Holding on Loosely – LSBBT

HOLDING ON LOOSELY by DANA KNOX WRIGHT Genre: Narrative Nonfiction / Memoir / Self Help Publisher: Carpenter's Son / Clovercroft Publishing Date of Publication: August 24, 2021 Number of Pages: 208 pages Scroll down for giveaway! Helicopter parents. Control freaks. Perfectionists. Intolerants. Over-consumers. Social media junkies. We all fit in there somewhere. Read one woman’s … Continue reading Holding on Loosely – LSBBT

What Lies Beneath Texas – LSBBT

WHAT LIES BENEATH TEXAS: PIONEER CEMETERIES AND GRAVEYARDS by Cynthia Leal Massey Genre: Regional History/ 19th Century/ Landmarks & Monuments/ Travel Pictorial Publisher: TwoDot Date of Publication: August 1, 2021 Number of Pages: 400 pages w/77 B&W photos Scroll down for Giveaway! Texas, the second largest state, both in land mass and population, has more … Continue reading What Lies Beneath Texas – LSBBT

Quilting A LOT With A Little: My Adventures by Tiffini Love Sobhani

I would like to be a crafty person, but I struggle with the creative part.  Give me a pattern or instructions and I can usually accomplish a project.  This book appealed to me because the author is all about letting creativity surround you instead of the rules of how everything should be.  By sharing her … Continue reading Quilting A LOT With A Little: My Adventures by Tiffini Love Sobhani

Democracy of Dollars: Where Natural and Constitutional Rights Go To the Highest Bidder by Richard Jacobs

This is an intense read.  Not just because of the subject matter but because of the high level research and presentation that went into the book.  I read this book in small batches to give myself time to comprehend and concentrate on the issues addressed.  While the author says, it is not a law or … Continue reading Democracy of Dollars: Where Natural and Constitutional Rights Go To the Highest Bidder by Richard Jacobs

Geckos & Guns: The Pakistan Years by Sharon Bazant

Do you have a high schooler?  Think about moving them out of their home during this time – and not just that but to an entirely different country.  That’s exactly what this author and her husband did, and the family survived!  The book is definitely a story of resilience and perseverance.  The author gave the … Continue reading Geckos & Guns: The Pakistan Years by Sharon Bazant

Tequila Mockingbird, Cocktails with a Literary Twist by Tim Federle

When a fellow book blogger gives you a gift of a book, you know you’re in for something special.  Thanks to JuliaPicks1 I had the pleasure of spending almost a week slowly savoring this book.  Each page is a small summary of a literary work follow by a drink inspired by the book.  After starting … Continue reading Tequila Mockingbird, Cocktails with a Literary Twist by Tim Federle