Tag: Cafinated Reads

Jan 15
Blog Tour Guest Post: Amanda Barratt, Author of My Heart Belongs In Niagra Falls, New York

Blog Tour Guest Post: Amanda Barratt, Author of My Heart Belongs In Niagra Falls, New York

I’m so excited to be featuring this awesome author on my blog today! She’s super sweet, and her book…..oh, my goodness her book! It is absolutely stunning and I was so honored to be able to partake in reviewing it for her (stay tuned for my review this week!). Everyone, let’s welcome Amanda Barratt to the blog today. Welcome, Amanda!  My 6 Favorite Things About Novels Set in the Victorian Era I’m thrilled to be hanging out here today, celebrating the release of My Heart Belongs in Niagara Falls, New York! The story is set in Victorian America, one of my very favorite eras. Today, I thought it would be fun to share the top reasons why I love reading novels set in this time period. Put on your bonnet, pour a cup of tea, and enjoy this trip to bygone days. 1— The manners – Our social customs have changed drastically since the late 1800s, and it’s fun reading a story where a young lady needed a chaperone to walk out with her suitor, where fanning yourself a certain way held hidden meanings, and a lady paid afternoon calls on friends and left a calling card behind. 2— The… Read more »

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Jan 05
Why “Cafinated Reads”?

Why “Cafinated Reads”?

Hi there and Happy New Year!  It’s been quite awhile since I shared just a personal type post, but in the month of December and now in January, I’ve been having some issues with my blog name being singled out. It’s been brought to my attention that the spelling of ‘Cafinated’ may not be liked by some people. So, this post is to explain it.  It has not been my intention to make anyone feel as though I don’t know how to spell, or use proper grammar, or anything of that sort. I know how to spell ‘caffeinated’ properly. However, I’ve always been told by friends and family that I am unique. So, when I chose to rebrand myself after my mother passed away and I started reviewing Christian Fiction again, I researched book blogs on the internet and found that there were a few that used the proper spelling of ‘caffeinated’, like Caffeinated Reviewer and, at the time, The Caffeinated Reader , just to name a couple. My mother was my best friend, and when I first started my blog in 2009, she helped me create my first brand, Book Reviews By Buuklvr81. Then, after I reviewed for awhile,… Read more »

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