Apr 24

Voldy Dies…But Then What?: Pressing #HarryPotter Questions!

I have just finished reading the Harry Potter series (again). I have always loved that JK Rowling so thoughtfully ended the series with an epilogue. Of course we want to know what happened to our favorite characters! However, I must say … Continue reading

Apr 23

Review: ‘Ten Tiny Breaths’ by K. A. Tucker

Towards the end of this story, the heroine has a revelation about why her mother always told her to take ‘ten tiny breaths’ whenever she felt anxious. It went right over my head. Was it the reason I thought, every … Continue reading

Apr 22

Love N Moonshine ~ Review: ‘My Best Everything’ by Sarah Tomp

I’m sure you’ve read something that made you feel either uncomfortable or uneasy, that the entire book was setting the main character up for some horrible ending? For me, this was one of those books. I couldn’t read straight through, … Continue reading

Apr 09

Some Old Friends, Some New

Nice to see you! It’s been a while, though throughout the last month or so, I have been reading so much. I went through a period where I really, really wanted to re-read many of my old books. When my … Continue reading

Feb 13

Merit Press FOUR BOOK Giveaway! 2 Winners!

Happy Valentine’s Weekend! Would you like to win a set of some great books? Merit Press is giving away TWO sets of their first four novels that are being published in paperback! I have read all except one of the … Continue reading

Feb 06

Review: ‘Finding Cinderella’ by Colleen Hoover #COYER

A novella in the Hopeless series, Finding Cinderella starts off with a bang. Due to a scheduling mishap, Daniel has no 5th period class. Luckily, he’s located a maintenance closet where he can sleep during that hour. One day, his relaxation time … Continue reading

Feb 05

Review: ‘Obsidian’ by Jennifer L. Armentrout #COYER

Girl’s dad dies. Three years later, Mom uproots the two of them from Florida to…West Virginia? Girl, aka Katy, is not happy. She doesn’t even realize that there are two teens her age living next door until her mom mentions … Continue reading