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November Wrap-Up!

It's crazy that another month is over and with that we are starting the last month of the year. 2020 has both felt like it has gone on forever as well as if it has flown by really quickly. I can't believe this year is almost over already. In just a few days, we will... Continue Reading →

Sunday Lineup (11.29.2020)

While I usually lament the fact that this post means my weekend is over, I won't do so this time. It means I'm just a little closer to the day where I will find out some important (and hopefully good) info for my family next week. Keep your fingers crossed for me! The anticipation is... Continue Reading →

Sunday Lineup (11.22.2020)

Another week went by and so did the weekend sadly. I had some great and some not so great reading this weekend. I went from a really high high to a really low low with my books. I actually DNFed an ARC for the very first time this week and while I am very unhappy... Continue Reading →

Book Post from Kensington

As a reader, of course one of my favorite things is getting books in the mail. This has been especially exciting since I have started receiving ARCs and finished books from publishers, which is such a dream come true for me. My blog is named after my first dog, so this week's mail is especially... Continue Reading →

Sunday Lineup (11.15.2020)

Where has the weekend gone?? I can't believe it's already over. We had a pretty productive weekend though and I really enjoyed the time with my husband. I finished one of my favorite books of the year this week (that review will be up Tuesday!) and am working on the second one now. Kindle/Print Call... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Hill Women by Cassie Chambers

Hill Women // by Cassie Chambers Finding Family and a Way Forward in the Appalachian Mountains Pub Day: January 07, 2020 Publisher: Ballantine Books Synopsis: Nestled in the Appalachian mountains, Owsley County is one of the poorest counties in both Kentucky and the country. Buildings are crumbling and fields sit vacant, as tobacco farming and... Continue Reading →

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