This is MY “best books of 2019” list, my personal favorite reads of 2019! Consider it my standing ovation and enthusiastic cry "ENCORE!" for the authors and publishers of these stories.
I'm excited to share (and frankly, a little intimidated by) my list of highly anticipated early 2020 reads! Y'all are encouraged to drop titles on your wishlist in the comments so we can squeal over them together!
Top Ten Tuesdays topic this week is: "Favorite Bookmarks!" I am an avid bookmark fan but there's no way I could choose just ten so I'm diving deeper into the books themselves with book extras!
I'm a bit late linking up with That Artsy Reader Girl for Top Ten Tuesday (but I just wanted to read last night)! The topic this week is: "Books I’d Give Different Titles To (and tell us what title you’d pick!)" I'm sharing books with names instead!
I'm excited to join with ECPA and JustRead Publicity Tours in spreading the word about The Art of Writing Conference & The Christy Award® Gala 2019!!
I'm always happy to share the stories I love most once or twice (or thrice) more so let's chat about MY Favorite Reads of early 2019 then I want to hear YOURS!
Hello, reader friends! Join me in welcoming author friend Mesu Andrews for a little chat and giveaway celebrating Of Fire and Lions!
I am in grave danger of being crushed by my tbr stack! Seriously, if y'all don't hear from me on social media, send help! Here are my most highly anticipated new releases for January through April! Look for reviews, spotlights, and/or giveaways of these titles here on Faithfully Bookish or Hope By The Book magazine.
Hello, reader friends! Welcome to February! As some of you may have noticed, I have been and will be a bit scarce while we work on our flooring project over the next few weeks but I'll be posting updates and book mail from time to time on Instagram.
Hi, reader friends! Today, we welcome our author friend Mesu Andrews as part of a book tour for her new release! Gifted Bible teacher and award-winning author Mesu Andrews reaches into the pages of Biblical prophecy and Hebrew tradition to unearth a rags-to-royalty story of the devastated orphan, Ishma in Isaiah’s Daughter: A Novel of Prophets and Kings.