Review: Saturn Run by John Sandford

I can’t say I expected this to be the best Sandford book I’ve read…and trust me, I’ve read them all (even the art one he did way back when), but I certainly didn’t expect it to the worst. 429 more words


Review: A Song of Shadows by John Connolly

I *really* like this Charlie Parker guy! Besides Parker, I also really enjoy the other characters in this series as well. In many ways, we get to know and love Charlie simply by watching how others act and respond around him. 438 more words


Review: Ghostboy, Chameleon & the Duke of Graffiti by Olivia Wildenstein

If you’re into YA genre this book is perfect for you. Predictable in parts, but not in others. I appreciate that Wildenstein kept this book honest all the way through. 275 more words


Review: A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn

What can I say? I absolutely loved this book I adored it! Enjoyed every word of it. I hated for it to end. I hope this is a long series. 509 more words


Review, Blog Tour, & Giveaway: Friction by Sandra Brown

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I haven’t read Sandra Brown in years. This book is a big reminder that I shouldn’t overlook authors just because I’ve read them and because they are well known….yes, there are some authors out there that I believe have gotten lax over the years and taken their popularity for granted, not putting out their best efforts, however, Brown has shown me in this novel that she isn’t one of them. 552 more words


Cover Reveal: Like the Red Sky at Morning by Brielle Skye

I really enjoyed Solitude of a Birdcage. After I finished the last page of the novel (See my review here!) I hoped that there would be a second book…so you can imagine my excitement when Ms Skye contacted me and confirmed my suspicions of a sequel! 387 more words