Destination Wedding by Diksha Basu | Book Review

From the internationally bestselling author of The Windfall. . . . What could go wrong at a lavish Indian wedding with your best friend and your entire family? Destination Wedding by Diksha Basu filters extravagance through the itinerary of a weeklong Indian wedding, following a blended Indian immigrant family and their friends journeying from New…

Dream Big by Bob Goff | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About Dream Big From New York Times bestselling author Bob Goff, the creator of the popular Dream Big conferences, a wildly inspiring yet utterly practical blueprint for helping readers find and reach their biggest dreams. Bob Goff is on a mission to shake people into the version of their lives they dreamt about…

JD in the Kitchen: Indian Sweet Snacks by Jasmine Daya | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About JD In The Kitchen Jasmine Daya is a seasoned home cook who loves creating sweet treats while collaborating in the kitchen with her mother, Shan. In her third cookbook, Daya shares recipes for delicious Indian sweet snacks with East African influences that include almond halva (a special occasion dish), coconut…

Let Them Be Kids by Jessica Smartt | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About Let Them Be Kids As every parent hopes to raise kids with good manners and values, Jessica Smartt’s practical guide fills the gaps of uncertainty and provides tips on how parents can equip their children in purity, faith, and creativity. Former English teacher and homeschooling mother of three, Jessica Smartt…

Carolina Breeze by Denise Hunter | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About Carolina Breeze A jilted bride. A struggling innkeeper. And a romantic mountain getaway that changes everything Rising Hollywood star Mia Emerson is looking for a safe place to land in the wake of a public breakup and celebrity scandal, and she finds it in the lake town of Bluebell, North…

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren | Book Review

When a freebie queen tries to comp her wedding, she wins sub-par food and all the wedding guests get food poisoning, with the exclusion of the bride’s twin sister and the groom’s brother, who hate each other. Since they are too sick to make their honeymoon, a complimentary trip to Hawaii, they give the trip…

Salty, Bitter, Sweet | Book Review

What The Publishers Say About Salty, Bitter, Sweet A slow-burn romance in a cutthroat kitchen! There’s more to becoming a top chef for 17-year-old Isabella Fields than just not getting chopped … especially when the chances of things heating up with an intriguing boy and becoming a food star in the kitchen are both on…

100 Drives, 5000 Ideas

I know right now the world seems to be on lockdown and everyone is saying “Stay At Home” but we believe that this is temporary and when the cities and towns reopen, we’ll probably all be ready for some travel adventures, which is why  I am so happy the publishers asked me to read and…

The Road to Delano by John DeSimone | Book Review

What The Peer Reviewers Say about The Road to Delano “I truly enjoyed this fictional journey through labor history and the development of a young man’s conscience. Recommended.” ―Book Sirens “This whole story is an absolute triumph!” ―Thehauntedfae Book Blog “…a fast-paced thriller with a social conscience.” ―Online Book Club “The Road to Delano is…

One Little Lie by Coleen Coble | Book Review

What The Peer Reviewers Say about One Little Lie “Colleen Coble always raises the notch on romantic suspense, and One Little Lie is my favorite yet! The story took me on a wild and wonderful ride.” —Diann Mills, bestselling author What The Publishers Say about One Little Lie It started with one little lie. But Jane Hardy…

Eat Sleep Work Repeat by Bruce Daisley | Book Review

What The Peer Reviewers Say about Eat Sleep Work Repeat An important reminder of simple everyday practices to improve how we all work together, which will lead to greater team and individual happiness and performance. Great results will follow.”—Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square “With just 30 changes, you can transform your work experience…

The Blue Zones Kitchen by Dan Buettner | Book Review

I have been fascinated by the idea of Blue Zones since I first heard of them so when TLC Book Tours offered me an opportunity to review a compilation of Blue-Zone recipes, I didn’t just agree, I said Yes, Please! Modern-day explorer Dan Buettner and his colleagues at National Geographic, in deciding to study longevity, took…