Monday Musings: A Well Read Woman has been Nominated for yet another Liebster Award!

Hey everyone! Today I was informed by Jack Scovell, an oldschool Harlequin, that I have been nominated for another Liebster Award! Thank you Jack! You can check out his blog here. 🙂 While it feels like a bit of a chain letter, since you are required to nominate other blogs, really it also helps to […]

Fantasy Friday! Book Review: A Perpetual Mimicry, by K.P. Ambroziak

  “What would you give, my friend, to regain your star?”  I wish I could see inside the mind of K.P. Ambroziak. I love the stories and characters she creates. She is an AMAZING author. A Perpetual Mimicry rendered me speechless. The story is dark and twisted, and oh so interesting. An absolutely unique tale! Banished […]

Talk Wordy to Me Wednesday: The Tattered Quilt by Wanda E. Brunstetter, Book Review & Discussion

The Tattered Quilt, an Amish fiction by Wanda E. Brunstetter, finds Emma Yoder Miller teaching yet another quilting class with a new group of individuals who are all in need of ‘repair’ themselves. Selma, Jan’s, (from the previous story), neighbor, is a grouchy busybody who thinks she knows it all about quilting. Terry, also Jan’s […]

Monday Musings: E-Books, Share at Your Own Risk

I admit, E-books aren’t my favorite. I prefer the feel of a bound book in my hands. I like turning the crisp pages. I like the smell of books. I like having stacks of books, and arranging them on book shelves. I like going to bookstores, and libraries, browsing the shelves for a good book… […]

Book Review: Cemetery Tours, by Jacqueline Smith

Michael Sinclair lives a quiet, single, unassuming life, working for a library and um, well… seeing ghosts. Michael may be a medium but he doesn’t take advantage of his special ability. For he feels nothing good comes from interfering in the affairs of the dead. That is until Gavin and his cute sister Kate move […]

Cover Reveal! Silent Starsong, by T.J. Wooldridge

Eleven-year-old Kyra is meant to continue the Starbard’s proud family legacy of interpreting the future from the stars’ songs. Her deafness, incurable by the best medics, breaks her mother’s heart and pushes her father to explore anything to help his little girl–including the expensive purchase of a telepathic alien servant to help Kyra communicate on a […]

A Well Read Woman Blog has been nominated for The Liebster Award!

Thanks to Author Jacqueline Smith, A Well Read Woman Blog has been nominated for the Liebster Award! Thank you kindly Jackie for nominating me! A Liebster Award is a blog award presented to bloggers, by other bloggers. It is just a nice way to give your fellow blogger a pat on the back, and hopefully […]

Book Review: The Husband’s Secret, by Liane Moriarty

“My darling Cecilia, if you’re reading this, then I’ve died…” Cecilia stumbles upon a letter from her still very alive husband, and struggles with whether or not to open it. She tucks it away, and tells her husband what she found, and judging by his reaction she NEEDS to open this letter. When she finally […]

Guess who’s stopping by? Blog Tour with Rasheedah Prioleau!

Review and book excerpt, (provided by author), to be published February 3rd! Welcome Rasheedah Prioleau to A Well Read Woman Blog!

Book Review: Tasha Tudor’s Garden

“Tasha never wastes a leaf: The spoils are fed to the hens. And that, in a nutshell is Tasha’s philosophy of life. Not a moment, not an action, not a leaf is ever wasted.” I love Tasha’s way of thinking, and her way of life in general. This book was nothing but inspiring, full of […]

Book Review: Sprinkle With Murder, by Jenn McKinlay

“Cupcake? She knew as a female entrepreneur, she shouldn’t let him get away with calling her such a frivolous nickname. But darn it, it made her feel breathless the way he said it in his low voice accompanied by his slow grin. And she liked it.” Mel and Angie, co-workers and best friends, own The […]

Book Review: Something Returned, by Jerrie Brock

“I don’t know what happened that night, I swear to God. But I know a person died in my presence and there’s a very real possibility I killed him.” In the follow up story to Something Taken, Melissa McCurdy, aka Terry Roche, receives a disturbing note in the mail telling her that they have reopened […]

A Well Read Woman Blog E-Book Giveaway: Enter to Win! “Home Again, Home Again”, by Nadine Christian

Welcome all! Author Nadine Christian has generously offered to give away E-Books to three very lucky winners! This giveaway is for the second book in the Bounty’s Retreat series, Home Again, Home Again! A romance novel with a tropical twist! The Rafflecopter contest starts tonight, 1/6 at 12 am EST, and ends 01/14! I HIGHLY recommend this […]