The Dreaded 3 Star Review

    Discussion post today, and I'm tackling the three-star head on! I know that writers aren't fond of the three-star rating, and well, I mean, it makes sense. But, why do we as reviewers issue them? I do completely understand when an author would like an explanation of why a three-star if we seem… Continue reading The Dreaded 3 Star Review

2019 Retellings I Read & Loved

Hey all, I've felt in a retelling mood lately, maybe because I read so many fantastic ones last year. Here are the ones that debuted last year that I read and reviewed [except I haven't reviewed Stepsister yet. Click on the picture to be taken to my review post, click on the link under to be… Continue reading 2019 Retellings I Read & Loved

Comparing Notes

  Hey all! This is it!!! The FIRST in the series, Comparing Notes. I had this in mind for a couple of months, it was inspired by the fact my friend Neda and I both read The Fever King and had completely different reading experiences. It kinda made me remember that we all have varied… Continue reading Comparing Notes

Gemenicia Blog Tour

Summary: The second part of Arthur and Jo’s strange adventures throughout the land of Discoucia, and a time when Archie the Water Goddess has made the ultimate sacrifice to rid the world of her nemesis, Cordelia Paradise, the Fire Goddess. However, things rarely go to plan and Arthur finds himself at war with Archie’s hidden… Continue reading Gemenicia Blog Tour

WWW Wednesday

It's time for the WWW Wednesday meme brought to you all by Taking on a World of Words What Are You Currently Reading? GoodReads Blurb:  The second part of Arthur and Jo’s strange adventures throughout the land of Discoucia, and a time when Archie the Water Goddess has made the ultimate sacrifice to rid the… Continue reading WWW Wednesday

Supporting Authors & Supporting ‘Us’

This post I guess is more of just a discussion post, but I'd like to add that on any of my posts whether I say so or not, I want you to drop your opinions like they're hot. Because I trust you all can be civil and I trust I can be civil so even… Continue reading Supporting Authors & Supporting ‘Us’

Droknina eARC Review

GoodReads Blurb: As the consort of the Prince of the Vampiri, Saphrona resolves not to lose her identity in Gideon’s shadowy world. Though she feels ever more drawn to him and sympathizes with his people’s struggle to emulate human compassion, she refuses to allow anything to threaten her autonomy.  Gideon longs for Saphrona’s love, but… Continue reading Droknina eARC Review

Mini Reviews

**Thanks to Kelly from BookGlow for sending me these two copies to read and review, in exchange for my honest review** GoodReads Blurb: From USA Today featured novelist and Western Writers of America Spur award finalist Milana Marsenich, The Swan Keeperis an historical, coming-of-age novel set in 1920s Montana. On her eleventh birthday, Lilly’s family visits the Cattail… Continue reading Mini Reviews