During World War II, three women join the ranks of United Kingdom’s Army as nurses. A debutante, an Irish lass, and an affluent woman hoping to become a doctor become friends amid the hardships of caring for men wounded in battle with little sleep, rationed food, and the constant danger of injury and death themselves.
The Tiger in the House Jacqueline Sheehan Genre: Fiction/Mystery From the first page to the last, it was difficult to put this book down. I was captivated from the very start. The Tiger in the House revolves around sisters Delia and Juniper as Delia is preparing to wrap up her career in child services. They … Continue reading Book Review: The Tiger in the House by Jacqueline Sheehan
The Tempest: A Gisborne Novel (The Gisbornes Book 1) Charlotte Hawkins Genre: Romance, Historical I chose this one for a light read. It didn’t disappoint. The Tempest is an alternate story in the time frame of Robin Hood but it isn’t about Hood. This story centers on Guy of Gisborne, a lord in the service … Continue reading Book Review: The Tempest by Charlotte Hawkins
Caverns & Creatures: Volume I By: Robert Bevan What if a group of table top role players found themselves physically dropped into the game world in the bodies of their characters? Well, the group of guys playing Caverns & Creatures get the answer to that question. When they anger the Cavern Master, they’re sent … Continue reading Book Review: Caverns & Creatures Vol I by Robert Bevan
The first draft of my work-in-progress (working title Oriana) is finished and I'm working away at the first edit. There's a lot of work to be done. I knew it was rough but as I'm reading through what I wrote, I'm seeing just how rough it is. Wow. I have so much work to do. … Continue reading Book Review: Daemons of Garaaga by Paul E. Cooley
It has been a while since I last wrote a book review. I've gotten behind and that makes me annoyed with myself more than anything. But it's a new year and I'll endeavor to do better. I'm using a journal that takes after the idea of bullet journals. I like it a lot in place … Continue reading Book Review: Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones
I apologize for the continuing lack of posts. My searches for good offerings of freebies has been coming up lacking. But I have a review for you today. If you're looking for something to read, give this one a look. Or check out the reviews of the first three novels in the series. Book Review: … Continue reading Book Review: Ghosts of Empire by Terry Mixon