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.
As many of you know, I’ve been singing the praises of this fabulous historical novel for some time, and other reviewers agree! Historical Novels Review Magazine, the magazine of The Historical Novel Society, made this an Editor’s Choice book for the August 2021 edition, and gave it a fabulous review! I’m especially happy about this… Continue reading Agustina De Aragón by Gail Meath–made an Editor’s Choice by Historical Novels Review Magazine. →
This is the newest edition of Self-Published Saturday, where I highlight self-published books and their authors. As you know, self-published authors have to do their own marketing, and I hope with this feature to help spread the word about their books. This week’s feature includes two books, both by Brett Salter. They are books 3… Continue reading Self-Published Saturday, July 31, 2021 →
GIVEAWAY The winner of the giveaway was drawn randomly, and I’m pleased to announce it is Nancy B. Klein. Nancy has been contacted and I’ll be sending the book to her soon. Taken At Birth by Jane Blasio is the story of Blasio’s struggle to find her birth family, as well as the birth families… Continue reading Book Review and Giveaway: Taken at Birth →
BOOK DESCRIPTION The town of Unity sits perched on the edge of a yawning ravine where, long ago, a charisma of angels provided spiritual succour to a fledgeling human race. Then mankind was granted the gift of free will and had to find its own way, albeit with the guidance of the angels. The people’s… Continue reading Blog Tour and Book Review: The Abdication. →
This review is of the audiobook, received from Macmillan Audio. On the surface, Katharina Edgeworth has it all–a rich and handsome doctor husband, two gorgeous sons, and an expensive New York apartment. But reality is very different. She is a college graduate who speaks four languages and worked at the United Nations until she got… Continue reading Audiobook Review: A Woman of Intelligence →
This is the newest edition of Self-Published Saturday, where I highlight self-published books and their authors. As you know, self-published authors have to do their own marketing, and I hope with this feature to help spread the word about their books. This week’s feature is With Face Aflame by A.E. Walnofer. It is a historical… Continue reading Self-Published Saturday: July 24, 2021 →
Jake, Alex, and Sarah are foster kids out on a joyride one night in a “borrowed” truck belonging to their group home. When they witness the crash of a UFO, they approach the scene and find a wrecked spaceship with a dying giant inside. The giant transfers his knowledge and memories to them before he… Continue reading Book Review: Children of the Origin Project →
Set on New York’s North Brother Island in multiple timelines, The Vines combines the sad story of Riverside Hospital for Quarantinable Diseases with the fictional Gettler family. The story opens with Finn Gettler in 2007. He is exploring the remains of Riverside Hospital and sees a beautiful but very scarred woman, who almost kills him. Flashing back… Continue reading Book Review: The Vines →
Below is an adventure-packed trilogy that retells the story of Robin Hood in an unusual way. Book descriptions, links to buy, and a Q&A with the two authors are below. My review of all three books will come later on a future Self-Published Saturday feature. The fantastic book descriptions and the Q&A below have me… Continue reading Spotlight: The Robin Hood Trilogy →
I am giving away a hardback copy of Taken at Birth by Jane Blasio. This is the true story of a small town doctor in Georgia who would tell some of the pregnant mothers who came to his clinic that their babies had died or been aborted, and then sell them to parents who wanted… Continue reading Book Giveaway: Taken at Birth (A True Story) →
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