Tag Archive | Beth Albright

Catching Up

I know my post have been few and far between lately. Well I am hoping to change that. I am officially a one job woman now and I even got a promotion. So my new full time second job is going to be this blog here. So I am going to do a little catching up…
Travel: Well we went to Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge for a few days in April. The day we arrived down there was the day the helicopter crashed killing five people. My heart goes out to those affected by the crash. We are getting ready to go to Grand Rapids, MI for a few days here very soon. We have done two Cumberland Falls’ weekends with the kids. Now those were a ball. Well the first one was a ball, the second one the babies were sick so it was not as much fun. But of course our big trip this year is still to come. I’m going to Disney World! Yes again! This is a family trip in October where my three favorite people under the age of eight will be going too. I can’t wait to see how the one and two year old reacts when they see it for the first time. 

Baking/Cooking: Well this Southern Belle finally had one of her dreams come true. I got my KitchenAid Stand Mixer for Christmas so I have become the cake from scratch queen. I love it! Some days I will just look at it and think I am so lucky to have it. Cooking on the other hand I have not done too much of that. 

Reading: Since late last year I have been obsessed with the Dare Valley Series of Books by Ava Miles and then the Dare River Series and now the Dare Valley Meets Paris novellas. I can’t wait for the next Dare River now. I also read the newest Catherine Bybee book, “Doing it Over”, plus the fourth book in the In Dixie Series by Beth Albright, “Stardust in Dixie”, and then there was the final in the Crossfire Series by Sylvia Day, “One With You”. Boy I really am into series! I loved all those books though. 

Auntie: Beside the two trips to Cumberland Falls with the kids, I took the seven year old a girl’s day one day when I was off. We went to the local butterfly show, that was my first time going in years, I don’t think she liked it too much but I did. We also recently as a whole family did the horse park in Lexington, that was cool but I think the two year old how the most fun of any of us. The one year old was scared of the horse but she did well. Of course the hardest part right now for this Auntie is not being able to tell the seven year old we are going to Disney in October, her mommy doesn’t want to tell her till we are getting in the car to leave. 

Southern Belle Style: I love saying shirts. One of my newest ones I purchased especially for the seven year old “Suck it up Buttercup”. I always want to tell her that when she starts whining about something. 

Well I think that about covers everything I have been up too. I will keep you posted on my happenings and not go so long in between posts. Thank you for continuing to read Southern Belle Charm, without you the readers this blog would be nothing. I hope everyone has a happy and safe Memorial Day. 

2016 Reading 

By now I should be nine almost ten books into my 2016 reading Challenges. I have one book read out of the twenty-four total I am challenging myself to read. I have two challenges of twelve books each I am trying to complete. My personal reading challenge; 12 of the 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime and the one from The Modern Mrs. Darcy Blog, the one book that I have completed so far is one for the Modern Mrs. Darcy Reading Challenge, a book published this year. The book I have read that was published this year is Stardust in Dixie by Beth Albright. It is part of a series so of course I was all over that. It was a good book and I can’t wait for the next book in the series. I love those Sassy Belles. I need to get my butt in gear reading though; I have some big books on my list. The next book I think I am going to read is Me Before You by JoJo Moyes. Just in case I want to see the movie, because if a movie is based on a book you never see the movie before reading the book! 

Daydreams in Dixie

I am loving the books by Beth Albright.  The Sassy Belles were great and the In Dixie Series is just as good.  But maybe that is because the Original Sassy Belles are making appearances.  Daydreams in Dixie is the third in the In Dixie Series and may just be my favorite so far.  I love escaping to Tuscaloosa with the Belles.  Vivi is by far my favorite belle but Annabelle is right there behind her.  This is book is Annabelle story of finding her happily ever after.  Let me tell you if you love a good southern romance the Sassy Belles and In Dixie series’ are for you. 


Southern Belle Reads: Sneak Peak What I’ve Been Reading 

Here is a sneak peak at what I have been reading. More detailed posts on each book coming soon.

Southern Belle Reads and Sassy Belles

Well I have finally gotten my zest for reading back.  All it took were a few sassy belles.  I have been reading the books by Beth Albright in the Sassy Belles series and I am loving them.  I can’t get enough of Vivi, Blake, Dallas, and now Rhonda.  I would love to have the sassy belles as my friends (if they were real of course and I lived in Alabama).   The books in the series are The Sassy BellesWedding BellesSleigh BellesSaved by the Belles, and now two spin offs with some of the same characters Magic in Dixie and Christmas in Dixie.  I highly recommend these books to anybody but especially a Southern Belle or better yet a Sassy Belle.



Southern Belle Reads: Sassy Belles

It is not uncommon for this Southern Belle to be reading more than one book at a time.  So while I am still reading Gone Girl and did just finished reading the Sassy Belles by Beth Albright.  This book was actually pretty good.  The Southern Belle lead character and her Southern Belle best friend kept me laughing.    The story line of this book is not the best but the laughs sure make up for it.  This is actually book one in a series so I’m sure there are many more laughs to come in the other books.  This book is a good book for a Southern Belle and I would recommend it if you are in the mood for an entertaining/funny read.