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Blog Tour | Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott (Review + Giveaway)

» 13 November, 2018 » Giveaways, Promos, Reviews » 8 comments

Blog Tour | Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott (Review + Giveaway)

My Thoughts: It’s not that I look for books that are emotional. They just.. find their way on my radar… Who am I kidding – I totally look for books that are emotional. FIVE FEET APART immediately caught my eye by that one liner “Can you love someone you can never touch?” It’s thought-provoking, is it not? I wanted, no NEEDED, to know Stella and Will’s story. I wanted to see […]

Review | The Light Between Worlds by Laura E. Weymouth

» 23 October, 2018 » Reviews » 2 comments

Review | The Light Between Worlds by Laura E. Weymouth

My Thoughts: The Light Between Worlds, is in a word, Gorgeous. The Cover, the writing, the characters, the world(s). All of it. What I love about it the most was that it was a story about AFTER. It was primarily about how the siblings were coping and dealing with their return from the Woodlands. It does have that Narina feel to it, which I actually liked. The first part of […]

Middle Grade Madness | Beautiful Blue World by Suzanne LaFleur

» 6 October, 2016 » Middle Grade Madness, Reviews » 1 comment

Middle Grade Madness | Beautiful Blue World by Suzanne LaFleur

Middle Grade Madness will be a new feature here at Lilybloombooks, that showcases Middle Grade books! Reviews, Interviews, Guest posts and Giveaways. Join the Madness! I’m excited to share with you my thoughts on a heart felt middle grade novel, Beautiful Blue World by Suzanne LaFleur. But before I share my thoughts, read a little bit about the book — Thoughts: Why did I pick it up? Something in the synopsis caught […]

The Lost and the Found by Cat Clarke

» 27 September, 2016 » Reviews » 4 comments

The Lost and the Found by Cat Clarke

My Thoughts: When you love a particular genre, you tend to read more of it, yes? And the more you read of said genre, the most subtle clues you pick up on, and just see coming. I think many readers can attest to that. So, when you see the outcome of a situation so clearly so early in the book, it can leave you either disappointed, or it won’t bother you […]

Gut Wrenching & Emotional // Until Harry by L.A. Casey

» 26 August, 2016 » Reviews » 0 comments

Gut Wrenching & Emotional // Until Harry by L.A. Casey

My Thoughts: Let me just break the ice and say that I don’t consider myself to be an emotional person; let alone reader. It takes a lot to move me and takes even MORE to make my cry. Let me tell you… The looks I got while listening to this book during rush hour traffic (morning and evening) are some of these most sympathetic, and painfully embarrassing looks I’ve ever received. To say […]

The Woman in the Photo by Mary Hogan

» 9 August, 2016 » Reviews » 1 comment

The Woman in the Photo by Mary Hogan

My Thoughts: Woman’s Fiction isn’t a genre I pick up often – for no obvious reason at all. But the ones that I have picked up lately are wonderful, and that includes this book, The Woman in the Photo. Told in dual perspectives, we get two correlating stories. The story of Elizabeth in 1889. And the story of Lee, or Elizabeth, in the present day. Both women are trying to find […]