Mar 21

Clearing My Conscience…a Quick Regurgitation of Reviews

There’s no pretty way to put this, really. I have been holding on to so many library books that I have had to re-check them five times. That’s 15 weeks, people. These books are long read, yet because of [insert … Continue reading

Jan 29

Review & Giveaway: ‘Historical Heartthrobs: 50 Timeless Crushes from Cleopatra to Camus’ by Kelly Murphy

So I do love history. But, like most people, how much I get out of it certainly depends on the format in which it is presented. Historical Heartthrobs is a read that takes a diverse group of historical figures and tells … Continue reading

Nov 19

Teaser Tuesdays: ‘The Naturals’ by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following: • Grab your current read • Open to a random page • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page • BE … Continue reading

Nov 15

Weekend Reads 11.15.2013 ‘All Our Yesterdays,’ ‘Dream Thieves’

Weekend Reads is a brand new meme started by Alexis at Escape Reality Through Books and Liana at Bookaholic-ness!  The guidelines are simple: Just grab the button and put it on a new blog post. Then, show us what you’re reading and tell us what your … Continue reading

Nov 14

Brief INK Review: ‘Cursed’ by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Briefly: Ember’s little sister, Olivia, can bring back things from the dead. She knows first-hand, since she was one of those things, brought back to life after a harrowing car accident that killed their father and caused their mother to … Continue reading

Oct 30

Brief INK Review: ‘Where the Stars Still Shine’ by Trish Doller

Briefly: Callie moves around a lot. Her mom gets the itch to move, and they go. No matter what time. no matter what the day. Her mom’s extra careful, too, because they don’t want anyone to find them. Then one … Continue reading

Oct 17

Release Day Brief INK Review & GIVEAWAY: ‘Seven Deadlies: A Cautionary Tale’ by Gigi Levangie

Briefly: Told in the format of an admissions letter to a university, our correspondent is a very smart girl of small means – at least compared to her fellow students at Mark Frost Academy. A Latina scholarship student, Perry Gonzales … Continue reading