March: Mental Health Awareness Books

    Hey everyone, I hope you're keeping safe and healthy -physically and emotionally-. March is Mental Health Awareness month and I wanted to share some reads that reflect this. Some may not be good for your mental health to read, so please don't feel this list is at all necessary to even glance at if… Continue reading March: Mental Health Awareness Books

Children of War – Blog Tour

    Synopsis: Hassanakis is a young Muslim boy of Turkish descent growing up on Crete during WWI. Fifteen generations of his family have lived on the island and until now he has never had any reason not to think he is a Cretan. But with the Great Powers tussling over the collapsing Ottoman Empire… Continue reading Children of War – Blog Tour

How to Build a Boyfriend – Blog Tour

    Synopsis: Dating is hard. Being dateless at your perfect sister's wedding is harder.  Meet Kelly. A brilliant but socially awkward robotics engineer desperately seeking a wedding date.  Meet Ethan. Intelligent, gorgeous, brings out the confidence Kelly didn’t know she had and ... not technically human. (But no one needs to know that.)  With… Continue reading How to Build a Boyfriend – Blog Tour

Waiting for Lindsay Review

    GoodReads: On a hot July day, Lindsay Mathieson, confident, carefree and thirteen years old, walks up the beach where she has played all her life, around the rocks and out of sight. She does not come back. More than thirty years later, her younger brothers and cousins are still dealing with the fallout… Continue reading Waiting for Lindsay Review

A Monster Calls: Film VS. Book

    GoodReads: The bestselling novel about love, loss and hope from the twice Carnegie Medal-winning Patrick Ness. Conor has the same dream every night, ever since his mother first fell ill, ever since she started the treatments that don't quite seem to be working. But tonight is different. Tonight, when he wakes, there's a… Continue reading A Monster Calls: Film VS. Book

The Ninth Child eARC Review

    GoodReads: A spellbinding novel of a young doctor's wife, Isabel Aird, struggling to make her childless life meaningful, unaware that the sinister Robert Kirke is watching her every move, by the Sunday Times bestselling author Sally Magnusson. Loch Katrine waterworks, 1856. A Highland wilderness fast becoming an industrial wasteland. No place for a lady. But… Continue reading The Ninth Child eARC Review

Online Resources

    Hey guys, I thought maybe this could be of use to some people, so, here I go.   First off, I did a bookish resource post last year for BE Spring, and I'll link to that, it had some good online resources for books [free and legal!] Bookish Resources BE Spring 2019 Other… Continue reading Online Resources