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Review: ‘Wink Poppy Midnight’ by April Genevieve Tucholke #SRC

You know something’s afoot when the tagline for the book is “A hero. A villain. A Liar. Who’s Who?” Wink Poppy Midnight spins you around like a kid playing Pin the Tail on the Donkey and does not disappoint. Falling into my... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Between’ by Dora Hilburn

Between is a ghost story. And a love story. And the story of a couple of solitary beings, unwilling or unable to change who they are or become more than they are – until they meet. Anna Riggs is the daughter of Walter, an academic who is more... Read More | Share it now!

Book Review: ‘Elegy’ by Tara Hudson (‘Hereafter’ Trilogy #3)

***IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE FIRST BOOK IN THE SERIES, THERE WILL BE SPOILERS*** The Low Down: Getting off to a jarring start, Elegy must also tie up any and all loose ends presented in the previous installments. Easy, no? No. How do you end an epic... Read More | Share it now!

Release Day BriefINK Review: ‘Far Far Away’ by Tom McNeal

Briefly: “Green smoke at midnight; Prince Cakes at first light.” The town baker, Sten Blix, only makes the Price Cakes on very special occasions, so you have to get there quick before they run out. It is said that whatever living thing you looked... Read More | Share it now!

Release Day Book Review: ‘School Spirits’ by Rachel Hawkins

If you are already a fan of Rachel Hawkins’ first series, Hex Hall, I am sure you have been awaiting the arrival of anything she writes since the close of that trilogy last year. Full of wit, magic, mystery, snark and attraction, Book 3 answered all... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Arise’ by Tara Hudson #ATBF12

***IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE FIRST BOOK IN THE SERIES, THERE WILL BE SPOILERS*** Rating: 4 The Low Down: Despite her feelings for Joshua, Amelia knows that their relationship is not going to get any easier. She’s a ghost, he’s 100% alive. He will... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Wraith’ by Angel Lawson

Choice #1: Messy dark hair. Piercing blue eyes. Broad shoulders. Recovering delinquent. Choice #2: Curly blond hair. Dimpled chin. Boyish grin. Dead. Jane Watts’ parents have given it all up – the suburbs, working as lawyers. They don’t even... Read More | Share it now!