Month: October 2017

Book Reviews

Book Review: Find Her by Lisa Gardner

Dear Bookworms, Ooooo-eeeee do I have a good thriller for you guys this week! Kidnapped seven years ago while on a college spring break trip, Flora Dane spent 472 days learning just how much she can endure, and what she would do to survive. Much of her time was spent locked in a wooden coffin, […]

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Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden: Chinese Lantern Festival

Always one to explore local festivals and exhibits, when I heard that Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden would be hosting a Chinese Lantern Festival I, of course, had to check it out.  Located just outside of Charlotte, NC in nearby Belmont Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is a quick trip down 85. I had actually never visited […]

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Book Review: Black Waters by India R. Adams

Dear Bookworms,  This weeks read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. Y’all know I love me some India R. Adams (#indieauthorsrock) so after I gushed about how much I enjoyed Blue Waters, India sent over it’s companion, Black Waters. Bookworm score! I started the book thinking it was a […]

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Myrtle Beach, SC: Pirate Voyage and more

I have been to Myrtle Beach, SC hundreds of times, and every single time we go I look at the billboards advertising Pirate Voyage and my inner child bursts with excitement. Unfortunately, we never have the time to go check it out…until this summer.  When hubby stated out loud “who wants to see pirates?” I […]

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Book Review: Blue Waters by India R. Adams

Dear Bookworms,  This weeks read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. Whitney (Whit) Summers leads an exceptionally privileged life (much to her chagrin). Her dream of becoming a professional dancer is scoffed by her parents who have lofty goals of her graduating her elite prep school, and attending Harvard […]

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Book Review: Madam Tulip by David Ahern

Dear Bookworms, This weeks read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review.  Living in Ireland, Derry O’Donnell is hard pressed to find work as an actress. Hailing from America, she hasn’t be cast in anything successful and is on the verge on being financially cut off from her mother when […]

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Book Review: Meritopia by Joel Ohman

Dear Bookworms, This weeks read was provided to me for free by the author in exchange for an honest review. Charley and his crew are once again on the run. Fleeing Meritorium after a bloody battle in the Venatio, they must make their way across unfamiliar lands in their pursuit of the Czar in a […]

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Book Review: Meritorium by Joel Ohman

Dear Bookworms, This weeks read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review.  So book two in the Meritropolis series picks up right where book one ends. Charley, Hank, Sandy, Grigor, Orson, and the remaining citizens of Meritopia have fled beyond the decimated walls on a quest to find Meritorium where […]

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Book Review: Meritropolis by Joel Ohman

Dear Bookworms, This book was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. Meritropolis is the last known refuge for the human race. After “The Event” wiped out civilization as we know it, a system was implemented to ensure the smooth running of Metropolis and it’s finite resources. Every citizen is assigned […]

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Book Review: Aaru by David Meredith

Dear Bookworm, This weeks week was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. You may recall I reviewed David Meredith’s first book, The Reflections of Queen Snow White, sometime last year (read that review here if you missed it!). When David reached out to me to read his newest novel, Aaru, […]

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