Home Feed
Home
Search
Search
Add Review, Blurb, Quote
Add
Activity
Activity
Profile
Profile
#HistoricalFiction
blurb
OutsmartYourShelf
Midnight in Everwood | M.A. Kuzniar
post image

Daily prompt is Night.

I read this last year & loved it.

#ScarathlonDailyPrompts #Scarathlon2022 #TeamSlaughter @Clwojick

blurb
CrowCAH
post image

I‘m feeling the birthday love today! 🎉🎂🥳🎈

I‘ve seen your comments and will respond tomorrow. It‘s been a full day of work and celebration!

Thanks to @CKBrooke I received a book for my bday!!! She got it cause of the “Cynthia Ann” part, super similar to my own name.

Addison_Reads I didn't know about this book. I am related to Cynthia Ann Parker so I will definitely have to get this one. 7h
CrowCAH @Addison_Reads that is soooo cool you‘re related! I have not read it yet, but when you do, I hope you enjoy it! 1h
34 likes1 stack add2 comments
blurb
gossamerchild
The Ghost Bride | Yangsze Choo
post image

Another book featuring a #ghost. Of sorts.

Also nother one of my 5,000 #unreadshelfproject2022 books. Sigh. 🤣🤣

#ScarathlonDailyPrompts #Scarathlon2022 #teamslaughter
@Clwojick @StayCurious

Clwojick 🤣🤣 5,000 unread books. So relatable. 8h
gossamerchild @Clwojick that's an exaggeration. But my actual number is way over 400 😳😳 7h
17 likes2 comments
blurb
Danay
post image

22 #77 The latest in a series about the Perez sisters. It was fine…I kept waiting for something remarkable to happen and it really didn‘t. But it ended well and put me back In touch with characters I‘ve enjoyed.

review
keys_on_fire
post image
Pickpick

My #bookspin for September. I always enjoy Fiona Davis‘ books. I love how she weaves a woman‘s narrative around historical events that I‘m not familiar with. She also has a way of capturing New York City in a way that makes it just as much a character as the people in her stories. 🌟🌟🌟🌟
@TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2h
37 likes2 stack adds1 comment
review
Kgaudiuso
Panpan

Never in my life, has it taken me so long to read a book. I had a friend recommended this book to me, so I felt obligated to finish it, but there were thousands of words that could have been removed from this book to make it so much more enjoyable. I had to skim over so many biting paragraphs, that I felt were completely unnecessary, just to get through this. If you have all the time in the world, have at it. Me? I just do not have the time.

blurb
KathyWheeler
West with Giraffes | Lynda Rutledge
post image

West with Giraffes is my new walking book. So far, I really like it. The basketball statue by the fountain was actually not on my walk; it‘s right in front of the building where I swim. #audiowalk

blurb
melissajayne
post image

4⭐️ I quite liked this book. I have known about her property in Palm Beach and as I read the book, I was quite surprised at what an amazing woman she must have been. I wish she had had a husband who was better suited for her. #2022 #bookreview #bookstagram #historicalfiction #fiction #basedonatruestory #wwi #greatdepression #wwii

This was my October #bookspin book

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2h
14 likes1 comment
blurb
Libby1
The Dying Day | Vaseem Khan
post image

This is the second book in the series and I‘m really enjoying it so far. Set in India in 1950, it follows the first female police officer in the newly independent country.

Libby1 I‘ve tagged the first book in the series here. It was excellent. 14h
35 likes1 comment
review
StellaLovesBooks
post image
Pickpick

Not a book I would have ordinarily chosen, but I found it to be a really enjoyable read. Loved the characterisation and sense of uncertainty and trepidation throughout.