Over the 200 books I have read in 2019 (I’m still shocked that I read that much), I came across amazing authors where their writing styles and compelling storytelling had me engrossed and wishing that the book never end. When you meet an author that gives you that feeling, they have just become your new favorite author! It might be too soon for some since I only read one book, but I am going to take a leap of faith and keep a lookout for the following authors in 2020:
Now is the time to be thankful…for great reading! The year might be coming to end soon but that doesn’t timing of reading great books slows down and this month is no different from the rest! From mauling big cats to mythological gods, these books will have you rushing through your Thanksgiving dinner just so you can get through one more chapter…
Halloween is just around the corner…instead of asking for candy, why not “sweeten” your holiday with some good creepy reads? I have great book recommendations that will thrill you, chill you and keep you until the early hours of the morning. Your Halloween is not complete without a spooky read! Continue reading “Trick or Treat…Give Me Somthing Good to Read”
“But then I have noted that murderous thoughts seldom trouble the pretty and the fashionable.”
Pages: 392 pages
Published: September 20, 2018
Publisher: Raven Books
Genre: Fiction & Literature, Historical Fiction, Horror, Mystery Continue reading “Book Review: The Corset by Laura Purcell”
As I have mentioned in my previous post, I am on a book committee this year that is in the process of selecting the best YA books of the year for teens, a genre I am not a big fan of. However, as I am reading through these books, I am learning more about my reading tastes. It is not the general YA genre I have a distaste for, it is YA books published by US authors. I have realized that I have a preference for YA books published by UK authors, or more generally, foreign authors. They add something different and unique that goes beyond the generic brand and writing style that is usually accompanied with YA books. Continue reading “Books of 2019: Favorite Reads So Far (YA Genre)”
As August start to begin, that means summer is soon coming to a close. But don’t fret! There is still time to hit your favorite beach or park and bask in the sun while reading your favorite summer read! And you definitely can’t go wrong with these new releases:
May flowers are blooming and new books are just buzzing in the air! As the weather warms up and the air becomes more pleasant, now is the time to find your favorite bench and bask in the enjoyment of spring reading! And you can’t go wrong with the amazing following books:
February might be the shortest month but that doesn’t mean you won’t have enough time to enjoy great reads! From hip-hop to a thrilling mystery in the Scottish Highlands, this month brings great new releases that will make February the most entertaining month, instead of the shortest month, of the year:
The category winners for the 2018 Costa Book Awards have just been announced. The Costa Book Awards is one the UK’s most prestigious literary prizes that recognizes great books throughout the year, written by authors based in the UK and Ireland.
I enjoy this book award since the books that are picked, either shortlisted or the winners, are always good book choices and great reads to add to your TBR shelf. The coveted Costa Book of the Year 2018 will be announced on January 29.