BOOK REVIEW: HIMSELF by Jess Kidd

I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. I seem to be on a kick for reading books which take place in Ireland lately. Not that I'm saying that's a bad thing, but it's amusing that after reading CITY OF BOHANE, my mind seemed much more well-put-together for … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: HIMSELF by Jess Kidd

BOOK REVIEW: SONGS OF INSURRECTION by JC Kang

(Full disclosure: I do know the author, but I purchased the book on my own and was not asked to review it--in fact, he told me he was afraid for me to read it!┬áThis is my honest review.) I wanted this to come out last week, since the author just released his rebranded version of … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: SONGS OF INSURRECTION by JC Kang

BOOK REVIEW: THE BOY WHO COULD SEE DEMONS by Carolyn Jess-Cooke

So there are a few books on my NetGalley profile that slipped through the cracks early on in my tenure there, and I decided that if I could, I was going to go back and see about giving them the feedback they deserved. This means I'm spending a lot of time cursing at Overdrive and … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE BOY WHO COULD SEE DEMONS by Carolyn Jess-Cooke

BOOK REVIEW: THE WORD EXCHANGE by Alena Graedon

Continuing on in my quest for books that I lost track of during my early days on NetGalley, we come to one of the few books on the list I remember requesting--and being very irritated when I'd found I'd run out of time for it. That was about all I remembered about it. Reading the … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE WORD EXCHANGE by Alena Graedon

BOOK REVIEW: TERMINAL REGRESSION by Mallory Hill

I received a free ARC of this book from The Story Plant in exchange for my honest review. I wasn't quite sure what to make of this book when I first saw it. The cover is very dramatic, all swooping colors and ALL CAPS TITLES, and an indication that this was a contest winning book, … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: TERMINAL REGRESSION by Mallory Hill

REVIEW: A RED DOTTED LINE by Simon Gervais

I received this book as an ARC from The Story Plant in exchange for my honest review. Okay, so this review should have gone up ages ago, but because my life seems to have fallen apart, I didn't get a chance to put this up when I wanted. Also, I should have known better, honestly. … Continue reading REVIEW: A RED DOTTED LINE by Simon Gervais

BOOK REVIEW: SIGNS OF ATTRACTION by Laura Brown

Laura and I have seen each other around social media for a while now (and she's proven to be an excellent critique partner; if ever I write more of Rem and Sam's romance, it'll be thanks to her) so when she started talking about this book, I was incredibly excited to read it. Not just … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: SIGNS OF ATTRACTION by Laura Brown

On Reading and Reviewing Books

I know, I know. This isn't a book review like I've promised. The honest fact of the matter is that I haven't gotten through a book in time for today. (Okay, that's not entirely true, but the book I did read recently is an ARC and the review doesn't go up for a while now. … Continue reading On Reading and Reviewing Books