If the cozy smell of boiling coffee fills the room, you might as well start to read this review I wrote about a mystery book, 'A Little Bird Told Me' which is available since September 13!
This YA mystery series is probably something you should read on some cozy autumn afternoon these days... Make a coffee the way you like it, and let's read my thoughts about this book!
I am so glad this project I've started is beginning to catch on! More and more people react every week, and I'm very happy many said that it is indeed a good idea. Thanks for all the kindness, guys!! ❤ If you don't yet know what this is all about: I'm posting a list every Monday of the books that get released during the current week. I also include other people's reviews about them! I try to the a blog hop from time to time and spread the word about this feature, but I obviously can't find every review that's related, so a sign that you have one would be very much appreciated! Every review is eligible that is written about a book published on the week in question, even if it was written before said week! So... one question remains: Would you like to join the ride?
Hey, darlings! This time I'm reviewing a short story of historical fiction. If you like your coffee with a whole mug, drinking slowly, it might be enough until you finish this whole e-book! 😉
As you may already know, I have this weekly post where I share what books are released during the current week, and I also include your reviews about them. Would you like to join the ride? It's very easy! These are the rules: To be featured, you don't have to do anything else, but to … Continue reading This Week’s Book Releases And Reviews – if you have one, say so and I’ll share it!
This time I chose to read something supposed to be a light summer read. Read my review of 'Hot Pursuit' while having a nice-smelling coffee! 😉
So, as I see some interest in this according to last week's post (and I hope it will even increase), I'm doing this post this week as well! Those who don't already know: I post every Monday about the books released during the current week, and I share your reviews about any books that meet this requirement!
This week's quote is not from a book I've read this week, but from one of my favorites, Hearts in Atlantis by Stephen King. It summarizes very well what I think about being a reader. It's basically my Reader's Ars Poetica. 😊