Tag Archives: Virginia Smith

Top Ten Tuesday – Animal Inspiration

Happy Tuesday, book lovers! This week’s Top Ten Tuesday post is all about titles. Technically, the topic according to That Artsy Reader Girl is Frequently used words in ________ Titles, with __________ being where you insert genre of your choice. Well, I … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Need to Read Again

Hello, book lovers! Welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday brought to you by That Artsy Read Girl. Today’s official topic is Books I Really Liked But Can’t Remember Anything/Much About. In my world, that translates to Books I Really Need to Read … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday – Unique Book Titles

Welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday post! The girls at The Broke and the Bookish have come up with a really fun topic this week: Top Ten Unique Book Titles. I have to admit, I was a little stumped for … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday – Ten Series Recommendations for Lovers of Small-Town Settings

Top Ten Tuesday is back! The girls at The Broke and the Bookish have given us a certain amount of free rein this week with the topic of Ten Book Recommendations for . . .  After much umming and ahhing I … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday – Motherhood

Today’s Top Ten Tuesday with the girls at The Broke and the Bookish has a motherhood theme, for obvious reasons. I don’t know about anyone else, but my Facebook feed over the weekend made it clear that Mother’s Day is a day … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday – Hidden Gems and Underrated Books I Read in 2016

Want to hear a funny story?  I’ve been planning on mixing up my blog posts a bit this year, now that I’m settling into the book blogging community and discovering all the fun things that go on.  One of the things I thought I would do this year is Top Ten Tuesday, masterminded by the […]

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Best of 2016 – Part 2

If you’ve read my Best of 2016 post, you’ll know I promised a post where I highlighted books according to various memorable features.  Well, this has turned out to be Part 1 of that list.  Which actually makes it Part … Continue reading

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More Christmas Fiction!

Time for another instalment of my Christmas novella spotlight posts 🙂  This week I have Eva Marie Everson’s God Bless Us Every One, which weaves themes from Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol through the God Bless Us Every One by … Continue reading

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The Room with the Second-Best View (Virginia Smith) – Review

  Publisher’s Description The B&B Is Open for Business! Shhh… Excitement is in the air in Goose Creek, Kentucky, as the small town prepares to celebrate its 150th anniversary and the veterinarian’s upcoming wedding. But trouble is brewing in this … Continue reading

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Renovating the Richardsons (Virginia Smith) – Review

       She extended a hand toward Frieda. “I’m Tuesday Love.”      Frieda’s arm halted in the act of rising, but she recovered quickly. “Tuesday Love. What an interesting name. I’m Frieda Devall.”      “And I’m Millie Richadson.” Mille stepped forward to shake … Continue reading

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