Bonnie Reads and Writes

My name is Bonnie and I review books, often advance review copies, and post the reviews here on my site. I do reviews for Historical Novels Review Magazine, Netgalley, BookSirens, and by request from authors and publishers. I love to support Self-Published/Indie Authors, and I do an Indie Weekend feature where I promote and review Indie books. Below are my most recent reviews. You can use the Search bar to search for a specific review, keyword, or topic. Indie authors or anyone requesting a book review please click on the Review Requests link on the top right.

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Book Review: Murder in Postscript

*I did this review for the May edition of Historical Novels Review, the Magazine of the Historical Novel Society. BOOK DESCRIPTION When one of her readers asks for advice following a suspected murder, Victorian countess Amelia Amesbury, who secretly pens the popular Lady Agony column, has no choice but to investigate in this first book…

Two mini reviews: Identity and The Tapestry of Grace

Below are mini-reviews of two very different books: Identity by Nora Roberts and The Tapestry of Grace by Kim Vogel Sawyer. Identity is a thriller and The Tapestry of Grace is Christian Historical Fiction. Click on the covers for buy links and book descriptions on Amazon. Mini-reviews are just a slightly condensed version of the…

Sunday Post: Working Away

It’s been a long week as I was working overtime here, but now is a chance to rest. Doug is back home from working on the house in North Carolina for almost a month, and it’s good to have him back. He brought our three dachshunds home with him of course and the house here…

Indie Spotlight: Village Teacher Translation

Great news! Nguyen Trong Hien (or neihtn), author of Village Teacher and The Siege of An Loc, has translated Village Teacher into Vietnamese. It has recently been published on an internet site out of Los Angeles. The first installment can be found here: Village Teacher Translation and in the links section below. Here is a…

Book Blogger Hop: Are You Reading more Ebooks?

The Book Blogger Hop was originally created by Jennifer @ Crazy-For-Books in March 2010 and ended on December 31, 2012. With Jennifer’s permission, Billy @ Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer relaunched the hop on February 15, 2013. Each week the hop will start on a Friday and end the following Thursday. There will be…

Book Review: The Long March Home by Marcus Brotherton and Tosca Lee

I always say I don’t pick up too many WWII books anymore unless they have a unique take. Well, this one blew me out of the water. It is set in the Philippines during and after the Bataan Death March, which I don’t think I was ever taught about in history class. Just mesmerizing. BOOK…

Book Review: Playing it Safe #AshleyWeaver #Minotaur #WWII

I did this review for the May edition of Historical Novels Review, the magazine of The Historical Novel Society. Electra “Ellie” McDonnell, a former safecracker who is now working for the British government during World War II, is sent off on a mission by Intelligence to the port city of Sunderland. She is given an…

Indie Weekend: Lion Scream by Robbie Cheadle

Indie Weekend is my effort to help Indie authors share their books with others. Marketing is a huge task for Indie authors, and if I can help even a little, I’m happy to do it. See below my review of Lion Scream, a wonderful book of poetry about African animals by Robbie Cheadle. BOOK REVIEW…

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34 thoughts on “Bonnie Reads and Writes”

      1. I think it’s fun especially when you have stuff to write. I have been stuck lately, no inspiration whatsoever, but I agree with you, blogging can be fun.

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      1. I finally found it. I’m 50,906. Yikes! I guess I don’t care. Kudos to you! Amazon Vine–they have to invite you. I did a lot of reviews years ago and got an email out of the blue from them with the invitation. It is a good program. I’m not sure why they noticed me other than all my reviews.

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