Where Do I Find My Books?

Recently I heard from one of my blog readers and friends, and she asked me where I find the books that I review. I thought that was a good question, and answered her… and then decided that possibly other blog readers are wondering the same thing! So if you have ever wondered where I find books, read on!

I have looked over the books that I have reviewed over the past year and have categorized them by where I got them/found out about them. (“Past year” is from the publishing of this post; the stats I gave my friend are slightly different since I’m publishing this about a month or so later than I answered her.) In this post, I would like to share those stats with you!

The majority of the books I review I find out about or get from other bloggers (Indie authors) or from other book review programs. This includes books I betaread, books I am given in exchange for an honest review, and books that I have seen positive reviews of on blogs/other sites that I trust and have decided to buy/ask my library to buy. 😛 Of the books that I have reviewed in the past year, twelve of them are in this category.

Coming in second place are books that I get from “other sources”. This includes books I borrow from friends/find out about from friends (other than online) or am given. I was actually surprised that this number is so high! Eight of the books I have reviewed in the last year are in this category.

The third source that I get books from is from my dad’s library! I’ve come to enjoy the challenge of reading more “grown up” books on theology, history, and the like, although sometimes they are very large books (I’ve been working on The Writings of John Leland for several months 😀 ). I’ve learned quite a bit from books that I borrowed from my dad, and I would recommend that you ask your dad for books to read if he has a library! Four of the books I reviewed in the last year are from my dad (I haven’t reviewed all of the books he’s let me borrow).

Coming in last place, the library is another place where I get books. I used to read and review a lot more books from the public library, but I have not found many good books there lately. However, some of the books in the first (Indie authors) and second (“other sources”) categories are also at my library, because I suggested they buy them. 😀 (And I’m being kind of generous in this category; two of the books I reviewed from the library I found out about from friends but were already at the library.) So this is not entirely scientific. 😉 Three of the books I’ve reviewed in the last year were from the library.

Well, now you know where I get my books from: online sources (Indie authors/book review programs), other sources (mostly friends), my dad, and the library!

Also, fun fact: according to this list, I’ve reviewed twenty-eight books in the past year! Since my schedule is to post every other week (and there are fifty-two weeks in a year), it went very well! (I’ve also reviewed a movie and written a couple other posts which were not reviews, so there were probably a couple blog tours where I posted extra.)

Where do you get most of your books? Where do you find out about most of your books? Let me know in the comments!

Protecting the Poor Cover Reveal!!

Today author Amanda Tero is releasing the cover for her newest book, Protecting the Poor! And I get to help let everyone know! 🙂 I have read and reviewed the previous two books in the series (although I just realized that I haven’t reviewed Befriending the Beast on this blog, you can read my review of The Secret Slipper here), and I was happy to help out with getting everyone excited up this upcoming book!!

About the Book: Sheriff Feroci is now lord over the province, and Abtshire has become a pit of injustice. Being forced into the lord’s service does not give Dumphey as many opportunities to help the poor as he desires. When attempts on his life drive him into the forest, this freedom opens a world of possibilities for helping others. But how can he do so when he is running for his life? And does God want him to do more than simply feed the poor?Noel has always hidden behind the shadow of his older brother, Dumphey. When life forces him to stand on his own, will he still followGod in the corrupt world in which he lives? Would God really call him todo something that is beyond his power to do?As Lord Feroci’s sinister plot comes to light, each lad has a choice to make. A choice that could cost them their lives.

Are you ready to see the new cover?!?!?!






Still waiting? Great! I hope you’re ready!





Presenting… the cover for Protecting the Poor, by Amanda Tero! *cues applause* *throws balloons and confetti everywhere*

Isn’t it cool?!?!?!? I’m looking forward to when the book is published. 🙂

And, as a reward for reading this post, you may now read the prologue!! Enjoy!

Prologue of “Protecting the Poor”

Lord Feroci slammed the desk with his fists. “I didn’t send you on a fool’s errand, Barat.” He clenched his teeth as he glared at the missive opened before him. “Aye, sir. I cannot help that others are the fools.” Feroci released his anger in a growl. Barat stood patiently, his arms crossed. “We’re losing time, Barat.” Barat didn’t respond. “You’re not doing enough.” He raised his head to glare at his man. Barat stared him down. Nothing could phase this man. Which was exactly why Feroci had him in his employ. But ’twas irksome at times. Feroci blew out his pent-up air and fell back into his chair. “What do you suggest?” Barat was the only man in Abtshire from whom he would even consider suggestions. The man had proven his loyalty on the battlefield, taking more than one scar for Feroci. Feroci had returned the favor as many times. They were in this together. Barat finally stepped forward, but he didn’t sit in the seat across Feroci. Instead, he took the missive from Feroci’s desk and held it at two corners. “I say, we do this…” He pulled at the paper and it ripped—something weak giving way to a greater force that commanded it. That sight alone gave Feroci strength and he nodded in satisfaction. “Aye. Something made from pulp cannot stand against an iron fist. They will give way.” “Call another meeting.” Barat layered the two pieces of paper and held them over one of the candles that shed light in the dim room. A small strand of smoke wove upward before the paper burst into flame. Extra light illuminated the room then dimmed as the paper turned into gray ash. “We know their weaknesses as well as their strengths. Use their weaknesses against them. Convince them that there is no other choice.” Feroci leaned forward and grabbed the quill he had dropped when Barat had entered. He ran his fingers across its smoothness before taking a clean paper. “Well put.” He dipped the quill in ink. “Matheny … ’tis a vast city, but given the right promise, the townspeople will rebel and overthrow Lord Nedry.” He wrote a few lines, shaping the concept that Barat had supplied. “Haar is closer to the king, so that could pose problems.” “Then wait on Haar. We’ve three cities between our province and them.” Feroci didn’t look up from his writing. “Lord Alexandre is on my side. If he works with me, mayhap we can claim the help of Belmis, Metz, and Kiralyn.” He paused at the last name. The anger that had dissipated boiled under the surface once more. “You can’t obtain Kiralyn—” “Curse you, man!” Feroci threw his quill at Barat. The man didn’t flinch. “We’ll have to overthrow Lord Kiralyn and sever any ‘blood ties’ to the king. I will obtain the throne.” He stood and his chair crashed backward. Obtaining Lord Trent’s domain from the king had been an easy task. The unfortunate lord had conveniently died in battle with no other witness besides Barat. The king had promoted Feroci from sheriff to lordship, giving him reign over Abtshire, Fordyce, and Keller. Controlling the latter two was nothing—they were mere hamlets compared to the likes of Matheny. Feroci had the talent and ability for so much more. He had to gain control before Yzebel gave birth to their child—his heir. It must be his heir. He had no use for a lass. But a son—a son he could shape and mold, without the meddling of others, to follow in his footsteps … aye, that son would establish their family as royalty forever. The land was now under the leadership of a man who had gone mad since his daughter’s return. Why had he named Princess Belle as heiress of the kingdom? She had left her father and had been raised by Lord and Lady Kiralyn. This, Feroci would know—he was one of the only lords the king didn’t refuse to see after the death of his wife. In the king’s dark hours of grief, he had made substantial promises to Feroci for his help. Promises that had blown away much like the ash of the letter Barat had burned. Feroci had written. Barat had spoken. Nothing would sway the king’s mind. He was going against all tradition of the land and naming a woman as leadership, should he pass before she married. “I can’t marry the lass myself, and I haven’t a son to do so. I will make the king pay,” Feroci hissed. He walked to the window and pulled back the drapes that blocked the fading daylight. A lad stood below, staring up at him. Recognition slammed Feroci when his eyes locked onto the lad. He was more of a threat to Feroci than he would ever know. “Barat.” The man joined him. “How much did he hear?” The lad’s gaze shifted to something in the distance. He turned and walked toward the barracks—the place he should have already been at this time of day. Barat’s dark eyes followed the lad’s movement. “You can finally make your move against him.” Finally. Feroci liked the sound of that word. He had waited too long, but he would wait no longer. “Take care of him.” The silence between them sealed the promise. “But don’t make it a matter of convenience.” Feroci let the drapes fall. “I don’t want to raise suspicion.”

Wasn’t that great!?!? I’m excited for this book to come out!! Are you? 🙂 If you would like to pre-order Protecting the Poor, please click here!

The Happy Mail Challenge!

I apologize that I do not have a book review for you today, but the sad truth is that I have not read any excellent books recently- besides the Bible! Instead, I thought I would share with you a challenge that I created recently!

A little more than a week ago (at the writing of this post), I was pleasantly surprised to receive a beautifully decorated envelope in the mail! Upon opening it, I found two gorgeous hand lettered bookmarks and a sweet note from one of my out-of-state friends. I write letters to several friends, but this one I just email, so I don’t often receive something in the mail from her. Getting that thoughtful little note + gifts just made my day!

Then I thought of an idea: what if I did the same thing for some of my other friends? I collected the favorite Bible verses of some my friends that don’t live nearby and hand lettered them onto bookmarks. I wrote little notes to go with the bookmarks, letting my friends know that I am praying for them, and challenging them to…

So, here are the rules for the happy mail challenge:

  1. Make a little gift for one (or more!) of your friends. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy; just a little cheery note would be fine! 
  2. Write out a Bible verse or two and include it in the envelope! Encouraging your friends in the Lord is wonderful! (I love it when my friends talk about spiritual things with me!)
  3. Challenge your friend to make some happy mail and send it to another friend!

Hopefully, this will encourage lots of girls to reach out to friends that they don’t always write to, and will build friendships that will last a lifetime, built on the Word of God!

After doing the challenge, I would love it if you would comment and let me know that you did! Thank you!

Dead Drop, by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick


   “Summertime is all fun and games …and spycraft.

“When Jaimie and her brother discover a hollow place in a half-dead tree, she and her friends decide it’s the perfect dead drop for their amateur spy-ring. As time goes on, the messages Jaimie receives become harder to decipher. Is one of her friends a real spy? Or is something even stranger going on?

“This is a short story (approx. 26 minutes average reading time.” ~from Goodreads.com

Title: Dead Drop

Author: Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick

Genre(s): Espionage/Short Story

Rating: ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ (four stars)

Romance Content: A little brother briefly mentions that his older sister is “boy-crazy” (he’s 11 and the sister is probably 13 or 14), but that’s about it.

Recommended age range: 8+ (There is a bit of suspense that may cause younger readers to be worried, but it is over very quickly. Parents, I would recommend that you read it before you allow your young child to, since you know your child best.)

My Review:

This was an adorable little story that suddenly became much more serious and interesting. 😉 It reminded me of something my brothers, neighbor kids, and I would have done a couple years ago. I mean, who doesn’t love spies, codes, and mysteries (even if they are just pretend at the beginning)? And I also love the cover! I think it fits the story perfectly. I would recommend this short story to anyone who is looking for a quick, cute, and exciting read.

Just a note: At the beginning an 11 year old brother mentions that his older sister is “boy-crazy” and causes a bit of an embarrassing situation. That almost made me stop reading it, since I don’t think such things are necessary in books (especially kids’ books), but that is the extent of the romance.

Brief hiatus…

Hello, everyone! I wanted to let you know that I am not going to be posting a book review today. For some reason, I wasn’t able to read my drafts… My goal is to post next Monday instead, but if the problem doesn’t shape up soon, I’m not sure what I’m going to do. 😉

Thanks for reading! {oh, and p.s. you may have noticed the new design on this blog. What do you think? I really like it! 😉 }

Sign-off for GBfGG

My To-Read List: Fiction Edition

Hi, everyone! First of all, I want to apologize for not posting actual reviews recently. With starting RHM, I’ve been busy lately and actually haven’t read very much. Just to let you all know, if I don’t start reading more soon, I may have to start posting only every other week again… sorry! Well, let’s get on to the post.

This is the second post in the series My To-Read List. As you can see from the title, this is the fiction edition. I’ll warn you right now, most of these are mystery or adventure books… I really enjoy those types of books. 😉

Book #1:

Okay, so this isn’t one book, it’s a whole series. I’ve read a couple of these books (Summer of Suspense and Peril on Providence Island), but I really want to read the rest- the ones that I read were amazing!

Book #2:

The Star Under the City has been on my list for a while now; it just sounds so amazing! Christian, WWII (okay, so just to make this clear, I’m not a WWII fanatic like some people, but I do like that time period), mystery-ish… ❤ ❤

Book #3:

This book sounds amazing, too! It’s a dystopian (I don’t read much of that genre, but I have heard that it’s very exciting, and I like that!) about Christians being persecuted and standing for their faith: Yes! It sounds so good!! 🙂

Book #4:


Okay, so this isn’t the best cover… or the best picture of it…

I’ve read all of the books in the Moody Family Series up to this point, and they all were amazing (targeted toward a younger age range, perhaps, but still amazing)! We have friends who bought all of the books up to book #8, and they are letting us borrow them one at a time. I just finished #7, so hopefully I’ll get to read this one soon. 🙂

Book #5:

I haven’t heard much about this book, but the fact that it’s “Christian Holmes” leads me to believe that it is a good one. 😉 It’s not that high on my TBR list, but it still sounds really good.


Let me know in the comments…

  • Have you read any of these books? Were they good?
  • What is your favorite genre?





Radiant Hearts Website Launch Update…

Hello, everyone! I just realized today that I probably should have been posting every day about the RHM website launch… but I never got around to it. *cringes* Sorry! This post is basically a recap of the tour. If you haven’t checked out the wonderful posts and blogs, I would greatly appreciate it if you did. 🙂

On Monday, the first day of the tour  (and the first full day when the website was live; shh, don’t tell, but I actually made it live the night before, because I wasn’t sure if I would get up in time to do it by 6am… and I was right! 😛 ), we only had one person posting. Bekah, from Bekah’s Books, was the star of the show! She wrote a very encouraging and exciting post that I really appreciated. You can check it out by clicking here.

The next day, January 2nd, had two posters: Medomfo and Chloe P. They both wrote wonderful posts… and I’ll let you in on a secret (okay, so it’s not really a secret…): Chloe helped me with designing the website! I never could have done it without her. Thanks, Chloe! ❤

And today is the final day of the tour! Two young ladies posted today, and I really enjoyed reading their posts. Kaitlyn has been an encouragement to me ever since she found out about this magazine, and Hanne was helpful in that she mentioned that we are looking for photographers and writers (most people didn’t do that, since I didn’t put it in the email I sent out).

Thank you so much, to all of you who posted for this blog tour! And another big thank you to those who took the time to read the posts! I appreciate you all. 🙂


Announcement + Website Launch?!?

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Hello and merry Christmas, my wonderful followers! I have an exciting announcement to make!

*cue drumroll*

Dun dun dun…

I am (Lord willing) starting an online magazine for Christian girls! It is called Radiant Hearts Magazine. The byline is: Encouraging girls to shine radiantly for Christ. I’m super excited to share it with you all!! 🙂

“That was the announcement… so what about this website launch thing??” you’re thinking, right? Well, I am planning a website launch (basically a blog tour for a website) to promote this magazine and website! The website will be launched on January 1st, 2018 at 6am Central Time (assuming I get up in time to make it live lol). I am looking for bloggers to post on that Monday and the Tuesday after, letting people know about RHM.

So, now I need your help! Please fill out the form below if you are willing to do me a favor. 😉

((if the form is not appearing for some reason, click here))

And, just for a teaser, here’s a screenshot of the website (warning: we’re still working on the it, so this may not be the final design). 🙂

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Let me know in the comments…

  • Have you signed up for the blog tour?
  • Are you interested in the magazine?
  • Would you be willing to write for the magazine?



Hi, everyone!

For the month of November, I will be going back to posting only once a week, but this time, I’ll be posting on Mondays. There are two reasons for this change:

  1. I’m doing Nanowrimo, and I don’t think I will have a lot of time for writing posts or reading books, and
  2. I haven’t been reading as much lately, so I have less to post about. I don’t think it would be fair to you to post a lot about things that are not reviews, since that is probably why you followed my site.

So, I just thought that I would update you on that. I hope that you have a wonderful week! 🙂



My To-Read List: Inspirational/Non-Fiction

This is the first post in a series about the books that I want to read. 🙂

If any of you follow me on Goodreads, you most likely know that I have a *ahem* small to-read list of only 91 books, currently. 😀 To some, that may seem large, but to others (in fact, to most of the people I “know” on Goodreads), it probably seems very small since everyone else’s list is soooo long.  😛

I thought it would be fun to share the books that I especially want to read, so that you can check them out and/or let me know that they are not good and I shouldn’t read them.

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Note: I have not read any of the books in this post and therefore cannot recommend them. I have heard many good things about them, however, and that is why I am sharing about them.

Today I will be talking about the non-fiction and inspirational books that I want to read (these aren’t all of the non-fiction/inspirational books that are on my to-read list; they are just the ones that I want to read the most). 🙂


   “Sharing from her own struggles and triumphs, homeschooler Sarah Bryant encourages young ladies to become vital cornerstones in their father’s home, while preparing for godly womanhood. Filled with encouragement and personal testimonies, The Family Daughter will help Christian girls begin the journey of being their family’s pillar of strength and virtue.” ~from Amazon

This book sounds really good, and I’m hoping to buy it soon. If I do, I’ll be sure to review it on here. 😉


   “Has your life been engulfed by one consuming passion — that you would more deeply know your Savior Jesus Christ and the fullness of the Gospel?

   “We are given only one life — one blink of an eye in light of a shoreless eternity. What is our purpose in this earthly life? The greatest command is to love the Lord our God with all of our heart, yet how do we love a God we do not know? We know how to fit into the “right Christian circles” and say all the “right things” — but do we personally know the Author of our salvation?

   “Sarah’s desire is to challenge young ladies to pour out their lives in the Scriptures, seeking the face of their Savior — in the days of their youth. This is vital, so that they will be equipped to teach the next generation about the faithfulness of God.

   “One Thing I Desire is penned to encourage you in your quest to seek and know your Redeemer through His Word, that your heart would be enraptured by Christ’s great work accomplished in the Gospel.

   “The grandeur of this One Thing will spur you to love Him more with all of your heart, soul, and mind — and to worship Him throughout all of eternity.” ~from King’s Blooming Rose (the author’s ministry)

I know, this is by the same author as the last one. 🙂 A friend of mine once showed me an article from the King’s Blooming Rose Magazine, which is how I found these books. From what I have heard, the books and the magazine are very good. I’m hoping to get all three soon. 😀


   “Will Our Generation Speak? is filled with dialog—recounting witnessing conversations and giving practical ideas for beginning conversations with unbelievers about the Lord. It teaches how to ask good questions and answer objections, while illustrating points with humorous cartoons and stories. From a young person to other young people, it addresses the fears we face and excuses we make, and provides vision for being strong for the Lord in our youth. It communicates how exciting it is to be working alongside the God of the universe in the mission of saving souls.” ~from Tomorrow’s Forefathers

This sounds like another great book. I’ve read Before You Meet Prince Charming (my review here) by this author’s sister, and that was really good. I really want to read this one. 😉


   “30 pages jam-packed with resources.

   “The Bookbug Epic Character Workbook and Guide is full of great worksheets, character questionnaires, an intro into MBTI typing for characters, and lots more!” ~from Goodreads

In this post, the author says that if you sign up for her newsletter you will get it for free. That seems like a pretty good deal to me! *goes and signs up* (tip: make sure to check your spam if you sign up; the sign-up email I got went to spam. 😉 ) This is written by the author of Jonas and Olivia (which I reviewed here). She did a great job on the characters in that book! 🙂

Well, that was fun to write and I didn’t even have to read a book! 😀 Now it’s your turn to write-

Have you read any of these books?

If so, were they good?

Did you like this post?

Would you enjoy reading more posts like this?

Let me know in the comment section! 🙂


Thanks for reading!





Books I Got for My Birthday {2017}

Yes, you get a bonus post! I didn’t see any opportunities for posting this soon (on schedule), so I decided to do it today instead. 🙂


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SORRY! This graphic is supposed to say {2017}… but I made it in 2018 to replace a different graphic, so here we go! 😛

I had a birthday recently, and all of my wonderful friends and family who know me well also know that I love to read, so guess what they got for me? Books, of course! Some of these I had already read, and wanted to have, and others I hadn’t even heard of. I’m going to “introduce” you to these wonderful books.

((click on the links under the covers to go to the books’ Amazon pages))

I have been wanting this book for awhile, and a sweet lady in our church was so kind and bought it for me. However, I was a bit disappointed by it. The romance was more than I prefer.


((sorry for the very horrible picture))

To tell you the truth, I really wasn’t very interested in this book when I got it. I don’t know, but the cover didn’t look like something I would like (yes, I’m one of those people who judge a book by its cover but don’t we all really??). However, I really enjoyed it!

Yes, I finally have my very own paperback copy of London in the Dark!!! My kind little brothers, who knew I wanted it, pooled their resources and bought it for me. ❤ I have posted my original review on here (London in the Dark BLOG TOUR!!!), but my sentiments did change slightly after I read it for the second time. (Sorry, I don’t think I have updated my review though… :/ )  You can read my first review here.

I got this book from one of my brothers. I have started it, and it is much different from your usual ghost story; I might post my review on here when I have finished it. 😉

I greatly enjoyed this book! It was a romance, which I don’t usually read, but I loved it because it had a twist. 😉

With this book it was kind of like how I felt about Left to Die; I had high expectations and they weren’t completely met. I did enjoy it, but I got annoyed by the main character. 😛

One of my best friends gave me this wonderful book, and I highly recommend it. It was very good!

Okay, so I have saved my favorite new find for last. I had read the Great Illustrated Classics version of this book, and it was okay, but not my favorite. The unabridged version, though? ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!! ❤ It is so much better than the other!

Well, that turned into a mini-review-ish post. 🙂 My very first!

Well, I hope you all enjoyed this post!



When is your birthday?

Have you read any of these books?




As you may have seen from my new page, I am now accepting books for beta-reading! Please go to this page for more info. Thanks! 🙂

(oh, and I’m sorry for sending two posts into your reader/email in one day. :D)

Tell me in the comments:

Are you a beta-reader?

Would you like me to beta-read your novel/novella/short story?

Do you know what beta-reading is (I didn’t until recently)?


The Animal Book Tag

Obviously, WordPress didn’t post this last week when I was on vacation. 😦 Oh, well! Now you get it this week! 😛

Hey, everyone! My cousin and I made a tag. It is called The Animal Book Tag!

Animal Book Tag

Da Rules:

1) Add the tag graphic to your post.

2) Thank the person who tagged you (unless you’re not thankful; please don’t lie! lol).

3) Answer the questions.

4) Tag five bloggers.

5) And you’re done!


Question #1: What is your favorite book with animals as the main characters?

Hmm… I’d have to say Malcolm At Midnight.

Q #2: Tell us about the book!

This book is about a rat named Malcolm. He is small for a rat, and thus, many people think he is a rat. He is taken from a pet store to live as a classroom pet. The teacher in this classroom is named Mr. Binney. Malcolm discovers that he can get out of his cage. on is first night out, he sees a meeting of classroom pets. They call themselves Midnight Academy. These extraordinary animals find Malcolm and he joins their group. Malcolm discovers several mysteries and, in the end, saves the day. (copied from my review of it)

Q #3: Which is your favorite animal in it?

Probably Malcolm, since he is the hero. 🙂

Q# 4: What is your favorite scene in it?

Well, it’s been a while since I read it, but I think it would probably be the one when Malcolm goes upstairs and the cat fights him (one of many reasons why I do not like cats 😛 ). I think that was in this book, but it could have been in Malcolm Under the Stars.

Q #5: What is your favorite quote from the book??

“A critter reveals his true self at midnight.”
W.H. Beck, Malcolm at Midnight


I tag:

Neria @ Writing for Fun

Elise @ A Lamp to Her Feet

Victoria @ Ruffles and Grace

Pip @ Pip and Lolly

Hosanna @ Having a Heart Like His

And… because this is the first time this tag has appeared on the Internet (wow, that sounds serious! lol)… I also tag YOU! Thanks for reading!


I’m thinking about re-vamping this whole blog; colors, pics, everything (except the theme). What do you think?? Please let me know in the comments! 🙂


London in the Dark giveaways!

GUESS WHAT, EVERYONE?!? My current favorite author is giving away copies of her book!!! The Book: London in the Dark!!! Yes! Feel free to get a free e-copy of the book, but don’t enter the paper copy giveaway because I want to win jk!


Hello all! Today I have something special for you!

SO!!!! Whatcha think? Here are all the rules below! In exchange for the free copy of my book you receive, I would expect an honest review on amazon.com and if possible, goodreads.com

via Happy Victoria Day! // Free Book and Giveaway! — Ruffles and Grace

Yes,  I know that this isn’t my day to post, but I “had” to get this out. lol Expect a blog tour on Thursday! 🙂

Are you going to enter? (say no, please 😛 ) Did you hear about this anywhere besides here?? Let me know in the comments!