Mystery

Engaged in Danger (Jamie Quinn Mystery #4) by Barbara Venkataraman

I am back after an unexpected hiatus! I originally intended to read a lot, and schedule posts for all the days that I would be offline but life is not clean and scheduled that way. My sister got married last week and that involved a lot of people and noise and obviously, I was not… Continue reading Engaged in Danger (Jamie Quinn Mystery #4) by Barbara Venkataraman

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Children's fiction

Blue Door #3 #4 by Pamela Brown

I seem to be on a roll with regards to children's fiction books. It may be that they seem to be smaller and easier to tackle at this time. Some of them hide some unexpected surprises like the two that I intend to tackle in this post. I reviewed the other books in the series… Continue reading Blue Door #3 #4 by Pamela Brown

Arts & Crafts& food, Non Fiction

Miso, Tempeh, Natto & Other Tasty Ferments by Kirsten K. Shockey; Christopher Shockey

Recently I began making Almond milk, and some form of almond cheese with the leftovers as my part of trying to reduce my waste contribution. I am not making much of headway but I am always on the lookout for new things to do. Since I am finally experimenting, this book came at the right… Continue reading Miso, Tempeh, Natto & Other Tasty Ferments by Kirsten K. Shockey; Christopher Shockey

Drama

Have You Seen Luis Velez? by Catherine Ryan Hyde

Narrator: Michael Crouch One of the Go-to authors for a well-told tale has done it again. I might actually like this best of the lot that I have read recently. I have reviewed a lot of the author's books on the blog:      This particular tale had the characteristic charm that accompanies her usual uplifting… Continue reading Have You Seen Luis Velez? by Catherine Ryan Hyde

Fantasy

Blue Lily, Lily Blue (The Raven Cycle #3) by Maggie Stiefvater

I reviewed the previous two books linked below, do read them before you begin this one if you haven't already I did not know (exactly) how prophetic my words from the last review were going to be in terms of understanding this third installment. There is one more to go and considering how we left… Continue reading Blue Lily, Lily Blue (The Raven Cycle #3) by Maggie Stiefvater