Review of A Sparrow in Terezin by Kristy Cambron

A Sparrow in Terezin by Kristy Cambron

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


2.5 stars

After reading The Butterfly and the Violin, I was quite excited to the next book in the series. I happily discovered that Sera’s story continued from the first book, which definitely made me want to read this one! However, I found this book not quite as entertaining as the first in the series.

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Updates on Unknown and Other Writing/Editing Projects

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At the present moment, Unknown is going through the final stages of editing. My wonderful editor/sister/amazing author finished it a few days ago (thank you a million times) and right now, my mom (known in some circles as the “Typo Queen”) is reading through it and combing for the many typos I so often include. (Thank you a million times, too!) So after the Typo Queen is done with her editing, I have one more time through the book, and then it’s off to the races.

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Blog Tour + Author Interview with Kellyn Roth

Today is such an exciting day, first, because this post is a part of a blog tour for Kellyn Roth’s latest novel. And even more exciting, today is the launch day of said book, the third in The Chronicles of Alice & Ivy, called At Her Fingertips! I actually got a chance to read this book a few weeks ago, and for anyone of you who enjoy historical fiction (especially high society British historical fiction and Jane Austen-esque books), you should get your hands on it! If you missed it, here’s my review of At Her Fingertips.

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Review of For Such a Time by Kate Breslin

For Such a Time by Kate Breslin

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Ok. This was interesting. I honestly don’t even know what to rate this book, because it just wasn’t what I expected. So a little background – I’ve read two other books by Kate Breslin, and though I enjoyed one more than the other, they were both nice reads, not too different from your usual Christian historical fiction books.

This was different.

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