#FuturisticFriday Picks: Find Your Next Read Jan-March 2018


Is your 2018 off to a great start? Well, it’s about to get started with a great BOOKISH bang as Katie and I share the books publishing between January-March 2018 that we are looking forward to the most.

Some of you may know that Katie and I have pretty different taste in books mainly, but we do over lap from time to time- keep your eyes peeled for the books that we both picked!

Get those gift cards you got for the holidays ready to use!  Continue reading

The Marriage Pact by Linda Lael Miller

The marriage pact by linda lael miller

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This book was sent to Traveling With T in exchange for a fair review.

The Marriage Pact

It’s Hadleigh Stevens wedding day. The day she has been looking forward to for some time. The day that she will remember for the rest of her life.

Well… Hadleigh will remember her wedding day forever- but not for the vows. Or the cake. Or the first kiss as husband and wife. Oh no, Hadleigh will remember her wedding day for a whole other reason. Continue reading

A Good Year for the Roses by Gil McNeil

A good Year for the Roses

Photo Credit: Hyperion


*This book was sent to Traveling With T in exchange for a fair and honest review.

A Good Year for the Roses

Molly Taylor’s life has not been fun lately. Recently divorced, raising 3 kids, and trying to find a new place to live is taking it’s toll on her. With her beloved Aunt Helena dying, and her mother calling her to worry her about not wearing a pantsuit to the funeral- Molly knows that while a funeral is not a fun experience- this one may be more trying due to her family. Continue reading

The Fever by Megan Abbott

the fever

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*This e-galley was requested via Netgalley in exchange for a fair review.

The Fever

The day is just a regular day. A normal day. A school day. The day would be hard to remember, a person might be hard-pressed to tell you about any exciting news that day… Except for the fact that this day turns from normal to memorable in a matter of minutes.

When Lise, Deenie’s best friend, has a seizure in class- naturally people are concerned. But with the ways of social media- the teens start passing pictures and gossip back and forth in a matter of minutes about what is wrong with Lise- a girl who, until recently, had not garnered much attention- at least not to when she went to the pool in a bathing suit that the boys are still talking about. Continue reading

The Sweet Spot by Stephanie Evanovich

the sweet spot by stephanie evanovich

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This e-galley was requested by Traveling With T in exchange for a fair review.

The Sweet Spot

Amanda- strong, confident, sexy and not opposed to hard work- does not need a man to take care of her or give her any advantages in life. She knows that if she wants something- she’s got to go out and get it on her own, thank you very much.

When Chase Walker, baseball player extraordinaire, walks into her restaurant one night- sure, she notices how attractive he is- but she knows that a guy like Chase is used to getting everything he wants. Continue reading

It Comes In Waves by Erika Marks

It Comes in Waves by Erika Marks

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This book was sent to Traveling With T in exchange for a fair review.

It Comes In Waves

For Claire “Pepper” Patton, life has changed drastically since she was in her 20’s. When she was in her 20’s- she was in love with Foster, a fantastic surfer and thought life could get no better than living on Folly Beach- surfing as much as she could, drinking and loving with Foster, and hanging out with Jill and Shep. Continue reading

Eyes on You by Kate White

eyes on you by kate white

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Traveling With T was given a copy of EYES ON YOU at BEA 2014.

Eyes on You

Robin Trainer is on top of the world. After losing her on-aire job 2 years ago, she has written a book that has everyone talking and  is co-host of a show that is getting rave reviews. Basically, Robin is feeling pretty good about life! Continue reading

Futuristic Friday: Find Your Great New Reads!

futuristic friday

Well, it’s that time again- the time where me and Katie from @ Doing Dewey reveal the books that we are chomping at the bit to read over the next 3 months! Futuristic Friday was a feature dreamed up by Traveling With T one day- and Katie, so enthusiastically, agreed to co-host this feature with me. Working with Katie has been a dream- while we have similar taste in reading (you’ll see that in the July we have some overlapping picks!), but Katie always picks some great books that I was not aware of- which I totally love! Continue reading

Identity by Ingrid Thoft


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This book was sent to Traveling With T in exchange for a fair review.


It’s been a couple of months since Fina’s last big case- and if anyone deserves a break- it’s Fina. But a break is not in store. When Carl, Fina’s dad and boss, calls her to the firm- she goes. When she gets there, she finds herself in the middle of a case that she’d rather not be involved with- actually, she’d rather be doing anything else, but this case. Continue reading