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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 it. Even... Read More | Share it now!

#COYER: New Year’s Read-A-Thon 1/1/15 – 1/4/15

This is the first read-a-thon in the COYER (Clean Out Your EReader) Winter Challenge. You can sign up to join at Fantasy Is More Fun. My (tentative) list of what I hope to read is as follows:   The Enemy by Charlie Higson (The Enemy #1). My husband... Read More | Share it now!

Review + GIVEAWAY: ‘All The Bright Places’ by Jennifer Niven

Want to win a free copy? Enter at the bottom of the post! Is it true? Are more flowers sent, more mourners present and more speeches given for those kids who die in an accident or of an illness? Death, especially of a young person, is horrible, and... Read More | Share it now!

INKlets: Four (Count ‘Em, Four!) Book Review Round-Up

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher Briefly: Nice guy Clay Jensen receives a mysterious box that contains cassette tapes. The weird thing? They are from his dead classmate, Hannah Baker. Hannah committed suicide, and Clay does not want to have to hear... Read More | Share it now!

Cormoran Strikes again: ‘The Silkworm’ by Robert Galbraith

Briefly: Private Detective Cormoran Strike gained quite a bit of notice by proving the so-called suicide of an infamous model was indeed murder. He has more work than he can say yes to, though it is mostly of the “I need you to follow my... Read More | Share it now!

‘Wanted: Dead or in Love’ Giveaway Winner!

  Thank you to all who entered the Wanted: Dead or in Love giveaway! I am happy to announce that the winner is: Reanna of Phantasmic Reads! Reanna has won author Kym Brunner’s book about gangsters, being on the run, unwanted stowaways,... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK Review: ‘Dear Killer’ by Katherine Ewell

Briefly: Kit Ward has been primed to take over the family business. Well, at least on her mother’s side, anyway. Vienna Ward was a serial killer, and has been training Kit in the art of assassination since she was young. And how do they find their... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK Review: ‘Lies My Girlfriend Told Me’ by Julie Anne Peters

Briefly: Alix’s girlfriend’s abrupt and unexpected death cripples Alix. Though they’d only been dating for six weeks, Alix knew this was going to be a long-term relationship. And then, in more ways that one, it suddenly wasn’t. When Alix is... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Whispering Hills’ by Taryn Browning

Authors who offer up their books for a “read to review” are very brave. Handing over their work to a group of amateur writers is basically asking for a beating. It’s hard to review someone else’s work, especially when you might be hoping to... Read More | Share it now!