Midnight at the Electric – REVIEW

Hello "peoples" of this earth ... if that's indeed what you are! Today I have a book for you that I adored (which really means that you should be worried!) I ALMOST LITERALLY FIGURATIVELY CRIED. (Hey - I've been reading Unfortuate Events. I'm confused with definitions. WHERE'S SNICKET?!?!) Anyways, this is a lovely, bittersweet historical... Continue Reading →

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Back to Our Regularly Scheduled Program

Friends - happy Tuesday! Because it's a¬†Tuesday. Uh, huh. Yep. Anyways, today I have a double review post, since I have two review books today. ūüėČ The two books are Unfolding (a mystery standalone) by Jonathan Friesen, and Eleanor (a ... some kind of contemporary ... magical realism, maybe?) by Jason Gurley. Enjoy! Jonah wishes... Continue Reading →

Another Blog Tour! (and it’s awesome!)

Hey everyone! Guess what?! It's¬†another blog tour! ūüėõ Anyways, this is the third book in¬†The Blades of Acktar¬†by Tricia Mingerink (tied for my favorite author!!!!!!!!):¬†Defy. The first two reviews for the first two books in the series are here: click for book one // click for book two. And click¬†here¬†for the rest of the tour!... Continue Reading →

Review- And interview- And giveaway- Basically awesomeness!!! (Don’t skip this post, in other words. Just. don’t.)

And bringing up the end to our four weeks of¬†Ilyon ( ūüė• ), is book 3 in the¬†Ilyon Chronicles¬†by Jaye L. Knight:¬†Samara's Peril! This is gonna be a longer post, because I am lucky enough to be apart of the blog tour, so there's blog tour stuff, along with .............................. AN INTEREVIEW WITH JAYE!!! Yay!... Continue Reading →

The King’s Scrolls by Jaye L. Knight

Peoples, we're OVER HALF WAY DONE WITH THE FOUR WEEKS OF ILYON. Ah! Ahem. Today is book 2 in the¬†Ilyon Chronicles by Jaye L. Knight, and it's called¬†The King's Scrolls. Now, let's cut the suspense and get on with it, shall we?? ūüėÄ (Oh, and, you can find my reviews for book 1 and 1.5... Continue Reading →

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