BOOK REVIEW: ETERNAL VOWS by Chrissy Peebles

This is another book that I picked up back before I'd gotten my Kindle, so it was a trek back to the land of Nook for this.  I had absolutely no memory of it, and had no idea what to expect other than what the cover seemed to indicate--which was either going to be romance, … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: ETERNAL VOWS by Chrissy Peebles

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BOOK REVIEW: THE NIGHT CHILD by Anna Quinn

I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.  I'm never write sure what to make of the books I pick up from netgalley. I've read some really amazing things, and I've found some authors I will actively avoid in the future. I don't mind the disparity of it; … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE NIGHT CHILD by Anna Quinn

BOOK REVIEW: UNTEACHABLE by Elliot Wake

It's no secret that I'm a huge fan of Elliot Wake's work. CAM GIRL is one of the books I point at every time someone asks me for a book request. (...As long as I think they'd be okay with the subject matter. Cause it's...uh. A bit dark. XD) It's also not a huge secret … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: UNTEACHABLE by Elliot Wake

BOOK REVIEW: MIRRORED HEARTS by Emily Sheppard

I received a copy of this story through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. I had absolutely no idea of what to expect when confronted with this story. It sounded interesting, so I requested it and it found its way to my Kindle. The description gives away very little (including not telling me something … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: MIRRORED HEARTS by Emily Sheppard

BOOK REVIEW: BLACKBIRDS by Chuck Wendig

I did it! I finally read the damn thing! Everyone should be very proud of me. It's an interesting departure for me, given that my only experience before this with Wendig's writing (that isn't a tweet or blog post) was the Heartland trilogy. And Miriam Black and her world aren't even remotely close to that … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: BLACKBIRDS by Chuck Wendig

BOOK REVIEW: THE BLUEBELL INFORMANT by Nick R B Tingley

I received a copy of this book free of charge from the author in exchange for my honest review. I like killers with calling cards. I like the concept of calling cards in general. (One of the video games I'm playing at present uses the concept, and it pleases me immensely.) So in reading the … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE BLUEBELL INFORMANT by Nick R B Tingley