Welcome to my online home!

My name is Jess Combs (in case you didn’t figure that out by the top of the page).  I’m married with two daughters and currently three foster children.  I love reading, writing,  knitting, and playing with my babies.

This blog is mostly dedicated to reviews on the books I’ve read lately, but you’ll also find posts about my family, what I’m currently writing, my latest knitting attempts, and whatever else randomly pops into my head!  I hope to post some author interviews in the future as well.

Because my reading tastes vary widely, you’ll find I post about books from many different categories. Everything ranging from the newest children’s story my foster kids are currently loving to the random books my middle schooler feels EVERYONE should be reading to my latest pick in fantasy, science fiction, mystery, drama drama drama (my own category rank), to women’s and literary fiction…  I’ll basically read anything with characters that make me feel as if I know them and we’re going on a journey together. (I often talk about characters from my favorite books as if they live next door.)

I love connecting with readers, authors, and other bloggers, so don’t hesitate to send me a message through the contact me page, or e-mail me at jessica@jesscombs.com.  Aso, be sure to follow me on Twitter and/or Facebook!

Thanks for visiting! 🙂





  1. So, Jess, I was reading around your blog last night. Pretty cool. 2 questions- first, what does your tardis blanket look like-sounds intriguing. And second, how the heck do you manage 2 kids 2 digs, hubby and 2 careers? Amazing, lady.

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    1. LOL… Not really amazing. The TARDIS blanket is just starting. I’m going to try to post pics soon. (I keep getting distracted by a sweater, lol) I do my writing while the kids are in school. The dogs sleep a lot (except for when it storms) and my husband works nights so he sleeps during the day. My normal day goes something like this: drop off the youngest at school, hang out with hubby before he goes to sleep, do the housework and/or grocery shopping, then write til its time for pick up from school. The rest is dinner and homework and packing lunch before I wake him up for work. Then I hang out with the girls until its bedtime.

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