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BOOK REVIEW: ALONG CAME A WOLF by Adam Dreece

So I may have mentioned that I'm using 2019 to catch up on all the billion books I have on my Kindle and/or Nook. And since I haven't used my Nook nearly as often since I got my Kindle, I figured I'd fire it back up and pick out the last few books I had … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: ALONG CAME A WOLF by Adam Dreece

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Looking for New Projects

So I've been thinking for a while now that I should probably get into writing romances. I've already started falling into the abyss of romance books (seriously, there are so many on my Kindle right now...) and I do enjoy the stories for the most part. And I know that as a writer, it's one … Continue reading Looking for New Projects

BOOK REVIEW: CUMBERLAND by Amey Coleman

So I wrote a review of sorts for this on Goodreads, and normally for a book like this, I wouldn't bother with a "full" review. And to be fair, I'm not going to give it a complete full review. I can't. You'll see why. But in the end, the summary of everything I have to … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: CUMBERLAND by Amey Coleman

BOOK REVIEW: MY FAVORITE HALF-NIGHT STAND by Christina Lauren

It occurs to me that I have a metric butt-load of romances on my Kindle, and eventually I'm going to need to get around to reading them all. I know I haven't exactly marketed myself as a romance blogger, so I may be starting a side blog to cover all of them. No worries, I … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: MY FAVORITE HALF-NIGHT STAND by Christina Lauren

BOOK REVIEWS: ….uh, several

So I haven't been reading a ton, but I've been reading enough that I feel bad not having put anything up here lately. I've been doing a lot more and haven't quite found the balance I want between them all, hence the radio silence on here. As I always say, I'm hoping to get my … Continue reading BOOK REVIEWS: ….uh, several

BOOK REVIEW: THE 7 1/2 DEATHS OF EVELYN HARDCASTLE by Stuart Turton

I'm from a family of readers, and my father has always been the one who when you tell him that he HAS to read a book, it makes him less likely to actually read it. I've inherited a lot of this from him. But as much as both of my parents love to toss books … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE 7 1/2 DEATHS OF EVELYN HARDCASTLE by Stuart Turton