ARC Review: The Accidental Life Swap by Jennifer Joyce

And it’s a lovely bottom; round but firm and full of rhythm. source There is something about chick-lits from the United Kingdom that really makes me happy. They manage to cheer me up even when I am in this current mood of 'fuck romance, it's dead and doesn't matter'. And I can't help but feel … Continue reading ARC Review: The Accidental Life Swap by Jennifer Joyce

Goodbye August!!! August Monthly Wrap-Up

Thank GOD the worst month of the year is finally over and we can begin to usher in the greatness of hoodie weather fall. Guys, I am just so over this heat, over the summer, over the drip of sweat on my boobs. UGH. Ready to stay chilly in my over-sized sweaters, leggings, and abundance … Continue reading Goodbye August!!! August Monthly Wrap-Up

Blog Tour & ARC Review: His Hideous Heart Edited by Dahlia Adler

"We can't stop here. This is bat country." Welcome one and all to my stop on the blog tour! And also my very first blog tour!! It's amazing to me that the first blog tour I would be asked on is a retelling of Edgar Allen Poe stories. As most moody- I'm too cool to … Continue reading Blog Tour & ARC Review: His Hideous Heart Edited by Dahlia Adler

ARC Review: The Twisted Ones by T. Kingfisher

“You have trespassed into deep places, and the only way out is deeper still.” source This was a hell of a creepy read. Of course, it's to be expected by a book called The Twisted Ones. I immediately conjured thoughts of Uzumaki by Junji Ito in my mind and to be fair, I wasn't far … Continue reading ARC Review: The Twisted Ones by T. Kingfisher

ARC Review: The Amazing Life of Azaleah Lane by Nikki Shannon Smith , Mari Lobo (Illustrations)

I have a 7 year old daughter and I requested this book mostly for her. We're black and oftentimes our stories are not told and I feel that it's important for her to read books where characters look like her and share the same cultural background.To put it shortly, we loved this book. The illustrations … Continue reading ARC Review: The Amazing Life of Azaleah Lane by Nikki Shannon Smith , Mari Lobo (Illustrations)

ARC Review: Emotional Detox for Anxiety: 7 Steps to Release Anxiety and Energize Joy by Sherianna Boyle

sourceart by victoria olt We are BACK with another self help book. This month is cruel. The anniversary of my mother's stroke is coming up and I am feeling the weight of emotions. It's been 11 years and she is still paralyzed and cannot speak. I miss how it used to be and every year … Continue reading ARC Review: Emotional Detox for Anxiety: 7 Steps to Release Anxiety and Energize Joy by Sherianna Boyle

ARC Review: Good Girls Lie by J.T. Ellison

Trigger warnings: Suicide " Really? At an all girls boarding school? How deliciously gothic." Gothic doesn't even begin to scratch the surface of this book. Let's call it as it is, a lesbian gothic thriller set to the tone of rich millennial teens are out of their minds. They are ruthless. Meet Ash, an orphan … Continue reading ARC Review: Good Girls Lie by J.T. Ellison

ARC Review: Find Your Glow, Feed Your Soul Emily Silva

"All will be well." Hi, yes time for another self help book!! Everything happens for a reason. I have and will always believe that. I'm going through a lot lately. The anniversary of my mother's debilitating stroke is upon us and this summer hasn't been kind to me either. I'm going to be honest but … Continue reading ARC Review: Find Your Glow, Feed Your Soul Emily Silva

ARC Review: Grimworld by Avery Moray

“Don’t come back to haunt me.” How can I even begin to describe this book? It was like reading a mashup of Coraline and The Nightmare Before Christmas. I could perfectly envision the telltale creepy stop animation in my mind of the ever dark Halloween esque town of Grimworld. Simply put, I loved this. It’s … Continue reading ARC Review: Grimworld by Avery Moray