Sydney Young

About me

It’s not about my savvy, but yours! Reading and story engagement are great for your mind. It’s also about our lovely Paris, Texas, and our amazing arts community here. I am a life-long reading, music and fine arts enthusiast. I suffer, quite frankly, from story addiction, regardless of the form, and hope to convert other enthusiasts. Reading and study are a solid part of my life, as I have been an attorney for twenty years. I also naturally share my opinions. Here you can get my opinions about my passions: Fine Arts and Paris, Texas. You will also find my Book Briefs in The Paris News and on Goodreads. So, enjoy! And remember to keep your mind active and healthy — Savvy — by taking a break from the shallows (TV, Internet and electronic device of your choice).

From my website

Lady Jayne Disappears, by Joanna Davidson Politano, *REVIEW* Lone Star Book Blog Tour

LADY JAYNE DISAPPEARSbyJOANNA DAVIDSON POLITANOGenre: Historical Christian RomancePublisher: RevellDate of Publication: October 3, 2017Number of Pages: 416Scroll down for giveaway!When Aurelie Harcourt’s father dies in debtor’s prison, he leaves her just two things: his wealthy family, whom she has never met, and his famous pen name, Nathaniel Droll. Her new…

Hidden Sea, by Miles Arceneaux, EXCERPT - Lone Star Book Blog Tour

HIDDEN SEAbyMILES ARCENEAUXGenre: Mystery / Thriller / SuspenseDate of Publication: November 2017Number of Pages: 384Scroll down for giveaway!Charlie Sweetwater saw Mexico—especially the Mexican Gulf Coast—as a spiritual second home. He’d worked, played and lived there for much of his life, and thought the country suited him better than anywhere this…

Loving Luther, by Allison Pittman *REVIEW* Lone Star Book Blogger Tour

LOVING LUTHERbyALLISON PITTMANGenre: Christian Historical Romance Publisher: Tyndale HouseDate of Publication: September 1, 2017Number of Pages: 432Scroll down for giveaway!Germany, 1505In the dark of night, Katharina von Bora says the bravest good-bye a six-year-old can muster and walks away as the heavy convent gate closes behind her.Though the cold walls offer…

 
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