The Mad Girls of New York: Telling The Truth Can Set Others Free

I've written about it here before (probably years ago now), but I will pretty much read any book that has anything to do with Nellie Bly. I first learned about her in an abnormal psychology class in college and I have been interested in her ever since. So when I heard about this book, I knew I had to read it. And luckily, it was exactly what I wanted it to be! Let's discuss!

A Lullaby of Witches by Hester Fox: The Power of the Past

This is a tough review to write. To say I loved Hester Fox's The Witch of Willow Hall and The Widow of Pale Harbor would be an understatement. They are gorgeous books. Hester Fox has put out two books since then and...I haven't loved either of them half as much. It feels like her writing has changed or something. I don't know. But let's discuss her most recent book: A Lullaby of Witches.

The Earl’s Lady Geologist by Alissa Baxter Blog Tour: Spotlight and Giveaway

Romance and fossils and geological societies, OH MY!! The Earl's Lady Geologist by Alissa Baxter has all these things and more. There's also a heroine that sneaks into places she's "not supposed" to be and a lord she can't stand but who she must work with on a paper. If that's catalyst for banter, I… Continue reading The Earl’s Lady Geologist by Alissa Baxter Blog Tour: Spotlight and Giveaway