In this episode, I cover my legit biographies of James Monroe, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and both Bush presidents. I can’t believe how long it has taken me to make another episode of the actual challenge. I hope you’re enjoying the supplemental videos, I guess?
After Realm Breaker let me down, I was so scared that Brigid Kemmerer’s new series might do the same. Thankfully, I can say it did NOT! I loved it, and I can’t wait to tell you why.
This book did one of the things I hate the most with one of my most problematic tropes. It could have been so cute, but it made me squirm. Sigh. Do with this little ranty bit what you will.
I was tagged by the lovely Josh from Literary Gladiators to do this tag in this video: https://youtu.be/_IbEKS3WQs4 This tag was originally created by Kari from Very Literary Kari, in this video: https://youtu.be/xEXZByQulIc. I did not tag anyone because I don’t know anyone other than Josh who would be interested in this Presidential history tag. If you want to go for it, consider yourself invited!
My personal QUEEN of historical romance has a new book out, and it is a story I’ve been waiting for since my favorite book of hers EVER. Does that sound like a high bar or what? Let me tell you how it faired!
This book was SO well-timed and just so amazingly good. I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to read a Beth O’Leary book!
Wherein we discuss the ways how we rate books has changed over time as well as the influence of The Story Graph’s ability to use partial stars. Here you will hear our opinions on rating in general as well and it might give you some insight into our rating system when we do reviews in general.
I wanted this to be so good. I had such high hopes. And one side of the pairing absolute is the cutest cinnamon bun. But there’s an issue when I think the other half … isn’t. Here we go!
Trying out something a little bit different today with a list of books I couldn’t stop talking about on the road trip vacation I took recently with my partner, complete with some trip pictures!
Wherein Michaela and myself talk to you about the romp of a good time hippo rangling diverse novel set in an alternate timeline 1890s. If you like heist plots, diverse characters respecting each other, and … well … hippo wrangling do we have a recommendation for you!