Bonnie Reads and Writes

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.


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The Girl From Berlin

BOOK DESCRIPTION: (My review is further down below) From her beautiful new home in Berlin, a young woman named Liesel Scholz barely notices the changes to the city around her. Her life is one of privilege and safety thanks to her father’s job working for the new government. But a chance encounter with Rosa, the daughter of their… Continue reading The Girl From Berlin

Early Spring

With all due respect to Puxatawney Phil, I have decided Spring is here, at least on this blog. The days have been warmer and I’m ready for flowers, so I brought them here. My husband has started tilling up the garden and I have my tomato seedlings started. I plan to expand my garden this… Continue reading Early Spring

Orange City

Orange City Expected Publication Date: March 16th, 2021 Genre: Science Fiction/ Dystopian Sci-Fi Imagine a secret, hidden city that gives a second chance at life for those selected to come: felons, deformed outcasts, those on the fringe of the Outside World. Everyone gets a job, a place to live; but you are bound to the city forever.… Continue reading Orange City

Juche: The Weeping Masses

 This is now the second book of the  fantastic Juche series, which has been reorganized.  The original Books 1 and 2 (previously reviewed here) were consolidated into Book 1, The Demon of Yodok. This new book, The Weeping Masses, is now Book 2.  As the book opens, something terrible has happened to Areum’s sister Nari,… Continue reading Juche: The Weeping Masses

Scribbles of the Mind

Scribbles of the Mind by Elie N. Azar is a poetry book with the main theme of love in its many forms. We see love that overcomes pain and endures in the midst of staggering heartbreak, love of family, love of self, love of friends, forever love, and more. Nature is often used to describe… Continue reading Scribbles of the Mind

The Kitchen Front

BOOK REVIEW The Kitchen Front is a wonderful book which feels like a World War II based combination of Downton Abbey and the Great British Baking Show. In Fenley Village, England, 1942, Ambrose Hart is reluctantly looking for a radio cohost. His bosses have decided they want a local woman who can help listeners find… Continue reading The Kitchen Front

Book Review: Inspire Your Marriage

Inspire Your Marriage by John Thomas is an interesting book that helps you understand individual and team qualities to which you and your spouse are attracted. Chapter One contains a quiz which determines which qualities attract each of you. Chapter Two begins to explore independent qualities, such as “Be Confident” and “Be Self-Reliant.” Chapter Three… Continue reading Book Review: Inspire Your Marriage


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