• Outlaw's Daughter
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    Book Review & Tour: The Outlaw’s Daughter by Margaret Brownley

    Do you like historical fiction that shows it’s done its homework in the details? Sweet romance? Margaret Brownley’s newest release The Outlaw’s Daughter just may the book for you offering an engaging, easy-to-read story with an unexpected depth. Check out my review and be sure to enter the giveaway for the first two books in this series (which you definitely don’t need to have read to enjoy this one, but it would be nice to have all three on a shelf, together)! Many thanks to the author, NetGalley, and Lone Star Book Blog Tours for providing me with an advance copy of the book. All opinions are my own. THE…

  • Green Beans

    Lone Star Book Blog Tour: Why I Hate Green Beans

     I’m excited to bring you Why I Hate Green Beans with the Lone Star Book Blog Tour. I have a fun Top Five list for you AND a fabulous giveaway. You’re going to love this book! WHY I HATE GREEN BEANS and other confessions about relationships, reality tv, and how we see ourselves by LINCEE RAY    Genre: Humorous NonFiction / Memoir Publisher: Revell Facebook   ⎸ Twitter Date of Publication: February 6, 2018 Number of Pages: 208 Scroll down for the giveaway! Insecurity. As women, we all struggle with it. Our skinny jeans mock us. Our age-defying serums with flecks of gold refuse to erase our crow’s feet. Our social media…

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    Blog Tour & Review: Mustaches for Maddie

    Review of Mustaches for Maddie When a copy of the middle-grade book Mustaches for Maddie arrived in my mailbox, I had to wrestle it from my own sixth grader (also named Maddie) who was intrigued first by the title and then by the cover description. Inspired by their daughter’s own story (more on this below), authors Morris and Brown have crafted the inspirational, delightful (and sometimes heart-wrenching) story of a wonderfully quirky sixth grader who faces a pretty monumental health situation with bravery and an amazing attitude.  They captured the voice of the middle schooler beautifully, the story itself reads more like fiction and less like the biography I was anticipating…

  • Gone without a Trace
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    Blog Tour and Giveaway: Gone Without A Trace

    Review   This book was a page turner! Hannah returns from a conference with good news, only to discover her boyfriend Matt is gone. And not just moved out, but GONE. As in, no trace of him anywhere – not in the house, in her photos on her phone, on social media – he’s even left his job. He’s simply GONE – and without a single trace. As you would, Hannah has questions. HOW can every trace of him disappear? What happened? Had he been planning this? Why? And so of course, as I would, she begins to search for clues, and the deeper she digs, the less sense some things begin…