After reading Child of the Morning by Pauline Gedge, I was not looking forward to reading the other book I owned by her, The Twelfth Transforming. Child of the Morning was well written, Egyptian historical fiction but it was so bland and filled with annoying characters. I was worried that The Twelfth Transforming would be … Continue reading Book Review for “The Twelfth Transforming” by Pauline Gedge
Unfortunately, many of the books I read this year were absolutely disappointing. Out of 45 total book and novella reviews, only 10 are what I consider to be favorites. To be considered a favorite, each book had to meet certain qualifications: unforgettable, well written characters and a story that I would want to read again … Continue reading The Best Books of 2019!
For my last book review in December, I wanted to review the most Christmas-y book I own, The Nativity Story by Angela Hunt. I think the title is pretty self explanatory but just in case you're not familiar with Christian teachings, this book is about the first Christmas, the birth of Jesus. I am a … Continue reading Book Review for “The Nativity Story” by Angela Hunt
*This book was sent to me for review purposes by the author. All opinions are my own. I am always so excited to review Nadine C. Keels' newest book releases. She is a very talented writer and I would honestly be surprised if I didn't enjoy one of her stories. I've reviewed two of her … Continue reading Book Review for “Embracing the Outcast” by Nadine C. Keels
If you read last week's review for Queen's Honor Episode Two Quest, you'll know that I am not pleased with this little novella series by Mande Matthews. If you haven't, I do recommend reading that review but I will reiterate some of my issues again here. Today I'm going to review what is technically the last … Continue reading Short Story Review for “Surrender” by Mande Matthews