Manga Fridays: Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba #1 by Koyoharu Gotouge

This has been very popular as of late and after reading volume one of the manga I can see why. Shonen can be generic in a way. Hero has a problem, hero has to bulk up to solve said problem, many obstacles in the way, etc. What I love about Demon Slayer is that it … Continue reading Manga Fridays: Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba #1 by Koyoharu Gotouge

Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: Tucker (The McBrides of Texas #2; Eternity Springs ) by Emily March

Hello, I was asked to participate in this lovely blog tour. Thanks very much to the publisher for this privilege and this copy of my ARC. This is a special one ya'll because not only are you getting a review but this post will also be a giveaway of this fantastic novel! It has been … Continue reading Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: Tucker (The McBrides of Texas #2; Eternity Springs ) by Emily March

ARC Review: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

She wanted a fairy tale, and I wanted to give her that. When I first was introduced to Silvia Moreno-Garcia I was enchanted and spirited away into her world through the pages of Gods of Jade and Shadow. There we trekked with the heroine Casopiea as she went on a journey with an outcasted God … Continue reading ARC Review: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Manga Review: My Hero Academia [Boku No Hero Academia 1] by Kohei Horikoshi

So I used to do a thing called Series of the Week every Fridays but seeing as I don’t read many series I’m going to change that to Series of the Month instead. So now we are going to do Manga/Comic Fridays. I read a lot of Manga/Comic Books and Ive found plenty of them … Continue reading Manga Review: My Hero Academia [Boku No Hero Academia 1] by Kohei Horikoshi

ARC Review: Don’t Read the Comments by Eric Smith

This was a sweet and surprising read, a modern take on gaming and the troll community surrounding it. Divya is a top streamer on Glitch and works hard on it not for the fame and glory but to support herself and her mother after her parents rocky divorce. Diyva is of Indian descent and a … Continue reading ARC Review: Don’t Read the Comments by Eric Smith

ARC Review: Belle Révolte by Linsey Miller

Belle Révolte Ahhh, doesn’t the title absolutely slide off your tongue and quiver against your lips? The cover is gorgeous as well. It looks like ice cream. These two combined were what made me want to snatch this book up and even though I’ve been burned before by that deadly combo, I was willing to … Continue reading ARC Review: Belle Révolte by Linsey Miller

ARC Review: The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa

Besides horror and gore I am a sucker for romance and sappy chick lit. Yes, I will spend my weekends off huddled in my bed watching Korean dramas SOBBING my eyes out at cheesy romance and I have binged 27 Dresses starring Katherine Heigl more times than I can count. Love is flawed and wrenching … Continue reading ARC Review: The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa

ARC Review: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder (A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, #1) by Holly Jackson

I just have to keep chasing, even when the path is resisting me. We are not playing around with books in this year of 2020. Quite the opposite. The amount of fantastic books I have read so far and it is only FEBRUARY. I am absolutely astounded and delighted. Yes, the world may be crumbling … Continue reading ARC Review: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder (A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, #1) by Holly Jackson

ARC Review: Moon Magic: A Handbook of Lunar Cycles, Lore, and Mystical Energies by Aurora Kane

I’ve always had an affinity to the moon. When tears would course down my eyes and trail tracks down my cheeks I would wish not upon the stars but pray to that crescent sliver or that glowing orb.When my maternal grandmother died years ago that night I sought comfort and in the dark I felt … Continue reading ARC Review: Moon Magic: A Handbook of Lunar Cycles, Lore, and Mystical Energies by Aurora Kane

ARC Review: Welcome to the Pine Away Motel and Cabins: A Novel by Katarina Bivald

Absolutely nothing is fine. When I was a teenager I read a Sweet Valley High book where a terrible earthquake occurred and a beloved side character died in the aftermath. She was cremated and her ashes were scattered in the ocean and I was so touched that immediately after reading that I went up to … Continue reading ARC Review: Welcome to the Pine Away Motel and Cabins: A Novel by Katarina Bivald