Autumn Update!

Hello all! Happy Fall!

It has been a little quiet here of late, but never fear, good things are coming soon. I have a few book giveaways in the works as well as reviews of books that are sure to encourage and lift your spirits. I don't know about you, but as the days get shorter and the nights get chillier, I get a little bummed. I'm a child of the summer. The beach, the sun, even the humidity, I miss it. Fall and winter are perfect seasons for snuggling under the covers with a good book and a hot cuppa.

Fall is also a great time to sneak a peek at what's to come. Publishers' catalogs of the books to come in spring and summer are making their debuts online. Perusing them is a hobby of mine. You have to get ahead and decide which books you just NEED to preorder. Am I right? says the girl with an already overflowing TBR pile! Hey, one can never have too many books! I'm really looking forward to A Lady in Disguise by Sandra Byrd as well as Laura Frantz's A Moonbow Night and in the general market, Julia Quinn's The Girl with the Make-Believe Husband!

What do you enjoy most about the season? What books are you looking for?

Toby is happy the dog days of summer are behind him for now. 

Happy Reading!


  1. Happy Fall! I relish each of the seasons. I love the pic of Toby. :)

  2. Hey, Renee! Great to see an update from you, friend. :) In the immediate future, I'm looking forward to Unblemished and A Portrait of Emily Price. Both sound/look fabulous. :)

    Will be looking forward to what's to come at Black 'N Gold Girl's Book Spot. :)

    1. Hi Rissi! Thanks for stopping by! I have actually never read a book by Katherine Reay believe it or not! I think A Portrait of Emily Price sounds fabulous! I hope you enjoy both books and the rest of the Fall season!


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