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Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Clearing off my "TO REVIEW" shelf: 2019 Edition

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Welcome back to the FINAL POST of 2019!  What?  You thought the BOOK BIRTHDAY review was my last one of the year?  Okay, well in all fairness, I DID say it might be, but I had designs of trying to get LAST last post of the year together and BOOM, here it is.  

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Now a lot of fellow bloggers are doing year end BEST OF posts, which I totally applaud, but mine is a bit different.  It's not a best, worst, or something in-between sort of post....more a hey-these-are-other-titles-I-read-and-haven't-had-a-chance-to-review-properly sorta post to close out the year and start the next with a clean slate.  So it's dual help me clean off my "need to review" list/pile, and I help you start 2020 off with a brand spanking FULL WISH LIST to start checking out  (LOL).  Sound good?  Great.  Let's DO THIS!  In no particular order, except maybe a division or two for similar genres, here are my close out titles that I've read and are of note for 2019...

Marilyn Brant
(Review copy)

Alright, so we all know how much I adore this author's work, right?  Right!  So, when this one came around for a read, I was stoked!  Now, I have to admit something, I did not like our Mr. Knightley at first.  Nope.  In fact, I couldn't imagine what was going to happen to allow him to even be partially good enough for our kindhearted Emma, but love is a mysterious thing and colder hearts have been unfrozen by its touch.  Once the blinders come off, once he sees her for who she really is and not who he perceived her to be, we see the man that was hidden behind the walls for the first time...or perhaps it's better said her reemerges as she saw him (once upon a time) when he didn't even see it in himself.  Another great read to add to my growing list of titles penned by this author that will always have a spot on my shelf.

(Short Story Trio)
Kensington Books
(Review copy)

A Christmas Abduction by Madeline Hunter
This was an unusual one....especially considering the outcome...but it was, well...I'd say FUN.  How many times can you say that about an abduction?  It's a case of mistaken identity, or rather misplaced blame, where a vendetta of sorts is set to be carried out on the wrong rake.  Is Baron Thornhill worthy of that moniker?  Surely...but not everything is always as it seems.  I found it rather delightful as I watched things play out, and while I held my breath a time or two, not knowing if she'd be outed, what his decision would be, and hoping against hope for a particular pairing to come to pass, I was definitely not left disappointed.  

A Perfect Match by Sabrina Jeffries
I loved the deception carried off by the sisters on their own brother, no less, and how it wasn't nearly as complete a ruse as they thought when it came to the Colonel.  He could tell in a moment that the young beauty he thought he was smitten with wasn't actually the one for him, and while his desire to be a pigheaded man, I mean...his desire to rebuild his estate was great and he'd do right by the lady helping him do it, his heart would not be quieted.  THANK GOODNESS!  I mean, her sister was a lovely lady, but Cass was definitely my favorite and it was time for her to have her story...and one that while unexpected was much deserved!

One Wicked Night by Mary Jo Putney
 If I had to pick a least favorite, this was it, but only because of the pet napping!  (LOL!)  Seriously though, it was nice to see a "mature" (for the time period, I suppose) woman taking on the ton in her own time and finding love once again on her on terms.  Well, okay, more like deliriously falling into it after being caught in a bada** snowstorm and nearly dying, but hey...semantics!

One Christmas Eve (Cedar Street, #2)

One Christmas Eve
Shannon Stacey
Carina Press
(Review copy)

Zoe and Preston are a real treat for all those readers that LOVE a good bookish romance!  She runs a slightly saucy bookstore; he's come to town to help people get their affairs in order.  They may sound like oil and water, but once things get churned up, the mix is downright DELIGHTFUL!  The banter and whit, the battle plans she puts into play utilizing her window display, and the favorite book with marked passage passed between them...let's just say, a definite choice to spice up your cold winter nights!

Restless Rancher

Jennifer Ryan
Avon Books
(Review copy)

Austin and Sonya seem worlds apart at first glance, but at heart they are one and the same.  Both are struggling with the past.  Both are grappling to keep a handle on their present,  Both have their sites set on a future more steady and prosperous.  The thing is...sometimes the best laid plans go SERIOUSLY awry, and in this case, that's the best thing for them both!  What Austin's father (and his former fiancée because yeah...I'm not counting her blameless in this!) did to their family was unforgivable.  What Sonya's mother's relations did to them was beyond excusable.  While it wasn't all done to them on an individual level, they have hearts, which they've promptly buried (understandably so), so yeah, the pain is still there.  The resentment, the anger, the desire for payback...all swim in a pool of unhealthy WANT just waiting to be set free...but sometimes the soul recognizes another soul and a connection is forged that is strong enough to carry them both through the fires of earthly heck they've been given and rise above.  This is that story....filled with harsh realities, unrepentant evil, and yet, so much love at long last.  If you're a Contemporary Romance fan, this one's for you!

The Lady Travelers Guide to Happily Ever After (The Lady Travelers Society, #4)

Lady Traveler's Guide to Happily Ever After
Victoria Alexander
(Review copy)

Initially, I had a hard time staying in this didn't seem to have much actually HAPPENING, but then I caught the subtle undercurrents of what was transpiring and started enjoying the dance. A few things I pondered during my time between the pages...1) will he indeed prove himself, 2) will she find security despite the desperate times she is facing, 3) will the merry widows three let them be!  The answers to all these and more were certainly more than adequate and provided for a book that in the end I found rather delightful.

If Only I Could Tell You

Hannah Beckerman
William Morrow
(Review copy)

Honest to goodness, this was not the story I thought I was walking into when I first started reading....and I think that's why it was bothering me for a while as I read.  There were all these secrets being alluded to, but unrevealed, one in particular that seemed to start them all, and if it didn't come out sooner rather than later, I thought I might throw my first book.  Hey, I'm being honest!  It kept circling round and round the hidden truth without lifting the curtain it was behind.  Eventually about two thirds in, it happened...and from there my outlook on everything changed.  The losses felt so deeply among this family, the divisions that were the fallout of misunderstandings and assumptions...they all changed their lives so drastically, and filled them with so much hurt and resentment.  It certainly speaks to clearing to the air and speaking your heart in lieu of getting lost between the what ifs and might have beens. 

The Secrets of Paper and Ink

The Secrets of Paper and Ink
Lindsay Harrel
Thomas Nelson
(Self purchase)

What a remarkable story, or rather stories, and with so many messages to take with you long after the final page turn. Sophia has a hard past, and Ginny is having a tough present...their eventual meeting and friendship feels inevitable, almost fated...and I couldn't wait to see how they would help each other rebuild.  I truly enjoyed my time between the pages...and honestly, felt the better for it. The perfect addition to a lazy summer afternoon/weekend when you want to indulge your love of the written word as well as immerse yourself in a heart rendering story.

The Daughter's Tale

The Daughter's Tale
Armando Lucas Correa
Atria Books
(Self purchase)

This was a heartbreaking and moving tale of a history lost, love that knows no bounds, and the strength/resilience of the human spirit.   I was quite beside myself when I finished reading it and then every time I tried to write something about it, I just fell back into that place of both light and dark when you know you've read something remarkable and yet can't quite put it to words.  There's a section about a fourth of the way in where our leading lady is being asked what it feels like to be her, and the description she gave of her experiences, touched my soul.  I mean, I know the times and situations were GREATLY different, but I really FELT THOSE WORDS to my core from my own hardships with Hurricane Michael.  DO NOT miss this one!

Hate is Such a Strong Word...

Sarah Ayoub
Harper Collins
(Review copy)

Sophie and Shehadie's story is not new, but it's a new take on things.  It's your typical Young Adult book filled with angst, struggles against "the man", and feelings blooming up left and right...but it also isn't as it deals with prejudice, hate crimes, and racial divisions from the not so white painted lines.  That's right.  In this story, the Lebanese community has the leading voice, whereas the mixed bloodlines of "New Guy" leave him the un-trusted minority.  The thing about it is, it also shows how one voice can help enact change.  One voice can save a soul.  One voice can help uncover the courage of a community currently lost under a blanket of fear and past insecurities.  So yeah, it's pretty powerful stuff, and a definite must read for those looking for strong examples of walking against the crowd in the name of GOOD and what's RIGHT.

Among the Fallen

Among the Fallen
Virginia Francis Schwartz
Holiday House
(Review copy)

I actually had a bit of a hard time getting into this one as Orpha is very much lost and her history is very slowly revealed, but once things take an upswing towards healing, it was golden. The hardships that these girls faced, the way their tormentors were allowed to get away with the most horrid of acts, the guilt that followed her every where she was hard enough to read, let alone understand how she could bare it.  It will certainly make you thankful for the advancements we've made in society and women's rights...and yet, it may very well have you looking at those very issues closer in our time and place to see if we've REALLY come as far as we think...

The Babysitters Coven (The Babysitters Coven, #1)

The Babysitters Coven
Kate Williams
Delacorte Press
(Review copy)

Okay, think Buffy for a new generation utilizing an old school teenage (mostly) money making "scheme". It's actually pretty kick-butt once things get started and there is definitely some actual butt kicking to be done, both of those from our world and those not-so-much.  Curious to see where the series goes from here, especially with how things were left!

How to Make Friends with the Dark

How to Make Friends with the Dark
Kathleen Glasgow
Delacorte Press
(Self purchase)

Unusual, and heartbreaking...I can't say enough.  This book really gets loss in its many forms. Whether it's a person, place, or LIFE in general, the processing of the loss, from the catastrophic to the infinitesimal, is different for everyone.  Here, Tiger is so very lost, and blames the state of their (her and her mom's) relationship on her teenage outburst.  While Lala is definitely a soothing balm and Cake is trying to help, life is just a big heaping bowl of darkness with nary a chance of dawn.  It was so hard to see her world just crumble at every turn...I was literally brought to silent tears (I was in the library).  The end doesn't make it turn into a sunshine and rainbows story, but it DOES matter.  Give it a read.  If you've ever truly known loss, you'll find yourself in here.  If you haven't, count your lucky stars and gain an understanding of the world others have had to navigate.


Jim Benton
YOE Books
(Review copy)

Clyde is ONE.  BAD.  BEAR.  No, really...he's bad to the bone, and there's nothing you can do about it.  He mouths off to moths (who aren't ACTUALLY moths), hurls his grandmother in the pond (she's a turtle; she'll be fine), threatens to do bodily harm with pine cones...and then gets promptly shown what for with a pine cone by a butterfly (hence that "not a moth" comment from earlier).  Yes, Clyde is one bad bear, but what we take away from this "charming" story of unusual friendship, wanting to be the baddest of the bad, and getting out of small town life to conquer the big bad city, is that being the biggest, meanest, baddest creature in the land is all relative.  You can claim the title as long as you want, but there's always gonna be someone bigger, and badder that eventually comes along to knock you off your to have a few good friends by your side to lighten the fall... or not.  I mean, this IS Clyde we're talking about and he was beaten up by a BUTTERFLY for crying out loud!  A great pick for fans of the author's HAPPY BUNNY creation.


Jim Benton
(Self purchase)

Catwad and Blurmp are back and...better than ever?  Well, I guess that depends on your opinion of the duo, but if you've got an open mind, love snark by the ton, and can handle the innocence of Blurmp without mailing him off to abu dhabi, these guys are totally for you!  Once again, they are toted for the younger set, and I'm not saying they won't find them funny, but older readers will be rolling in the aisles.  No, really!  Take SMART for example...where Blurmp is ONLY writing a book...or SALAD which will totally make you rethink your New Year's eating related resolutions!  It's clever, witty, colorful, and fun...and I can't wait to see what they do next!

Nightmares! (Nightmares!, #1)

Jason Segel & Kirsten Miller
Illustrated by
Karl Kwasny
Delacorte Books for Young Readers
(Self purchase)

This story was so VERY CURIOUS and yet so much fun (if you can call running for your life, trying to save your family, and facing your worst fears fun, that is).  I was curious about the "powerful witch" he kept focusing on, and while there were a lot of similarities between her and you-know-who, I couldn't believe it was one in the same.  Was it?  Oh, well...I can't spoil THAT for you.  Also, Charlie's "darkness" was something both otherworldly and of this world, a conundrum I did not expect, but appreciated.  Who knew nightmares could have a purpose other than torture or scaring you half to death! Definitely a fun concept, and I can't wait to check out more of the series.  My only catch point, the rather abrupt ending and the use of "stepmonster" after all that transpired.


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...and that's a wrap!
Hope you enjoyed my thoughts and selections...and I hope you added some to your future reading list for 2020!  Have a happy (and safe) New Year's Eve everyone...see you back here next year...and happy reading!


HI there!
Welcome back to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.
So, it's the last post of 2019 (maybe...but for now, let's say yes), and while some of you may be planning for your big night out to ring in the new year, others are plotting just how to stay cozy in their pj's and well read.  I would be with the latter...once I get off work (*yay retail*)...but the well read is totally taken care of, and now yours can be too!  May I present, an end of year present of sorts from author Stacy Reid via Entangled Publishing, and today's BOOK BIRTHDAY title of choice...

The Sinful Wallflowers, Book 1
Stacy Reid
Entangled Amara

About the book...
Miss Katherine Danvers has always been a wallflower. But now with her family on the brink of financial ruin, she finds herself a desperate wallflower. To save her family, she'll do anything. Luckily, she has the perfect plan...

She’ll impress the ton by simply announcing she is engaged to the reclusive and mysterious Duke of Thornton, Alexander Masters, and secure strong matches for her sisters. No one has heard from the duke in years. Surely he’ll never find out before her sisters’ weddings and she can go back to her own quiet life.

Soon, though, everything is out of control. At first, it’s just a few new ball gowns on the duke’s accounts. Then it’s interviews with reporters eager for gossip. Before she knows it, Katherine has transformed herself into Kitty Danvers, charming and clever belle of the ton—with everyone eager to meet her thankfully absent fiancé.

But when the enigmatic Alexander Masters suddenly arrives in the city, dashing and oh so angry, he demands retribution. Except not in the way Katherine expected…


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Oh my, my.
I do believe I may have to retire for the evening...
...because I TOTALLY have a touch of "Duke fever"!

This was a title I saw coming up on the Entangled Publishing roster and while I was biding my time trying to keep the schedule open (Cybils Awards reading starts in like 24 hours!), I knew I couldn't pass this one up.  Kitty and the rest of the self-dubbed Sinful Wallflowers are such a delightful bunch of smart, beautiful, and discerning women, that, thanks to the time period they live in, are starting to consider themselves past their two and twenty.  *looks aghast...does not admit own age*  They chatter and plot about how to change their lots in life, and while to some it seems merely as a potential dream, two ladies are putting actions where words only formerly existed.  Maryann has her own designs on things (which we follow along the way), but Kitty...well, she takes the cake!

Despite being a self-proclaimed wallflower, I think she really wore that moniker only because it was bestowed, as we see another side of her come out while the story progresses.  That's not to say she isn't sweet, demure, and innocent at heart, but she also has sass, brains, and good-natured cunning to spare.  All her actions were for the sake of her family...and if one looks at it from the outside, it really wasn't such a bad plan.  I mean, who would have thought the illusive Duke not seen for seven years or so would all of a sudden return to the ton?  How was she to know his reaction to her transgressions would be so...unusual.  Could she have guessed that things would work out the way they did...for all parties involved?  The answer is no to most of those questions, though she did prepare for the wasn't exactly the worst she received, and THAT made for an especially tantalizing tale indeed!

All in all, a wonderful start to a series I'm leaving room for on my future reading list.  It reminds us that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and that love can truly conquer all...even the most stubborn among us.  Definite recommendation for Historical Fiction fans who like smart leading ladies and open minded gents willing to see just where curious situations may lead...


About the author...

Stacy Reid

Stacy [Reid] is an avid reader of novels with a deep passion for writing. She especially loves romance and adores writing about people falling in love. Stacy lives a lot in the worlds she creates and actively speaks to her characters (out loud). She has a warrior way, never give up on her dreams. When Stacy is not writing, she spends a copious amount of time drooling over Rick Grimes from Walking Dead, watching Japanese anime and playing video games with her love, Dusean Nelson.


Special thanks to the Entangled Publishing team for the eARC for review! (THANKS!) For more information on this title, the author, or the publisher, feel free to click through the links provided above. This title is available now, so click on over to your favorite online retailer to score your copy today and count down the pages along with the final minutes of 2019!

Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!

Sunday, December 29, 2019

Silver Dagger Book Tours presents... MY FAKE RAKE by Eva Leigh - REVIEW + GIVEAWAY!

Hi guys!
Welcome back to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.

Today, we're joining forces with Silver Dagger Book Tours and Avon Books to bring to your attention the FIRST release in the NEW Union of the Rakes SERIES from author Eva Leigh.  TAKE HEED, FELLOW HISTORICAL ROMANCE READERS!  If you've a love of finding yourself lost between the pages, you adore bookish characters because they remind you of, oh...I don't know...YOU or your closest besties/mates...and you wouldn't mind getting lost in the stacks while swimming in the baby blues of a fellow booklover/scholar....*sigh*...oh, wait a second, I had a point here.  *ahem*  Anywho, if all that sounds good, you're SO in for a treat!  May I introduce, today's blog tour guest and book of choice...

My Fake Rake 
The Union of the Rakes, Book 1 
Eva Leigh 
Genre: Historical Romance 

Publisher: Avon 
Publication Date: November 26, 2019

In the first book in Eva Leigh's new Union of the Rakes series, a bluestocking enlists a faux suitor to help her land an ideal husband only to be blindsided by real desire… 

Lady Grace Wyatt is content as a wallflower, focusing on scientific pursuits rather than the complications of society matches. But when a handsome, celebrated naturalist returns from abroad, Grace wishes, for once, to be noticed. Her solution: to “build” the perfect man, who will court her publicly and help her catch his eye. Grace’s colleague, anthropologist Sebastian Holloway, is just the blank slate she requires. 

To further his own research on English society, Sebastian agrees to let Grace transform him from a bespectacled, bookish academic into a dashing—albeit fake—rake. Between secret lessons on how to be a rogue and exaggerated public flirtations, Grace’s feelings for Sebastian grow from friendship into undeniable, inconvenient, real attraction. If only she hadn’t asked him to help her marry someone else... 

Sebastian is in love with brilliant, beautiful Grace, but their bargain is complete, and she desires another. Yet when he’s faced with losing her forever, Sebastian will do whatever it takes to tell her the truth, even if it means risking his own future—and his heart. 

I was smitten from the start!
Okay, so not from the START start, but virtually from there.
You see, the cover screamed old school romance, and it is keeping in mind time, place, and gentilities, BUT there is a certain spark of whit, humor, intelligence, and sensuality that will have it appealing to readers outside the usual historical moniker.  Now, the point I was trying to make about "not from the START start" was that I may have passed it by if not for the background...did you catch it?  The heart-eyed couple caught in an embrace are in front of...bookshelves?  Hmm....I had to know more!  So I read the synopsis, and I thought...well, this sounds rather promising, and the rest is...history!

It's a she likes him, but he doesn't SEE see her, although the friend likes her, but she doesn't SEE see him, and once a plan is hatched to snag the first "he's" attention for her, all the feelings start to get...muddled.  No, that's not right.  I think more accurately, though neither wants to admit it at first, their feelings for each other become clearer than fresh washed crystal.  The tactics employed to gain our girl Grace the "man of her dreams", serve their purpose...just perhaps not fully in the way they were intended...which leads to some rather interesting circumstances, close calls, flaming kisses, and...well, I don't want to ruin things, but trust me, IT'S GOOD.  Does Mason (the object of her long unreturned affections) finally take the hint?  Does Grace even want him to at this point?  What of dear Sebastian?  Oh so many questions, and so many delicious ways to answer, but, you'll have to read it to find out!

In the end, it's a Historical Romance for time and place, that's for certain, but with all the witty banter, scholarly humor, and scorching glances, there's not a Romance reader that wouldn't LOVE to step into Grace's shoes for a turn.  I know I would...IN...A...HEARTBEAT. *sigh*  Hey, how can you NOT love a leading lady with a mind of her own, a leading man with enough wherewithal to appreciate a woman for everything she is, and the sparks that fly from a friends-turned-more storyline?  Exactly.  So yeah, if you're spending New Year's Eve in this year, send 2019 off with this dazzling display of fireworks!  You won't be sorry.

Eva Leigh is a romance author who has always loved the Regency era. She writes novels chock-full of determined women and sexy men. She enjoys baking, spending too much time on the Internet, and listening to music from the '80s. Eva and her husband live in Central California. 

Eva also writes in multiple romance genres as Zoë Archer. 

Follow the tour HERE for special content and a giveaway!

Friday, December 27, 2019

Rockstar Book Tours presents... THE MONSTER HYPOTHESIS by Romily Bernard - EXCERPT + GIVEAWAY!

Hi there!
Welcome back to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.

I am thrilled to be hosting a stop on Rockstar Book Tours promotion for THE MONSTER HYPOTHESIS by Romily Bernard! First, we'll read all about it, then I've got a special excerpt for you, and finally, your chance to enter the giveaway for a finished copy of the book!  Ready?  Set?  Here we go!

 Romily Bernard

Pub. Date: December 10, 2019
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion
Pages: 304
Formats: Hardcover, eBook

Welcome to Bohring-home to 453 people, 2,053 alligators, and one monster curse.

Correction: home to 454 people, now that Kick Winter is living in the swamp Hollows with her Grandma Missouri, the town (fake) psychic. Bohring is anything but boring for Kick who has already blown a hole through the kitchen floor, befriended a chicken-eating gator, and discovered that the town's hundred-year curse is upon them.

It's the Bohring curse and all the kids are about to become monsters-or so the legend goes. People are worried-except for Kick. She knows there's a scientific explanation for everything, especially curses and monsters. But Kick is the new kid in school and she's determined to make a name for herself . . . by pretending to be psychic.

According to her calculations: one teeny-tiny life + (fake) psychic skills = popularity. But when kids start disappearing and glowing creatures start showing up, Kick's theory quickly evaporates in a puff of foul-smelling swamp gas. Can Kick use her (real) science smarts to prove the curse is a hoax? Or is it just-maybe-sort of-somehow possible the curse is here?

Author Romily Bernard weaves a fast-paced middle-grade mystery filled with humor and scientific intrigue, set in a perfectly eerie Southern town.

*** EXCERPT ***

Crickets chirped in the long grass as Kick ran toward school. I’m going to be late, she thought, pushing herself faster. I’m going to have to walk into class, and everyone’s going to stare at me.

It was not a time to linger, but even so, she still snatched

glances at the swamp around her. It was just a swamp. No horrible smells. No growling. Nothing. That had to be a good sign, right?


And Kick knew it when she careened around the last corner, heading for the schoolyard. Everyone was outside—teachers, students, parents, the mayor—and everyone was talking all at once.

Or rather, shouting at once.

Miss Cleo—who owned the Curl Up and Dye and was known for her temper—kept shaking her fist at Mayor Burr, upper arms jiggling like broken-open cans of biscuit dough. Mr. Myer, on the other hand, kept his fists low, gripping his rust-stained apron. Only . . . was it rust? Because Kick suddenly wasn’t so sure.

About Romily:

Romily Bernard graduated from Georgia State University with a literature degree. Since then, she's worked as a riding instructor, cell-phone salesperson, personal assistant, horse groomer and exercise rider, accounting assistant, and, during a very dark time, customer service representative. . . . She's also, of course, now a YA novelist.

So don't let anyone tell you a BA degree will keep you unemployed.

Romily currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia, and Find Me is her debut novel. It placed first in the 2011 YA Unpublished Maggie Awards (given by Georgia Romance Writers) and won the Golden Heart Award for YA Romance from the Romance Writers of America in 2012.

Giveaway Details:
3 winners will receive a hardcover of THE MONSTER HYPOTHESIS, US only.

Special thanks to Rockstar Book Tours for the chance to bring this tour to you. (THANKS!) For more information on this title, the author, the publisher, this tour, or those on the horizon, feel free to click through the links provided above. This title is available now, so click on over to your favorite online retailer to snag your copy today! Be sure to check out the rest of the tour for more bookish fun...


Week One:

Popthebutterfly Reads

Mythical Books

Sometimes Leelynn Reads

Lifestyle of Me


Week Two:
Ogitchida Kwe's Book Blog

For the Love of KidLit

Little Red Reads

Life Within The Pages

Book Briefs

Week Three:
Adventures Thru Wonderland



Paper safari

Nay's Pink Bookshelf

Week Four:
She Just Loves Books

Hurn Publications

Two Chicks on Books

Character Madness

Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

Week Five:
Two Points of Interest

Fyrekatz Blog

Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!

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