Hello, reader friends! I still owe you some 2019 reviews! Deadly Deceit by Natalie Walters is one of my top favorite books of last year!
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.
Since Faithfully Bookish is all about connecting and encouraging, I thought I'd connect y'all with authors new to me in 2019 and encourage you to check them out for yourselves!
what kind of fictional experience are y’all in the mood for?! Not sure? Can’t decide? 2019 swoof reads are here for you!
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 late 2019 then I want to hear YOURS!
2019 is drawing to a close and in my year-end panic, I'd like to propose the addition of a month dedicated to reading, we'll name it Bookstember and everyone can live happily ever after! Maaaaybe I'd even be able to finish my entire list of wonderful 2019 books to be read if I had another month for nothing but reading!
It's time again to link up with That Artsy Reader Girl for Top Ten Tuesdays! The topic this week is: "Changes In My Reading Life!" From genres or topics to reading speed, frequency, or length preferences... life has a tendency to keep us on our toes when we'd rather be reading! Here are my bookish life lessons, ten things I've learned to do differently in my reading!
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 mid-2019 then I want to hear YOURS!
I'm linking up with That Artsy Reader Girl again for Top Ten Tuesday & the topic this week is: "Books I Enjoyed That Are Outside of My Comfort Zone." I enjoyed these stories so much that many of them are actually among my all-time favorites. Here's my standing ovation for ten authors (in alphabetical order) who crafted some of my favorite books from the fringes of my comfort zone!
Hi, reader friends! Are you ready for some highly anticipated late 2019 reads?! I don't know about y'all but I find that my tbr has grown quite a bit larger over the summer and I'm still making my way through previous lists! Not that I'm going to let a little thing like that slow me down...