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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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 REVIEW: BLACK IRIS by Elliot Wake (writing as Leah Raeder)

I know all of you are probably familiar with my love of this author, particularly his book CAM GIRL, especially if you watch any of my YouTube videos. When BAD BOY came out in December, I was all set to by it instantly, but was told it might help to read BLACK IRIS first, as … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: BLACK IRIS by Elliot Wake (writing as Leah Raeder)

What’s Coming Next

Yeah, it's another week with no book review. Sorry!! I don't have a great excuse, other than the last book I read is getting a review posted later this month so that it can keep close to the publication date, and I've been feeling busier than usual. But I figured we could talk about some … Continue reading What’s Coming Next

BOOK REVIEW: THE PASSENGER by Lisa Lutz

(Double whammy reviews! This is what I get for not watching release dates.) I was given an ARC of this book through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Logging into NetGalley is always a fun adventure, much like being in a library or book store. You wander around for a while, peering at book … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE PASSENGER by Lisa Lutz

BOOK REVIEW: Trust Me by Earl Javorsky

Jeff Fenner's life is on the brink of collapse. He owes the wrong people too much money, anything he might call his own he's losing his grip on, and his estranged sister has just committed suicide. The police are on his trail and it won't lead anywhere Jeff is ready to go. There's no light … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Trust Me by Earl Javorsky

Book Review: The Great Gatsby

I was talking to someone online who'd checked out my blog and really appreciated my review of To Kill a Mockingbird, and noted that he'd really enjoy seeing my take on The Great Gatsby.  Anyone who knows me knows full well that this is not a challenge I can pass by. For years, I absolutely loathed Gatsby. I … Continue reading Book Review: The Great Gatsby