My name is Bonnie and I review books, often advance review copies, and post the reviews here on my site. I do reviews for Historical Novels Review Magazine, Netgalley, BookSirens, and sometimes by request from the author. I love to support Indie Authors and will begin posting Indie reviews, which you can check out at the tab to the right. Below are my most recent reviews. You can check out reviews by category in the Categories Section to the right. Indie authors or anyone requesting a book review please click on the Review Requests link on the top right.
*Book Promo–Not a Review HTML Congratulations to author, Jessica Tastet on the release of her latest novel, Borrowed Treasure! Read on for more info and a chance to win a digital copy of the book! Borrowed Treasure Publication Date: April 13th, 2021 Genre: Womens Fiction/ Clean Romance Publisher: Dandelion Wish Publishing Sissy Ames has been driven to succeed… Continue reading Borrowed Treasure →
Whenever Jodi Taylor, my favorite author, publishes a book, I drop everything and read it. I also listen to the audiobook version. I currently have the Kindle version and the audiobook version of this new book already. A signed paperback is also winging its way to me right now. I’m a bit of a Jodi… Continue reading #Book Review – Another Time, Another Place by #Jodi Taylor →
AUTHOR INTERVIEW Today I’m excited to share with you a wonderful and candid interview with Gail Meath, author of Agustina de Aragón, which is set in Spain during the Napoleonic wars in the early 1800s. It will be released tomorrow. My review and the book trailer are below. Bonnie: Hi Gail. It is so great… Continue reading An Interview with Gail Meath, Author of Agustina de Aragón. Book Review and Book Trailer Included. →
*Book Promo–Not a Book Review Check below to find out about contests and a read-along throughout May. Also you can download the book for FREE below for a limited time. I have a fun announcement for you all! Starting May 1st, there will be a read-along of Hannah Reed’s YA Fantasy, Tenebrasco! The read-along will… Continue reading Book Promo–Tenebrasco, the Pearl Wielders Trilogy →
The Best Thing You Can Steal takes place in the magical underworld of modern London, much like Harry Potter. However, this is an adult story with a darker bend. The protagonist is Gideon Sable, a thief and con-artist, who apparently is not the actual Gideon Sable, but another thief using his identity. He is determined… Continue reading Book Review–The Best Thing You Can Steal →
In the near future United States, Retired Special Forces Commander Jacobi Slate is investigating a brutal murder committed by his former boss, Admiral Ben Oaksley, who has admittedly killed his beloved wife, Mary. As Slate’s investigation continues and more strange murders occur, he begins to suspect that this is tied to his past and that… Continue reading Book Review: The Devil Whispered →
For whatever reason, I don’t enjoy posting reviews about books I did not like, although I have done it in the past. Usually when I do, I feel strongly that people may want to see what I found wrong with the book and choose for themselves whether or not to buy it. That was the… Continue reading Book Review: Sunshine Girl – An Unexpected Life →
*Cover Reveal – Not a book review I’m thrilled to share this gorgeous cover for upcoming new release, Technopaladin by Elizabeth Corrigan! Technopaladin Expected Publication Date: May 2021 Genre: YA Sci-Fi/ Fantasy Clarity’s paladin order forbids her from entering the Azure District, the one location in her high tech city that refuses paladin rule and technology. When… Continue reading COVER REVEAL – Technopaladin →
As many times as I’ve heard the crucifixion story, and I’ve heard it all my life, I never could grasp the magnitude of the torture and pain Jesus went through. I went looking for descriptions written by others, and I found this, written by C.S. Lewis, that really helped me see everything Jesus went through.… Continue reading Good Friday: The Suffering of Jesus →
Memoirs of a Karate Fighter Novelist and former karate champion Ralph Robb recounts his experiences at one of Europe’s toughest dojos and provides an insight into the philosophy and training methods of a club which produced national, European and world titleholders. In a hard-hitting story, Ralph tells of the fights on and off the mat;… Continue reading Book Reviews: Memoirs of a Karate Fighter →
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