Jane Ridgewood

Another Tea Addicted Writer On The Loose!

Well after reading just one book, I think it’s safe to say I can add another author to my favorites list. His name is Dathan Auerbach and his debut novel Penpal has me pretty sold on his style of writing. He also has me wishing I was a Reddit user, since that is where Penpal …

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Welcome to part one (of two) with my involvement in author Jessi Elliott’s blog tour! Today I bring forth a review of Elliott’s latest release, Twisted Gift. This is the sequel to her debut novel Twisted Fate. For the purpose of full disclosure I did receive a free e-ARC (advance readers copy in eBook form) …

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If she dies, she takes the truth with her. – The hook line that seems to be the focal point in advertising the upcoming YA Thriller Sadie by Courtney Summers. I initially discovered this novel through an advertisement that popped up on my Instagram feed inviting people to sign up for a free ARC (advance …

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Allow me to preface this review with the fact I don’t normally read anything in the Romance genre. Honestly, it’s nothing personal it’s just not my usual flavor of reading material. Apparently though when you add a dash of Urban Fantasy in a New Adult setting to the mix, I get all sorts of intrigued …

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One of the fun things about personal development books is that they simply aren’t for everyone. No one single book in this genre has the answers for every single person. If such a book existed, then we wouldn’t need so many of them out there. We would all just lean on that one book to …

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I will be the first to admit that despite being a Christian, I typically don’t get into (outside of scripture) books in the genre. In my limited peeks into Christian literature I’ve found myself always less than enthused. I feel like I’m always rolling my eyes about something in the book. For fictional reads it …

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