Book Review: Seven Sorcerers by Caro King

Title: Seven Sorcerers Author: Caro King Genre: Middle Grade, Fantasy, Urban Fantasy Publisher: Simon & Schuster Publication Date: May 3rd … [Continue reading]

Character Interview: Lord Arkus From "My Sparkling Misfortune"

The Book Title: My Sparkling Misfortune Author: Laura Lond Genre: Humor, Fantasy, Middle Grade, Epic Fantasy Read my review! Goodreads | … [Continue reading]

Book Review: Rook by J.C. Andrijeski

Title: Rook (Allie's War, Book One) Author: J.C. Andrijeski Genre: Urban Fantasy, Science Fiction, Contemporary Fantasy, Romance Publisher: White … [Continue reading]

In My Mailbox (10) / Mailbox Monday (18)

Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week. (Library books don’t count, but eBooks … [Continue reading]

Book Review: These Hellish Happenings by Jennifer Rainey

Title: These Hellish Happenings Author: Jennifer Rainey Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Dark Humor, Vampires, Demons, Adult Rating: 4,5 … [Continue reading]

Book Review: My Sparkling Misfortune by Laura Lond

Title: My Sparkling Misfortune Author: Laura Lond Genre: Humor, Fantasy, Middle Grade, Epic Fantasy Rating: 4,5 stars Goodreads | … [Continue reading]

Book Review: The Poisoned House by Michael Ford

Title: The Poisoned House Author: Michael Ford Genre: Gothic Horror, Victorian, Ghosts, Haunting, Young Adult Publisher: Albert Whitman & … [Continue reading]

Book Review: Angelology by Danielle Trussoni

Title: Angelology Author: Danielle Trussoni Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Supernatural Rating: 3,5 stars Goodreads Review copy purchased from the … [Continue reading]

In My Mailbox (9) / Mailbox Monday (17)

Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week. (Library books don’t count, but eBooks … [Continue reading]

Monthly Round-Up Post April

I read and reviewed 14 books this month. That's a new record for me! In The Storm by Karen Metcalf - 4/5 stars Catching an Evil Tail by Mary … [Continue reading]