On occasion (or twelve), I will read a book and put off writing the review. There are always different reasons, but it happens. It totally sucks when it is a book that I’ve been asked to review, especially if I didn’t like it the first... Read More | Share it now!
So there’s this girl. Scarlett. New hot guy at school alert! And he’s looking at her! OMG there’s any empty seat next to her! And her bff, Imogen, is totes jealous! Like, ugly jealous! And Scarlett and Imogen are soooo lucky (well,... Read More | Share it now!
Luke Lexton is almost in the Brotherhood. He’s survived the trial by knife and the trial by fire; now he has a month to complete the trial by hammer. Once he’s in, he can’t leave the Malleus Maleficorum except by his death.... Read More | Share it now!
Elliot Baranski’s father has been missing for over a year. It’s a puzzling case, because while the body of Jon Baranski, Elliot’s uncle, was found, there was no sign of his father’s or the third person in their party. It was... Read More | Share it now!
My awesome library sells donated books on the cheap, and I was lucky enough to find The Anglo Files a couple of months ago. An American journalist working for the New York Times met and married an Englishman in New York City. They return to his... Read More | Share it now!
Oh I wanted to find Boywatching a snarky, amusing and engaging story that filled my requirements for a light and funny tale. But it didn’t. It had all of the boxes ticked, but it just never got off the ground and soared.
The story of four... Read More | Share it now!
Crow Hollow was chosen as my free book of the month from Amazon. There were no YA titles offered, and I was intrigued by the description of this adult historical fiction title. I was not disappointed in my choice.
James Bailey, on the commission of... Read More | Share it now!
Ahhh…just what I needed. The balm that soothed this soul overflowing with tedium and the seriousness of some books.
The Low Down: Catherine Vernon has no choice in the matter; her mom, or “(s)mother,” as she secretly calls her, is... Read More | Share it now!
I like fantasy/paranormal books, though these days, it seems like they are mostly found in young adult. I am happy to say I discovered an author who writes adult books in this genre, so I read Crystal Gardens by Amanda Quick. According to her webpage,... Read More | Share it now!