Book Review: The Mystery of Black Hollow Lane by Julia Nobel

I won’t ask you to forgive my absence, even though it haunts me. So! This isn't a spooky or creepy read but it's mysterious and we love mysteries in the good month of October. I want to start this book review off by saying that parents who don't listen to their kids are really annoying … Continue reading Book Review: The Mystery of Black Hollow Lane by Julia Nobel

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)

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

Series of the Week: The Royal Diaries Series by Various Authors

I usually do a series of the week every Friday 🙂 Click here and here to see my last two! My family moved around a lot when I was younger something I always always hated. What kid wants to uproot their entire life and find new friends every school year? I was painfully shy too … Continue reading Series of the Week: The Royal Diaries Series by Various Authors