Giveaway: Books, tote, tea and more

Head over to my Instagram @readvoraciously to enter my giveaway to win a stack of books and a tote from G.P. Putnam Sons, a package of Reading Nook Blend tea from Plum Deluxe (review here), and a pair of socks from Socks and I (review here). There is a second place option for the tote, … Continue reading Giveaway: Books, tote, tea and more

Book Review: The Address by Fiona Davis

For some reason, this has me all stirred up. I guess because all this— the building, the tenants, the history inside these walls— it means something to me. I know it affects you the same way. Alternating between 1885 and 1985 in New York City and the narratives of two women, The Address tells the story … Continue reading Book Review: The Address by Fiona Davis

13 Hilarious Book Dedications- via BookBub

Click the link to see the list of 13 humorous book dedications guaranteed to make you LOL and likely read the accompanying book. Read voraciously.  

A Look Back at My Favorite Books of 2017 Part 1: January-June

Hello again blog family! I thought it was best to commemorate the half-way point of 2017 with a look back at some of my favorite reads this year. I am only focusing on books published and reviewed between January and June even though I have already read three amazing books that publish the beginning of … Continue reading A Look Back at My Favorite Books of 2017 Part 1: January-June

Preview: July TBR and June Reviews

Hello all! I'm back again with an other preview. I read 8 books in June which was so fabulous! I am setting a pretty steady pace to catch up with some books on my backlist and just may be able to fit in a "just-for-fun" book or two. Fingers-crossed. Here is a look at what … Continue reading Preview: July TBR and June Reviews

Books and Virtual Reality- via BookRiot

The possibilities for a coexistence and possible flourishing partnership between literature and virtual reality are explored. Read voraciously.

Book Review: The Lost Letter by Jillian Cantor

The sudden cold butt of the gun against her temple surprised her. She didn't even let out a cry before the man grabbed her arm, and the letters fell from her hands, onto the unblemished snow. In Austria in 1938 the Nazi party is gaining a foot-hold and Kristoff is forced to witness Jewish families … Continue reading Book Review: The Lost Letter by Jillian Cantor