Hello, reader friends! I hope y'all had a wonderful Easter weekend! My computer missed me over the long weekend... I fell into a few excellent stories and couldn't (or didn't want to) put them down which means I've set myself up for another blogging binge (it's a vicious cycle).
Tag: Kristy Cambron
The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron
A thirteenth century castle, Chateau de Doux Reves, has been forgotten for generations, left to ruin in a storybook forest nestled deep in France's picturesque Loire Valley. It survived a sacking in the French Revolution, was brought back to life and fashioned into a storybook chateau in the Gilded Age, ...
2017 top adventure reads
Hello, reader friends! Time to dive into day 4 of our year-end celebration so click here if you missed one of the earlier posts! Genres, time periods, settings... we love them all! SO, what kind of fictional experience are y'all in the mood for?! Not sure? Can't decide? I'm here for you! [...]
Cover Love: pretty dresses
While I've been busy reading, reading, reading... they aren't books I can share with y'all here on the blog, sorry! To make it up to you, let's have a little fun today, reader friends... and by fun, I obviously mean something bookish like drooling over covers and a giveaway!!! Whoop whoop! [...]
Kristy Cambron: author spotlight
Y'all!!! Today's featured author is a "new-to-me" favorite!!! Seriously, I have read one of her books and I love her, that's all it took! She's sharing some favorites about her newest release (y'all need to read it, really, really), her latest bookish news, and a giveaway!!! [...]
March was in like a lamb and out like a lion! I apologize for the increase in posts this past week, sickness sure throws careful planning for a loop. Here are the newest additions to my all-time favorites!
The Illusionist’s Apprentice by Kristy Cambron
Harry Houdni’s one-time apprentice holds fantastic secrets about the greatest illusionist in the world. But someone wants to claim them . . . or silence her before she can reveal them on her own. Boston, 1926. Jenny “Wren” Lockhart is a bold eccentric—even for a female vaudevillian.