Allison Paige asked me to read her book, After the Bees, a few months ago, and I have honestly been putting it off. Why have I been putting it off you ask? A few reasons. One, I absolutely adored the plot line to this, and I was truly terrified I would hate it. The idea […]
Listen, I am not a horror gal. I watched Supernatural and the third episode from season freaked me out so much I had nightmare for a week. (Though in my defense it wasn’t the entire episode, it was just that one split second scene of the kid poking out of the water). So when Shawn […]
I met C.J. Pearson by sheer chance while I was shopping at Barnes and Nobles. We started talking about books, and he metioned to me that he had authored a fantasy series, and that the first book was Where the Children of the Wind Once Danced. Obviously that meant I had to download the book […]
It is not often that I find a book, that the entire time I am reading it I just sit and go “this is a strange book.” And yet, with Cryptofauna by Patrick Canning is a book I never stopped having that thought. The book itself starts out interestingly enough, with our main character, Jim, […]
I am finding more and more that I like the genre where humans have almost gone extinct, and other species have taken over. Honestly this should also concern me more than it does seeing as I am a human and not another species. Kacey Lee wrote the book Deal with the Demon Lord, and as […]
Whenever I am reading a series I always get that moment of worry that the next book in the series is going to suck. And not because the first book in the series was bad, not because I have been given any indication that the next book will be bad, but because the first book […]
I am 28 years old at the moment, and I was a young adult when the young adult books like Divergent and Hunger Games came out. There was something about that period in time, and something about those books, that it transported you to a different world and made you think you could be the […]
Though I am not a big poetry fan (I feel like I have said this before) Raymond M. asked me to review his poems in his book Long were the Nights, and how could I say no; Because when a poem is done well, it can punch you in the gut with meaning. There are […]
You ever read something in a book that you have to reread multiple times because it doesn’t quite make sense?
I will exist long after I need you from my life.