This promotion is hosted by Kathy from I Am A Reader and features 12 of her favorite authors whose books you can trust to be clean, fun and 100% worth reading!
I loved this book! Lizzy and Jane is one of those stories you just effortlessly slip into. I read it in one sitting because I just couldn’t put it down. I’m a HUGE Austen fan, and anything that ties into her books immediately piques my interest.
A Night Divided is a story about the Berlin Wall, told through twelve-year-old Gerta’s perspective. Overnight, a wall has divided Gerta’s family. Click to read my review of this suspenseful, page-turning, historical adventure.
Our family likes to put together this homemade holiday potpourri every year around Thanksgiving and Christmas. We love this blend of fruit and spices which fills our home with sweet aromatic frangrances and ushers in the holiday cheer!
Sarah Eden is a must read. She has such a gentle way of writing that transports the reader back to another time. Her characters are flawed with insecurities and weaknesses to overcome which makes them human. Romancing Daphne is no exception.
The Ordinary Princess was one of my favorite books growing up. This book is well loved, as you can see from the picture. It has been read dozens of times by me to many friends and family! As with many fairy tales, this story begins with a fairy ‘gift’ bestowed upon Her Serene and Royal Highness, the Princess Amethyst Alexandra Augusta Araminta Adelaide Aurelia Anne of Phantasmorania, also known as Amy.
The first of a duology, Larson expertly weaves a story set in a world of magic with a re-telling of Swan Lake in Dark Breaks the Dawn. The title and cover of Dark Breaks the Dawn are beautiful and gives insight into the storyline.
Make an inviting, cobblestone-inspired, decorative garden path with this step-by-step guide and turn a neglected area of your yard into a retreat you can enjoy for years to come. This eye-catching decorative garden path can be created by forming concrete into stones. You’ll need minimal tools for the project which can be done in a few easy steps and over time as your schedule permits.
Given to me by a good friend many years ago, Meredith, the Witch Who Wasn’t, still remains one of my favorites. It is a fun, uplifting Halloween story with themes of gifts, following your heart, and acceptance. Readers can enjoy this book any time throughout the year. As the title suggests, Meredith was a witch who…continue reading
I discovered I’ll See You in Paris while shelving some books at the city library, and fell in love with both the cover and the title! Although not much of this book actually takes place in Paris, the title is what drew me to this book. This book begins with Laurel and Annie (mother and daughter)…continue reading