Category Archives: Discussion Topic

Top Ten Tuesday: Long Book Titles

Welcome to another TTT!  This week’s topic is about super long book titles.  I decided that a long book title is five words or more and I’m sticking with books I’ve read.  Enjoy!   Zen and the Art of Vampires (Dark Ones #6) by Katie MacAlister The Wolf Who Played With Fire (Cry Wolf #3)

Tell Me Something Tuesday: Comfort Foods & Reads

Tell Me Something Tuesday is a weekly discussion post where bloggers discuss a wide range of topics from books and blogging to life in general. Weigh in and join the conversation by adding your thoughts in the comments. If you want to do your own post, grab the question and answer it on your blog.

Top Ten Tuesday: Book Covers with Fall Colors/Vibes

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Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl.  For upcoming topics, and more information on Top Ten Tuesday, visit Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl.   Today’s topic is: Book Covers with Fall Colors/Vibes    I picked these books for their vibrant fall colors. When I think of fall I think of red, orange,

Basic HTML’s I Like To Use

Over the years I’ve come to realize and learn that HTML is essential in blogging.  As a blogger we need to have a few basic items in our repertoire to help make our posts look better.  Below I’m going to share some BASIC HTML’s I’ve come to rely on over the years. First you may

Fall Book Tag

I found this tag on a GRAT read & she found it at Conerfolds. The tag is created by Bionic Bookworm!   WELCOME TO THE FALL BOOK TAG   Crisp Fall Air – A Book That Felt Fresh and New Southern Spirits and others in the series have made me happy this year. They are fun cozy

Back to School Book Tag!

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I found this tag on Lili Lost in a Book who found it on That Book Gal.   All pictures either link to my review or purchase link on Amazon.   English Name your favorite author’s (or books) writing style. Top Six Favorite Author’s: Ilona Andrews (UF/PNR), Patricia Briggs (UF/PNR), Nalini Singh (UF/PNR), Felicity Heaton

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Loved but Never Reviewed

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Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl.  For upcoming topics, and more information on Top Ten Tuesday, visit Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. Today’s topic is: Books I Loved but Never Reviewed I’ve got a list on Goodreads that are books I’ve read, but still need reviewing.  I used to be really

Death at High Tide (Island Sisters Mystery) by Hannah Dennison ~ #BookTour

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  Death at High Tide (Island Sisters Mystery) by Hannah Dennison Cozy Mystery 1st in Series Publisher: Minotaur Books (August 18, 2020) Hardcover: 304 pages Death at High Tide is the delightful first installment in the Island Sisters series by Hannah Dennison, featuring two sisters who inherit an old hotel in the remote Isles of

Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Colors In the Titles

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You can participate at anytime. Here are the topics page for each week. This week topic is Books with Colors In the Titles.  All the books featured except for Blue Blooded are ones I’ve read and enjoyed.  All the book covers link back to my review or buy link.  As you can see a lot

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I’ve Added to my TBR and Forgotten Why

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Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.  This Tuesday we are talking about our TBR and the books we’ve added that we forgot why we added them in the first place to that Mountain of a Reading Pile. June 9: Books I’ve Added to my TBR and Forgotten Why (stolen from Louise

Top Ten Tuesday: Lines That Grabbed/Opening Lines

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The Top Ten is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. All the books featured here are 4 or 5 Stars.  Some I’ve re-read/listened to multiple times.  I decided to share the opening paragraphs from the books that grabbed me.  The pictures take you to my review or affiliate link.   May 26: Opening Lines (Best,

Lay out the Beach Towel – It’s Summer Book Tag!

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 I found this tag on Lili Lost in a Book and she saw it on Emily the Book Nerd.   What book cover makes you think of summer? I read Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy.  Most of those covers aren’t to summer like.  I have dived into a few Contemporary Romance/Western Romance’s and one is The

The Burning Bookish Questions: The Quarantine Edition

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I found these questions over at Drizzle & Hurricane Books.  They’ve started a new type of fun posts called The Burning Bookish Questions. “How it works? Is that the sisters through each other a couple of random questions, keywords or themes and they answer them with a book. It looks a little bit like any book

Romance Reader Book Tag

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I found this tag over on Delighted Reader and she found it on Under the Covers blog. The tag was created by Romance Queen of Booktube and Not Just Romance Novels. This is a fun tag to showcases my love for the romance genre.   1. How old was I when I started reading romance? I started in

The #StayAtHome Diaries Tag!

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I found this tag over at Sunny Buzzy Books.  The original creator is For What It’s Worth.  Feel free to answer in the comments or post on your blog & leave a link so we can stop by and check it out!   Last thing you googled? What’s an adverb, adjective, and noun…. It’s back

Library Lovers Book Tag!

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I found this tag on Lili Lost in a Book. This tag was created by PiandBooks! April is Library Month.  National Library Week is celebrated April 19-25, 2020 this year.  “It is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation’s libraries and librarians and to promote library use and support.” Library Lovers Book Tag! How

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Bought Because They Were On Sale

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Hosted by ThatArtsyReaderGirl.com Well since the spread of COVID-19.  Many books have popped up ON SALE.  I love grabbing ebooks at a discount; especially if I’ve had my eye on them.  The covers don’t hurt too in drawing me in.  Some I’ve read on KU others I’ve not read yet, but just couldn’t help picking

25 Questions Tag – Facts About Me

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Found this tag over at Emily The Book Nerd and she found it at Life of Gibbers. What is your middle name? Elizabeth What was your favorite subject at school? Music & Drama What is your favorite drink? La Crox, Diet Coke, & Ice Tea What is your favorite song at the moment? What Makes

The Valentine’s Day Book Tag

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Found this tag on No BS Book Reviews and she found it on Kimberlyfaye Reads. STANDALONE BOOK YOU LOVE Everything I read is part of a series. Some of the books can be read as standalone, but I don’t recommend doing that. I prefer to read in order. Now back to this question, hmmm… a standalone

Tell Me Something Tuesday: What Do You Read in Winter?

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For me when I think of Winter it is Nov. Dec. and maybe Jan. I live in California now and those months are the coldest as well as the rainiest months. No snow unless you head to Tahoe. These months are busy, we’ll mainly Nov. and Dec., so I find myself diving into books I