Book Reviews – The Halloween/Fall Edition

Umm. The intro's always the hardest. So. Let's just skip, yes? Well, happy Halloween! Or All Saint's day. Depending on if you're one of those people or not. Well. Today I have some reviews for you. Three, to be exact ( + gifs)The reviews themselves reach nearly 3k words, so read at your own risk...... Continue Reading →

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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 →

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. 😉 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 →

Stalking Jack the Ripper ~ Review

Ha! See, guys, I'm posting today! Told ya I could do it! Now, this post may get a bit ... scatterbrained because I'm watching a movie while writing this, but whatever. Anyways. Today I'm writing a book review on Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco. Seventeen-year-old Audrey Rose Wadsworth was born a lord's daughter,... Continue Reading →

Gilt Hollow – Lorie Langdon

Hey everyone! Sorry I went AWOL last week! I was EXHAUSTED (when am I not???) and didn't feel like getting a post up. Anyways, today I'm reviewing a book titled Gilt Hollow by Lorie Langdon. Willow Lamott’s best friend is a murderer, and no one in the small town of Gilt Hollow will let her... Continue Reading →

The Invoice – Jonas Karlsson

Hey guys! So, it's late (again), so I'm just hurrying and writing this. With out rereading it (yes, I usually do that). Oops. Enjoy! Oh, the book is The Invoice by Jonas Karlsson. Hilarious, profound, and achingly true-to-life, Jonas Karlsson’s novel explores the true nature of happiness through the eyes of hero you won’t soon forget A... Continue Reading →

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