A Month Of Faves 2019

A Month of Faves 2019 | Challenges and Goals #amonthoffaves #orangecountyreads

We are wrapping up the month with Girlxoxo and Traveling with T for the annual #AMonthofFaves blog event – a fun way to recap the year that was. Get all the details here! This will be my second year participating! (Click here to see last year’s posts!)   THU. | Dec. 26 – #AMonthofFaves Challenges […]

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Author Spotlight

Interview with Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke | In Their Own Words #lizandlisa #thetwolilabennetts #sundaysessions

I’m thrilled and honored to introduce two fantastic women to the Sunday Sessions. Liz and Lisa are easily my favorite writing duo. They write edgy domestic suspense, they’re friendship is adorable and real and they are warm and approachable. They are major social media gurus and host epic giveaways! These women champion the little free […]

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Author Spotlight

Interview with Kaira Rouda | In Their Own Words #kairarouda #thefavoritedaughter #sundaysessions

I’m so pleased to welcome one of my favorite local authors to the blog. Kaira Rouda is the author of several books including her two most recent titles, BEST DAY EVER and THE FAVORITE DAUGHTER. Here’s my review of her latest. I’ve met Kaira several times and she has such a sweet and magnetic happy […]

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Author Spotlight

Interview with Alexa Kingaard | In Their Own Words #authorinterview #mynameisrose #acornpublishing #sundaysessions

Please welcome local author Alexa Kingaard to the blog and enjoy getting to know her background and her inspirations! You can read my complete review of My Name is Rose HERE, but in short… I loved reading about the bucolic life on a commune, the space to explore, the sense of accomplishment that comes from […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review and Interview | The Scribbled Victims by Robert Tomoguchi #authorsoftheOC #thescribbledvictims

Genre: Paranormal, Vampires Published: February 28, 2017 Pages: 340 There’s a saying about how books always seem to find their reader, and this is especially true of this book… I haven’t read a good vampire novel in years. It’s not my preferred genre even though I devoured everything Anne Rice wrote in the 90s, loved […]

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