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Inside Out by Anastasia Amour Book Review and Special Discount Code

Okay, this is seriously one of the most exciting book reviews I have ever done! Ever since Anastasia (the positive body-image guru and all-around awesome boss lady of sent Inside Out my way to review I have been giddy with such utter delight and keeping it a secret was almost painful! Fan-girl freaking out… Continue reading Inside Out by Anastasia Amour Book Review and Special Discount Code

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Reading List for April

As promised, here is my book list & mini-reviews for April. Enjoy... First up is Georgette Heyer's Regency World by Jennifer Kloester. Like many, I am thoroughly obsessed with the Regency era in England (hello Jane Austen!) and having read several of Georgette Heyer's novels, this was quite the treat. It really provides a wonderful… Continue reading Reading List for April


Reading List for March

So, time has totally flown by, hence my March reading list/book review happening at the end of April rather then at the beginning. Oopsie-doo! Anyway, here's what I read in March and a few thoughts about each... First up is A Lady Raised High by Laurien Gardner. Historical fiction about the Tudors, specifically Anne Boleyn?… Continue reading Reading List for March


Reading List for February

Happy World Book Day (at least for the UK & Ireland)! In celebration of this (though I never really need a reason to celebrate books and reading!), I figured I'd share my completed February reading list. There is really no rhythm or reason to what I read or when I read it, I just go… Continue reading Reading List for February


Reading List for January

I've always been something of an avid, voracious reader (I can be so into a book that people have a difficult time getting through to me until I come up for air, and once I am done reading, it can take a little while for me to readjust to "real life") and I was thinking… Continue reading Reading List for January

Musings and Mutterings

Forever Amber

Forever Amber is probably one of my all-time, if ever trapped on a deserted island, must have favorite books. I first stumbled upon it in about 11th grade and I consumed it in less than three days (at that time I was an obsessive, obsessive (not to be confused with my now slightly more 'normal'… Continue reading Forever Amber