Top books to read if your book club reads ____ type of books.

Top 10 Tuesday.

Top books to read if your book club reads _____

I almost didn’t do this one because my book club that I usually attends reads YA in general. 1,124 more words


Love in Suspense exclusive first chapter reveal: 'The Lost Codex' by Heather Lyons

On Nov. 7, Heather Lyons takes us back to Wonderland to conclude the imaginative Collectors’ Society series with the highly anticipated The Lost Codex.

We’re so excited to give you a sneak peek at this finale with the entire first chapter. 2,374 more words

Top Stories

A Branch of Silver, a Branch of Gold by Anne Elisabeth Stengl // Review

Ooookay. So, I generally try to be all nice and professional-ish when I review books (not that I’m actually that great at it yet, since I’ve only done about five, but still). 671 more words


4-star quick review: The Princess Fugitive (Melanie Cellier)

** spoiler alert ** As reimaginings of fairy tales go, this was very fun. The idea of Red Riding Hood as the wolf isn’t a new one, but it’s done here very well with a deeply flawed protagonist who is increasingly self-aware of her shortcomings and seeks to remedy them and seek forgiveness and redemption. 176 more words


C. S. E. Cooney - Bone Swans

I knew well before picking this up that I would love this book. Its description and marketing pushed so many of my buttons that there was no way around it. 1,644 more words


Midweek EBook Deals—10/12/16

We’re halfway through the week, so let’s perk things up with some ebook deals!

These Shallow Graves, Jennifer Donnelly: Wealthy Jo Montfort dreams of breaking with 19th century expectations for upper class girls to become a reporter. 264 more words

Bookish Deals

Book Recommendation: A Tale Dark & Grimm By Adam Gidwitz

Confession: I am a sucker for fairy tale retellings. I love stories that begin with, “Once upon a time,” and end with, “Happily ever after,” especially if the retelling puts a unique twist on the original story. 264 more words

Confessions Of A Bookworm