Book Review: The Case of the Very Bad Cat

“I’m Mia. I know how to write. Why’s that a big deal? Because… I’m a cat.”  After nearly being discovered by the scientists from Caput Laboratories and having to fake her own death, Mia has been lying low. As Christmas approaches, she gets herself temporarily adopted by College-Guy, also known as Tommy.  Something is afoot in the neighborhood, … More Book Review: The Case of the Very Bad Cat

Book Review: The Matchmakers of Holly Circle

“Flirtation can be an art, or so they say. Well, if so, Ruth and Richard are “the old masters” of the flirting game. Despite their strictly platonic relationship, there’s “something there,” as so many of their friends and families say. Neighbors and friends for ten years, neither seems willing to change the course of their … More Book Review: The Matchmakers of Holly Circle

A Christmas-y Update

Apparently blogging on schedule is not my thing during December. XD Sorry to leave you all in the lurch, though I have been having a great time celebrating and preparing for Christmas. ❤ My family and I are doing Advent again this year, and this time we’ve added watching Bible project theme videos to our … More A Christmas-y Update

The Christmas Duet Blog Tour: Rebekah Morris Interview + Book Spotlights

Rebekah Morris and Faith Blum have teamed up for a fun Christmas Duet Blog Tour! Why “Christmas Duet”? Because both books have titles that have to do with a Christmas song, that’s why! Be sure to check out the giveaway. 😉 Today I’m spotlighting both books, and I’ll also be interviewing Rebekah. Let’s get started! … More The Christmas Duet Blog Tour: Rebekah Morris Interview + Book Spotlights

Just Memes

You know those author bloggers who sometimes just drop a meme and call it a blog post? There are two main reasons this happens… The author doesn’t want to blog that day out of laziness, tiredness, or uninspiredness. The author spent their day writing, and therefore is out of words and should not have to … More Just Memes

Book Review: The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street

“The Vanderbeekers have always lived in the brownstone on 141st Street. It’s practically another member of the family. So when their reclusive, curmudgeonly landlord decides not to renew their lease, the five siblings have eleven days to do whatever it takes to stay in their beloved home and convince the dreaded Beiderman just how wonderful … More Book Review: The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street