#MADETHEBACKCOVERS: My quotes on the Back Cover of Colette Kebell’s books!!

This is a huge perk of being a Book Reviewer!! To get noticed in a sea of reviewers is amazing.  I actually have some of my quotes on the back cover of Colette Kebell’s books!! I DID IT!! Colette Kebell has used some quotes from the reviews I wrote of her two books, and I haveContinue reading “#MADETHEBACKCOVERS: My quotes on the Back Cover of Colette Kebell’s books!!”

#SPOTLIGHT: “The Retail Therapist” by Colette Kebell

BE SURE TO CHECK BACK TOMORROW FOR MY INTERVIEW WITH COLETTE AND TO ENTER YOUR NAME FOR HER FABULOUS GIVEAWAY!! Summary: Window shopping! Don’t you just hate the term? It is like going into a sweet shop and not being able to buy anything, or not knowing what to buy first. That is exactly myContinue reading “#SPOTLIGHT: “The Retail Therapist” by Colette Kebell”

#SPOTLIGHT: “Blue and Green Should Never Be Seen” by Colette Kebell

BE SURE TO COME BACK THIS FRIDAY, October 3rd to check out my interview with Colette!! She is offering a Wonderful Giveaway: There will be 2 Winners….Each winning a set of her books! Since she is in England, we can offer outside of the USA and CANADA..Maybe some of my Irish and English friends andContinue reading “#SPOTLIGHT: “Blue and Green Should Never Be Seen” by Colette Kebell”

#BookReview of mine on Chick Lit Plus!! Patricia Sand’s, “The Promise of Provence”

REVIEW: Patricia Sands delivers a very satisfying tale of love, friendship, family and travel.  All of the bonds that can make or break us…and, the possibility of other relationships that arrive when others have departed.  Traveling through Provence, France we are taken on quite a journey with Katherine…and, everyone we meet along the way paintsContinue reading “#BookReview of mine on Chick Lit Plus!! Patricia Sand’s, “The Promise of Provence””

#SPOTLIGHT ~ “A Man of Character” by Margaret Locke

Originally posted on The Write Review:
Join me…I am reading this right now!!!!  It is already addicting….Just call me Eliza! Summary: What would you do if you discovered the men you were dating were fictional characters you’d created long ago? Thirty-five-year-old Catherine Schreiber has shelved love for good. Keeping her ailing bookstore afloat takes all…

#Interview & #Giveaway: Get to know more about author, Patricia Sands

#Giveaway: Patricia is giving away both of her “Love in Provence” books.  Winner will choose whether they want print copies or eBooks. Winner will be announced Monday, after 5pm. Please leave a comment below to be entered!!  Thank you, Patricia! Interview with Patricia Sands, author of the women’s fiction novels, The Bridge Club and theContinue reading “#Interview & #Giveaway: Get to know more about author, Patricia Sands”


Patricia Sands Biography We had an intimate interview, that will post on Friday. We will also be Hosting a Giveaway of the 1st two books in her “Love in Provence” Series. Patricia Sands lives in Toronto, Canada, when she isn’t somewhere else. An admitted travel fanatic, she can pack a bag in a flash andContinue reading “#AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Patricia Sands”

#SPOTLIGHT: “Promises to Keep” by Patricia Sands

SUMMARY: The painful memories from her life back in Toronto will never be distant enough, but Katherine Price finds peace under the autumn sky in the South of France…and a deepening, dizzying love with Philippe. Together, they savor the delicacies and splendor of life, toasting to a future filled with happiness and hope—a life farContinue reading “#SPOTLIGHT: “Promises to Keep” by Patricia Sands”

#SPOTLIGHT: “The Promise of Provence” by Patricia Sands

This week we will be celebrating the author, Patricia Sands!  On Friday, September 25th, 2015 the interview I had with her will be posted along with a Giveaway that you won’t want to miss! I will be reviewing her books for chicklitplus.com, I will be sure to post the links so you can check themContinue reading “#SPOTLIGHT: “The Promise of Provence” by Patricia Sands”

#BookReview: “Little Woman in Blue” by Jeannine Atkins

Summary: May Alcott spends her days sewing blue shirts for Union soldiers, but she dreams of painting a masterpiece—which many say is impossible for a woman—and of finding love, too. When she reads her sister’s wildly popular novel, Little Women, she is stung by Louisa’s portrayal of her as “Amy,” the youngest of four sistersContinue reading “#BookReview: “Little Woman in Blue” by Jeannine Atkins”