Literary Friday ya’ll….


Hey ya’ll… Well the first of May blew in and beautiful weather and things to do and planning a trip to New York City for Book Expo and getting a mystery list ready and planning a Memorial Day post and reading…. In a word: BUSY.


1. ICYMI at Traveling With T: Giveaway of Death on the River & Book Review: The Last Time I Saw You.


2. BIG NEWS: Early Saturday morning, I hit the BIG 1k followers on Instagram. I have a big belated blog anniversary/happy 1k to me giveaway in the works- stay tuned!


3. While The Better Sister did not have quite the twists that The Ex did- it’s still completely readable.


4. #FridayReads: I’m reading A Deadly Feast by Lucy Burdette. Β I just got approved for the e-ARC of Good Girls Lie by J.T. Ellison- so I think we know what I will be reading next πŸ˜‰


5. Over on Instagram, giving away a copy of Death on the River for your true crime fans πŸ™‚


6. Reviews and stuff from the web: Steph’s Novel Fiction is giving away The Southern Side of Paradise, Jen Tarheel Reader reviews Drawing Home, Silver’s Reviews reviews and is giving away Park Avenue Summer, & Orange County Readers reviews The Overdue Life of Amy Byler.


7. What do you think of this book cover?



*What are you reading this weekend?*


Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

12 thoughts on “Literary Friday ya’ll….

    • Book Expo is fun, but it has changed SOOOOOOOO much in just the short time I’ve been going. I’ll try to keep you informed about it!

      That book sounds interesting- gotta check it out!

  1. I’m already excited for your Book Expo updates! Thank you so much for sharing my Drawing Home review. I loved that book! Love all these pics! That Robyn Carr cover is beautiful! β™₯️

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