bag

From the ARC-ives is a feature I created to challenge myself to catch up (sort of) with my past-due ARCs. I threw down in October of last year hoping to read two past-due ARCs a month to total 24 for the year. So…here we are nine months in and this is my second From the […]

16 Jul 19
Jen Med's Book Reviews

Today I hand the blog back to Mandie who has a review of the brand new thriller from Helen Phifer, The Girl In The Grave. This is book one in the Beth Adams series, and our thanks go to Noelle Holten of Bookouture for including us in the tour. Here’s what the book is all […]

16 Jul 19
Plucked from the Stacks

Nina Fleet thought moving into her dream home in the tiny town of Cymbeline, Georgia would make for a quiet life. And then the guy in the penguin costume showed up on her front porch. Soon, she’s caught up in a tug-of-war with the penguin, otherwise known as Harry Westcott, who insists his great-aunt intended […]