Hello peoples! I am so happy to announce that the cover for the final book in the Allegiance series is about to drop. WOOT WOOT! So excited!
Here is the info.
Discerned, Book Four of the Allegiance Series by Sarah Addison-Fox
Releasing August 2018.Read More »
Hello everyone! Today I have a review from a special guest! My dear sister-in-law. You saw her in the wedding dress in a post last week. She is gorgeous inside and out and I hope you enjoy her take on this book! If you would like to read my review, you can find it on the Bookworm Banquet.
Together Forever by Jody Hedlund
Genre: Historical Fiction/Romance
Publisher: Bethany House
Publication Year: 2018
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Series: Orphan Train Book #2Read More »
It had been ages, eons in fact since I had last tried to draw. My nephew, Coulter, could be incredibly persuasive.
He had those little green soldiers that my brother and I had played with as kids, set out on the bench in front of him, his brow was lined and he was biting his lip in concentration.Read More »
You read that right! I am so excited to present these giveaways! I am so thankful to some fabulous authors who made all of this possible. I relish the opportunity to share some of my favorite books with you all, and to give one blessed winner the opportunity to read them for free! I love to read, and I know you will enjoy these books! I can’t wait to share some of my favorite authors with you! I have three giveaway’s planned, and I am SO STOKED! Onwards with giveaway #1.Read More »
Kiera is looking forward to her eighteenth birthday. The official end of school, a party with her best friend, and chocolate cake. A sudden military draft, no possible exemptions, had never crossed her mind.
Kiera is terrified! Getting drafted would mean leaving her family, her little friend Jade—life as she knows it.
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I am going to split this into sections, as you will see later in the series. Today, I am going to be talking about physical safety. So many things happen on school campuses that are not often talked about, and when they are, oftentimes, there aren’t that many ways, nor people who care enough to try to obliterate them. Read More »
Water had never felt so cruel.
It had been playful, frolicking, comforting. The rhythmic sound of it crashing on the shore had been what soothed her to sleep each night as a child. It had held her in its arms as she rested upon the calm. She had found her solace in the beach and it had been a delight to her.
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