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The New Nancy Drew

Nancy Drew is one of my all-time favorite detectives (sorry Sherlock!)  She’s clever and spunky at the same time that she’s kind.  Even as an adult I still read the classic Nancy Drew books and even play HerInteractive’s wonderful… 820 more words

Review of 'Day 21' by Kass Morgan

Thanks to Bookbridgr and Hodder & Stoughton for the ARC of this book.

WARNING: This review contains spoilers.

I finished The 100 at the weekend, it ended with a huge cliffhanger so I wanted to move on the next book straight away. 314 more words


Only Lovers Left Alive: Jim Jarmusch and the Vampire Genre

While the vampire genre has always consistently proved popular within both cinema and literature, the 21st century has witnessed a staggering rise in the amount of films centred on vampires. 1,589 more words


Valentine's Day: Prologue & Chapter 1



“Valentine Davis.”


“Yeah. Uh, I was born on Valentine’s Day.”

The doctor glanced at his chart, then flipped the page. “So you were,” he murmured. 2,185 more words


Kings of Ruin- A Guest Review

 By Ifbatmanwereajedi

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN MEN IN BLACK, ROCK N ROLL, AND LGBT YA ROMANCE HAVE A BABY? KINGS OF RUIN THAT’S WHAT! When I got this book in the mail, I was very intrigued by this book. 519 more words

Bold Strokes Books

The Great Earthworm Rescue

I went on a walk at seven that morning because I was in Pasadena and it’s been heating up to a toasty 105 degrees during the day. 352 more words

The Finding Home Series