Book Review

363 Days of Tea

363 Days of Tea A Visual Journal on Used Tea Bags Ruby Silvious Mascot Books, Sep 2016 190 pages, Hardcover Art ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Purchased from Amazon The cover is a smooth finished square that looks like some tea mugs that you see with a casual kiln-fired finish and four tiny masterpieces laid out for your perusal.… Continue reading 363 Days of Tea

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wwwWednesday

http://www.Wednesdays brought to you by the verb “to read”, by the past, present, and future tenses of the verb...have read...are reading...will be reading soon, I hope! At least, that’s how they break down for me. Well, I finally got some knitting done, and I finally got a chance to finish listening to Dark Arts and… Continue reading wwwWednesday

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The Disappearance of Alistair Ainsworth

The Disappearance of Alistair Ainsworth A Daughter of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Book 3 Leonard Goldberg Minotaur Books, Jun 2019 314 pages, ebook, hardcover, Audiobook, Audio CD Historical Mystery ✭✭✭✭ eARC from NetGalley The cover is lovely and shows Ms. Holmes looking just as unconcerned as her illustrious father as she gathers blooms for a bouquet… Continue reading The Disappearance of Alistair Ainsworth

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The Four Sworn: Spring Equinox

The Four Sworn: Spring Equinox Lenore Sagaskie 320 pages, Self-pub, Nov 2017 ebook, paperback Fantasy ✬✬✬✬ Purchased for nook The cover is totally uninteresting to me. I much prefer a picture rather than black and white with symbols, even when they are so symbolic of the whole story. These happen to be symbols for Air,… Continue reading The Four Sworn: Spring Equinox

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Eboney

Eboney Ethereals Book #1 R. Kitt June 30, 2019 Release date 378 pages, Ebook Fantasy, paranormal mythological fantasy ✭✭✭✭⭑ eARC provided by Author The cover design, as is typical with this author's cover style, is very dark. It shows a bloodied handprint against a solid dark background and all behind bars. The bloodied handprint is… Continue reading Eboney

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www.Wednesdays

http://www.Wednesdays brought to you by the past, present, and future tense of the verb “to read”. Welcome to Wednesday. It has been a busy week, or at least it feels like it’s been a busy week. Let’s lay it out and see if it really has been. I didn’t get any further in my listening… Continue reading www.Wednesdays

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The Earl Next Door

The Earl Next Door First Comes Love #1 Amelia Grey St. Martin’s Press, May 2019 300 pages, Kindle, Paperback, Audible, Audio CD Historical Romance, Romance Provided by NetGalley ✫✫✫✫⭑ The cover shows a lovely couple sparkling in the evening light. The background and the woman’s gown are richly colored, but for some reason, the picture… Continue reading The Earl Next Door

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www.Wednesdays…

http://www.Wednesdays… Done, doing, and going to do. As in past, present, and future. Read, reading, and going to read. Yup, It’s Wednesday, again. Let’s see, I did get some things read this week. Some really good things, too. I finished listening to Three Mages and a Margarita: The Guild Codex: Spellbound Book #1 by Annette… Continue reading www.Wednesdays…

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Under the Skin

Under the Skin Skin Quartet Book 4 Zara West Wild Rose Press, June 19, 2019 217 pages, Kindle, nook book Contemporary Romance Thriller Provided by Author ✫✫✫✫✫ This cover coordinates with the first three very well and uses elements of the story nicely - the couple, the bridge, and the city in the distance. These… Continue reading Under the Skin

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What have I, what am I, and what will I read? The three w’s… Past tense… I finished The Quiet Ones by Betsy Reavley. This was a strange one alright. A psychological mystery thriller, which is not my usual style. I think that’s why I had so much trouble getting into it. I’ll be reviewing… Continue reading www.Wednesdays