One of the She Reads Books of Winter selections is The Gates of Evangeline by Hester Young. For me, I read it prior to it being a She Reads selection, having picked up a copy at BEA 15 (Thanks Kristin @ Always With A Book for telling me about it!) Continue reading
My blog turned 4 years old yesterday. I’m a day late with the announcement- but better later than never, right?
Turning 4 in the bloggy world is an experience. I’m old enough to be a bit on the seasoned side and yet not quite old enough to talk about the good ole days in blogging like some that I follow.
2015 brought Traveling With T:
- A custom domain
- Over 1000 likes on Traveling With T’s Facebook page
- Getting mentioned in a book
- Some Great Books
- Tons of Giveaways
- Blog friendships that go beyond the blog
This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.
The Gates of Evangeline
Charlotte “Charlie” Cates is living every mother’s worst nightmare. Her child has died and she is drowning in her grief. Not wanting to go back to her job at the magazine and concern herself with things like fashion, make-up and other magazine things that she cares nothing about since her child has died- she’s unsure what to do.
When an opportunity arises to go to Louisiana and meet with the Deveau family about writing a story about the case of the missing child, Gabriel Deveau- a case that has never been solved- Charlie takes the opportunity with both hands and runs with it. Continue reading
Hello! It’s supposed to be HOT this weekend- so hydrate, folks!!!
- Deep South Magazine and their #literaryfriday: A shout-out to Traveling With T’s BLACK-EYED SUSANS giveaway, news about upcoming festivals, Atticus Finch and more!
Hey ya’ll! Katie @ Doing Dewey and I have been scouring the internet, the publisher websites, our own stacks of books and more to find some books we are SO excited to read in the next 3 months. So sit back, grab a frosty cool drink and let Katie and I share our list- and you can find your next great reads!
Traveling With T’s July 2015 Futuristic Friday Selections:
Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica, The Ones We Trust by Kimberly Belle, Those Girls by Chevy Stevens, Center of Gravity by Laura McNeill, Fatal Reservations by Lucy Burdette, The Summer of Good Intentions by Wendy Francis and Three Rivers by Tiffany Quay Tyson. Continue reading