Love, Lies, and Spies by Cindy Anstey

I’m not here typing this on this day. Today, I’m away from my computer, enjoying the pleasures of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Feel free to be jealous. I certainly would be if our circumstances were reversed.

Before I departed on my holiday to Florida though, I had the pleasure of finishing Love, Lies, and Spies by Cindy Anstey, and it was stupendous! I was feeling frustrated last month with the excessive amount of romance books I was reading. I don’t particularly enjoy the genre in general, and every book I read seemed to be oozing with silly, romantic fancies. If I’m going to read a romance novel though, then I want to read more like this one! Continue reading “Love, Lies, and Spies by Cindy Anstey”

April #shelfie

April was another successful reading month. I read 11 books in total, many of which I received for free to review. It is also enjoyable for me to discover new books and authors, and I most definitely have a few good titles for you. Continue reading “April #shelfie”

January Dreams by Carrigan Richards

29059740I apologize in advanced for any uncouth language or behavior displayed in my following remarks. My feelings are a little mixed when it comes to this book. And when I say a little, I mean a lot.

My first words upon finishing were none other than, “What the hell?” I couldn’t help but blurt it out loud. Continue reading “January Dreams by Carrigan Richards”

Redecorating and The Lack of a Soul

As you may have noticed, I’ve done some redecorating. I proudly present to you Of Books and Bailey. I do so hope you like what I’ve done with the place. I find the revisions not too shabby myself, if I may say so. You might want to check out the updated About page as I have re-branded and refocused.  I am confident in the direction I’m heading. Continue reading “Redecorating and The Lack of a Soul”

Reading Wednesday: Tainted Ink by Tania Johansson

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I’ve had quite the week since we brought Grimm home on Friday. He’s a perfect gentleman. A peeing, chewing, occasionally barking gentleman. But a gentleman nevertheless. I’m enjoying having him immensely, but between Grimm, Oliver, and both Taylor and I being sick, I’ve scarcely had time to do anything that requires more of my brain power. Continue reading “Reading Wednesday: Tainted Ink by Tania Johansson”