Book Review for “Katherine” by Anya Seton

My first review this month was for The Twelfth Transforming by Pauline Gedge; the best Egyptian historical fiction that I've ever read. We're ending January strong with a review for the best English historical fiction that I've read (so far), Katherine by Anya Seton. This book was released in 1954 and somehow, despite my love … Continue reading Book Review for “Katherine” by Anya Seton

Book Review for “The Bloody Chamber” by Angela Carter

I recently discovered a youtuber whose channel name is The Personal Philosophy Project. She creates content revolving around saving money, writing, minimal shopping and books. In one of her videos, "Enchanted & Wintery Books to Cosy Up With", she recommended a book called The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter. I had not heard of the … Continue reading Book Review for “The Bloody Chamber” by Angela Carter

Book Review for “Stand: The Hooded” by Francis Booker & Michael Ragusa

*This book was sent to me for review purposes by the author(s). All opinions are my own. I'm always excited when indie authors contact me about reviewing their book. Not only is it an honor that they want me to review their work, it gives me a chance to discover what may be a hidden … Continue reading Book Review for “Stand: The Hooded” by Francis Booker & Michael Ragusa

Book Review for “The Butchering Art” by Dr. Lindsey Fitzharris

I first discovered Dr. Lindsey Fitzharris on Instagram. She posts very interesting content about all kinds of historical and medical history and I highly recommend checking her page out. When I realized that she had written a book, The Butchering Art, I had to pick it up. It's about one of the most pivotal times … Continue reading Book Review for “The Butchering Art” by Dr. Lindsey Fitzharris

Book Review for “The Twelfth Transforming” by Pauline Gedge

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