To be honest, book review blogs abound on the internet. A recent Bing search for “Book Review Blogs” netted almost 250,000 hits! That’s a lot of blogs! So what could I do to make mine different? What would make it stand out more?
I started thinking about it the other night and then it hit me. I have always been a huge fan of book series. Whether it was the obvious one, (The Black Stallion by Walter Farley) or a not so obvious (Midnight Rainbow by Linda Howard) I love to read book series. More than that, I love series where characters from one book show up in another book. Of course, after starting to read The Lord of the Rings with book 2, I try my best to always start at the beginning!
I do have to warn you, my taste in reading material can vary quite widely. 😜 Although, in looking at my library, my tastes tend to run to Age-Play, Paranormal or Sci-Fi Romances. Although, here of late I’ve also started reading series that focus on Veterans. Folks, I sincerely hope you find something you like here!
BTW, did you figure out the two series I mentioned earlier? All of the first series has “Black Stallion” in the title. In the second series, a character from one book shows up in the next.
The Sunday Post #21-30 Week of July 19 – 24, 2021 – Book Reviews by the Reluctant Retiree
Welcome! Welcome to another Sunday Post. Available as a podcast, this post is a chance for me to wrap up my week. Also a chance for you, my readers, to catchup on any posts you might have missed. So enjoy! Books Reviews From Last Week Dragon in the Mist by Julia Mills Small Space Decorating … Continue reading “The Sunday Post #21-30”
A truly funny look at this world! Everard’s many food related pet nicknames for Harry will keep you in stitches throughout the entire book!
“I want what every woman wants. What I know I deserve,” she said. “I want to find happiness. I lived in a loveless marriage for too long, with a man who never really gave a shit about me. Who only saw me as someone to flaunt around his friends because our parents had money. He fell in love with my bank account. Not me.”