Category Archives: Uncategorized

Contest Time! Win a Free Editing Service

A Writer's Path

It’s contest time everyone!

Lopt & Cropt Editing has generously donated two prizes for this contest. One is win-able by A Writer’s Path Writers Club members and the other by anyone.

Lopt & Cropt Editing is Sarah Pesce, a freelance editor who works with authors ready to reach their publishing happily ever-afters. She loves helping writers – and their stories – achieve their full potential. Visit for more info on her services.

Here are the prizes:

View original post 247 more words

MacLean’s Passion – Book Review

The Book Review Directory

macleans passion

MACLEAN’S Passion (Highland Romance) by Sharon Cullen

Official Synopsis

Colin MacLean has always felt like a black sheep—especially after his brothers are slain before his eyes in the Battle of Culloden. A smuggler by trade, Colin makes for an embarrassing chieftain. He can’t even save his friends from their British pursuers without getting himself captured. But before he is martyred by the hangman’s noose, Colin escapes with his cellmate, a brave lad he’s come to admire. It’s only in the depths of the Highlands that Colin discovers the lad is a lass—and a bonnie one at that.

View original post 356 more words

Silk and Scholar – Book Review

The Book Review Directory

silk and scholar

Silk and Scholar by Cassandra Dean

This is Book 4 in the Silk series, but stands perfectly well alone. And it is an absolute delight.

 Etta Wilding-Marsh is a very unconventional young lady indeed. The daughter of a Cambridge don, she longs to study the law, an utter impossibility for a woman in the Regency era. She has only disdain for the irresponsible young men who take for granted that which she may never have, and her particular ire is reserved for Lord Christopher Hiddleston.

View original post 308 more words

Interim Goddess of Love – Book Review

The Book Review Directory

interim goddess of love

Interim Goddess of Love by Mina V. Esguerra

Older YA/new adult/sweet romance: College sophomore Hannah Maquiling doesn’t know why everyone tells her their love problems. She’s never even had a boyfriend, but that doesn’t stop people from spilling their guts to her, and asking for advice. So maybe it shouldn’t be a surprise when the cutest guy in school tells her that she’s going to have to take on this responsibility — but for all humanity.

View original post 467 more words

Heartless – Book Review

The Book Review Directory

heartless

Motivation: Winter 2017 “Retelling” for Biannual Bibliothon
Genre: YA | Fantasy | Retelling
Read Count: 1
Published: November 8, 2016
Pages: 453 pages
Format: Hardback
Average Rating: 4.11 stars
My Rating: 4 stars
Description: Long before she was the terror of Wonderland—the infamous Queen of Hearts—she was just a girl who wanted to fall in love.

Catherine may be one of the most desired girls in Wonderland and a favorite of the unmarried King, but her interests lie elsewhere. A talented baker, she wants to open a shop and create delectable pastries. But for her mother, such a goal is unthinkable for a woman who could be a queen.

View original post 506 more words

Chasing McCree – Book Review

The Book Review Directory

chasing mccree

Chasing McCree by J.C. Isabella
Publisher: Self Published
Publication Date: April 2012

SYNOPSIS:

Briar Thompson had it all. The right clothes, the right friends, the right car. Being popular was all that mattered. Her parents were rich and treated like royalty throughout the community. She thought her senior year of high school was going perfectly, until the night her drink was spiked at a party by one of her so called friends.

That was the night she met Chase McCree.

View original post 515 more words

A Distant Melody – Book Review

The Book Review Directory

A few months ago I posted a review of A Memory Between Us, the second book in the Wings of Glory series by Sarah Sundin. It is with amazement that I now look back and realize that I never posted a review for the first book of the series, A Distant Melody. Sundin has recently become one of my absolute favorite authors, and this was the book that started it all; it was both her first novel and the first of her books that I read.

I picked this book up on a whim at the library, and it was one of the best choices I have made regarding a book!  The story is sweet, the characters are inviting, the setting is well crafted; it all adds up to a wonderful book. Sundin does a thorough job on every part of this, from the historical research to the…

View original post 258 more words