Huzzah, and welcome to my own little corner of the internet! This first post, and indeed this whole blog, is a project which has been a long time in the making. I was first introduced to this wonderful thing called ‘the blogosphere’ a few years ago, and haven’t looked back since. The awesome, quirky, quotable,… Continue reading Hello!!
There are SO many books I am excited to see published this year that I thought I would join in on the many anticipation posts I've seen crop up this week with one of my own. Listed in order of publishing month, below are just a few of the stories making my already huge TBR… Continue reading Most Anticipated Book Releases for the First Half of 2020
Now that Christmas has come and gone, Hallmark has moved swiftly on to the next seasonal event on their slate, Winterfest! 2016 the first year this event took place, that year also boasts my favourite line-up of films, a title it has continued to hold; let's hope this year's premieres are up to the task… Continue reading Hallmark’s Winterfest 2019 – Warm Up With Five New Romances to Enjoy!!
I have officially hit my personal best in regards to the amount of books I devoured this year which I am very proud of (over 100!!), though I will also acknowledge a large part of that could be because of the number of novellas I went through, haha! So, to close it out, I thought… Continue reading My Year in Books (2019)
Another TV Christmas Film watching season is upon us, and this year marks the biggest deluge yet, with well over 100 entries. And while I am unfortunately a few movies behind with this post, I couldn't resist sharing my gushing thoughts on the ones still to come I am most excited for. Let's get to… Continue reading TV Christmas Films 2019 – Preview Thoughts
This seasonal event my personal favourite from Hallmark, this year, in particular, is shaping up to be another winner, with a slate of films carried by stars I love and telling stories to get excited about. 1. Over the Moon in Love: With Jessica Lowndes & Wes Brown as the leads, I am already head over… Continue reading Hallmark’s Fall Harvest 2019 – Fall in Love Amongst the Leaves
The second book I have read by Suzanne Woods Fisher, On a Summer Tide is the debut in a new series which introduces us to the Grayson family, a father (Paul) and his three daughters (Cam, Maddie, Blaine) whose lives are upended by their wife and mother's death, and the father's subsequent decision to buy… Continue reading On a Summer Tide – A Beautiful Island Changes the Life of One Family
Another year, another Summer Nights campaign is about to start, and this year's line-up, on the whole, holds many exciting prospects to look forward to. From leads ranging from two cowboys and two chefs to a military hero and a journalist, and tropes including enemies to lovers as well as both forbidden and reunited romances,… Continue reading Hallmark’s Summer Nights 2019 – Finding Love in the Summertime
Another month, another Hallmark Seasonal Event to preview, and this year's June Weddings line-up promises to be a doozy, with 2 returning franchise films, 3 brand-new originals, and one Monday premiere. Let's get to it!! 1. In the Key of Love: Although it's technically no longer a part of this campaign, I had to include… Continue reading June Weddings 2019 – Ceremonies Galore!!
As I believe it to be unlikely that this point I will watch the final two films in this campaign anytime soon, I thought I might as well go with what I have. So, without further ado, here are my thoughts on the first three films belonging to the inaugural presentation of this Seasonal Event.… Continue reading Countdown to Summer – Mini-Reviews
Surprising their many fans on relatively short notice with a brand new Seasonal Event comprised of four all-new originals, the inaugural line-up of Hallmark's Countdown to Summer is definitely getting his fan in particular VERY excited for what's to come! 1. A Feeling of Home: There are a whole stable of reasons why I know I'm going… Continue reading Hallmark’s Countdown to Summer 2019 – New Seasonal Event Holds Promise