Thank you to Suzy Approved Book Tours, John H. Cunningham, and GetRed PR for this gifted book! So, if you've been following along for a bit here, you know I LOVE me some Buck Reilly! Part Indiana Jones, part Jimmy Buffet — Buck Reilly can save me anytime! The Buck Reilly Adventure series is … Continue reading White Knight by John H. Cunningham
🍁🍁 YOU GUYS, IT'S ALMOST THANKSGIVING. 🍁🍁 Fear not my friends - I’ve got your recipe needs covered! Need a fancy new recipe to blow your very particular mother-in-laws socks off? How about that niece who just decided to stop eating meat? Or your crazy uncle who will only eat things if they … Continue reading It’s Cooking Season!
Thank you to Suzy Approved Book Tours, Heather Frimmer and SparkPress for this gifted book! What is your favorite type of relationship to read about? For me - it's definitely a good mother-daughter dynamic. It can be sweet, charming, and beautiful - but can also be strained, contentious and exhausting! It's definitely one of … Continue reading Bedside Manners by Heather Frimmer
** I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY for this one over on Instagram! Check it out! ** You guys. THIS book. Picture this: Late 1800’s Wyoming - 2 farms - nothing else around for miles and miles. Wife from Farm 1 has an affair with husband from Farm 2. Husband from Farm 1 shoots … Continue reading One for the Blackbird, One for the Crow by Olivia Hawker
This is the MOST gorgeous cookbook. And it's got a pretty awesome backstory. Mandy Lee up and left New York for her husband's job to go live in Beijing and boy did she hate it there! The stifling pollution, autocratic rulers, and bureaucratic government had her pretty unhappy. And so, she started an "angry food … Continue reading The Art of Escapism Cooking by Mandy Lee
I'm not sure about you, but I've failed a LOT of things the first time. And sometimes you don't get a second chance! When we've all got a limited time on this Earth - you kinda want to get most of it right - the first time! The Second Chance Supper Club was chock full … Continue reading The Second Chance Supper Club by Nicole Meier
Flying Alone was something I knew I had to read. I know several people who suffer from Multiple Sclerosis. Including my most best friend since I was seven years old. She's brave, and courageous, and pretty darn awesome. And most of the time - she "seems fine." I think that's the biggest misunderstanding of MS. … Continue reading Flying Alone: A Memoir by Beth Ruggiero York