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Faithful by Alice HoffmanDate published: November 1, 2016Date finished: May 1, 2023Grade: A+ I must admit that I picked this book up because it was short. I had just a bit of the month left, and I wanted something short to get me through to the end of April (side note: I missed that by […]

The Feast by Margaret KennedyDate published: January 1, 1949Date finished: April 24, 2023Grade: B+ Sometimes it is best not to know too much going into a book. I knew next to nothing about this book other than it was marketed as an Agatha Christie-like mystery. This is nothing like anything Agatha Christie wrote and is […]

Wandering Souls by Cecile PinDate published: March 21, 2023Date finished; April 17, 2023Rating: A+ Some subjects are just hard to write about. When an author can create a story that tackles that subject head-on but with compassion and hope, they create a novel that must be read. Cecile Pin does just that thing with her […]

In today’s video, I’m talking about 3 books that, at one time, were among my favorites. Then…I started to realize things. Either the books or the authors were problematic enough for me to come to disdain these titles…

I’ve decided to switch from doing “sit down” weekly wrap ups to weekly vlogs. However, I decided to do this halfway through a month when I had originally planned to a month-long vlog. So, here are the first 2 weeks of April. After this, vlogs will be weekly (Friday night until Friday morning. (Ish)).

Kaitlin at Bandy’s Books asked me to recommend 3 books to her. I took up the challenge, and I think I did alright. I’ll know in a couple of weeks when she posts a video of what she thinks. In the meantime, here are my recommendations:

In this video, I cover: Books mentioned:The Golden Spoon by Jessa MaxwellIndependence by Chitra Banerjee DivakaruniThe Queen of Dirt Island by Donal RyanPeril at End House by Agatha ChristieDust Child by Nguyên Phan Quê MaiNight Wherever We Go by Tracey Ross PeytonVenCo by Cherie DimalineThe Mysterious Case of the Alperton Angels by Janice HallettAmari and […]