I was in the mood to read some Egyptian historical fiction so I picked up the Lords of the Two Lands trilogy by Pauline Gedge. Gedge has written my favorite book in this genre, The Twelfth Transforming, so I was excited to read something else by her. However, while I do love most of her … Continue reading Book Review for “The Hippopotamus Marsh” by Pauline Gedge
The Crown of Gilded Bones by Jennifer L. Armentrout is book three in the From Blood and Ash series. As far as I know, this is going to be a six book series, along with some spin off books. For me, however, the series ends here because I'm not reading anymore of it. The first … Continue reading Book Review for “The Crown of Gilded Bones” by Jennifer L. Armentrout
April was a good month for me and I hope it was for all of you, as well! We celebrated Easter and it was my son's first so the holiday was even more special than usual. Things didn't quite go as planned, as far as blog posts, this month but I'm hoping to catch up … Continue reading April Wrap Up!
Small Favors by Erin A. Craig was my most anticipated release of 2021 so I was ecstatic when I was approved for an ARC from Netgalley. Of course, it was just my luck that I was approved after I had already pre-ordered a physical copy😅 I don't mind, though, because this book is gorgeous and … Continue reading Book Review for “Small Favors” by Erin A. Craig
There's an Instagram account that I really like called Reading Ancient Egypt. The person behind the account, Courtney, put together a readalong for The Woman Who Would Be King: Hatshepsut's Rise to Power in Ancient Egypt by Kara Cooney. If you're unfamiliar, a readalong is where a group of people read the same book and … Continue reading Book Review for “The Woman Who Would Be King” by Kara Cooney