Book Review: Dead Letters by Caite Dolan-Leach

source Genre: Mystery Thriller "Paper girl, burn the world." There has been a death in the family. The dead has written her last farewells: Ahoy, Ava! Welcome home, my sweet jet-setting twin! So glad you were able to wrest yourself away from your dazzling life in the City of Light; I hope my death hasn't … Continue reading Book Review: Dead Letters by Caite Dolan-Leach

Series of the Week: Clue by A.E. Parker (Creator), Eric Weiner

Welcome to Series of the Week! This week went by fast but not fast enough and I work the next 4 days lmao. Yay me, yay money! Honestly...yesterday was a travesty and I need like 5 shots stat. This week's series of the week is probably was kick started my love of mysteries. I had … Continue reading Series of the Week: Clue by A.E. Parker (Creator), Eric Weiner

Book Review: House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig

"Dance with me?" source Genre: Fantasy/Horror/Gothic Ass Fairy Tale What in the gothic fairy tale hell did I just read? Mother of Christ this was so good. I'm honestly at a loss for words. I usually tell ya'll a quick synopsis and everything and then I get into whether the book is good or not … Continue reading Book Review: House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig

Thursday Discussion 9/05: Books you want everyone to read

When I was younger my sister and cousin told me something that simultaneously pissed me off but made me extremely happy. I don't remember why this happened or what brought this up but I remember that I was in the kitchen playing an intense and ferocious game of Neopets on the family computer and they … Continue reading Thursday Discussion 9/05: Books you want everyone to read

ARC Review: Malamander by Thomas Taylor, Tom Booth (Illustrations)

Genre: Fantasy/Middle Grade “Because I’m lost,” she says. “And I’d like to be found.” Malamander. A fantastical sea creature of which legends are made of. It's...not real, right? No, it can't possibly be. Just another myth spread around the small town of Eerie-on-Sea. At least that's what our protagonist Herbie Lemon tries to tell himself … Continue reading ARC Review: Malamander by Thomas Taylor, Tom Booth (Illustrations)

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Enjoyed That Are Outside of My Comfort Zone

It's Tuesday and also the first day back to school for my daughter...She's in 2nd grade now and I'm just...so not ready for this lol. Everything is happening so fast and I've been crying for weeks over this ugh. 🙂 Let's wish Queen Juliet a happy first day of school. Tuesday also means Top Ten … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Enjoyed That Are Outside of My Comfort Zone

Book Review: Jamie Quinn Mystery Collection 1-3 by Barbara Venkataraman

source Hello, hello. An author reached out to me via my Contact page and in exchange for a fair and honest review gifted me her book to review! Thanks Barbara 🙂 I have some more books to get through but if you are an author and would like me tor review your work as well … Continue reading Book Review: Jamie Quinn Mystery Collection 1-3 by Barbara Venkataraman