Sunset at Rosalie by Ann L. McLaughlin {Blog Tour/Book Blast/Giveaway}

Synopsis: SUNSET AT ROSALIE tells the story of a young girl, Carlin McNair, and her family on a failing cotton plantation in Mississippi during the early 1900s. The coming of the boll weevil and the sharp decline of cotton prices cause drastic changes in the life of the plantation and in the lives of the family … More Sunset at Rosalie by Ann L. McLaughlin {Blog Tour/Book Blast/Giveaway}

Unlocking Worlds by Sally Allen | Author Interview + Book Spotlight + Giveaway

Today it is my privilege to welcome Sally Allen to my blog. An interview with Sally follows below, together with a book spotlight on Sally’s new book, Unlocking Worlds, and everyone’s favorite a giveaway. Please join me in welcoming Sally Allen!   An Interview with Sally Allen, Author of Unlocking Worlds Q: In today’s tech-savvy … More Unlocking Worlds by Sally Allen | Author Interview + Book Spotlight + Giveaway

The Thread That Binds by Alice Hayes {Review & Giveaway}

Sherice is a new mother, a sonographer, quilter, and wife; an overworked young woman whose elderly mother is slipping away from her. Sylvie is a newlywed and recent immigrant, unemployed and virtually penniless. Her husband’s paycheck can’t even cover prenatal care, let alone a baby, and her due date is only drawing nearer… Joanne’s unconventional … More The Thread That Binds by Alice Hayes {Review & Giveaway}

Jesusita by Ronald L. Ruiz {Review & Giveaway}

Jesusita is the story of immigrants—legal and illegal—trying to survive in California in the years after World War II. Jesusita, alone and impoverished, struggles to keep her four young children together. Though she finds support from Padre Montes at St. Teresa’s Catholic Church, her faith won’t solve her problems, especially those with her daughter, Paulina. … More Jesusita by Ronald L. Ruiz {Review & Giveaway}

We Had a Job to Do by Therese Anzaldua | Review and Giveaway

Synopsis:  We Had A Job To Do — A Basic History of World War II Through The Eyes of Those Who Served This heartfelt tribute to veterans is history that reads like fiction. Based on interviews the author conducted herself, the book weaves the veterans’ personal stories into the basic facts of the war. Follow … More We Had a Job to Do by Therese Anzaldua | Review and Giveaway