Book Review: The Zombie Stor..

Book Review: The Zombie Stories of H.P. Lovecraft

When I think of zombies, I think of undead beings who stagger around, moaning and groaning, and looking to consume human (or non-human) flesh and/or brains. I think Night of the Living Dead, The Walking Dead, etc.. What I don’t think of, are scientific reanimations of corpses, black magic being used to take over others’ […]


Book Review: The CentaurR..

Book Review: The Centaur’s Last Breath by April Fernsby

I’ll be honest, this book wasn’t a favorite of mine. It just didn’t capture and keep my attention like I would have liked it to. I found it all too easy to put this one down and not pick it back up. I had to remind myself that I needed to read it for the […]


Book Review: A Witchy Busine..

Book Review: A Witchy Business by Danica Britton

I chose to read A Witchy Business because I like books about witches and because, well, it said it was a cozy mystery and I’ve been trying to figure out exactly what a cozy mystery actually is. Well, I finally figured out that cozy mysteries are basically mysteries with a little bit of romance sprinkled […]


Book Review: De’Fear b..

Book Review: De’Fear by M. J. Reese

I’m not sure what the author was actually going for, because if he was truly going for a psychological thriller, he missed the mark. There was nothing thrilling or scary about this book. At all. There might have been some psychological things going on, but not a whole lot. DE’FEAR is a collection of two […]


Book Review: Destiny’s..

Book Review: Destiny’s a Witch by Lucy May

Destiny’s a Witch is a cute, cozy, kitschy mystery involving a town full of witches, warlocks, and humans. Throw in a bit of romance and you have this adorable story. This is what a cute, cozy mystery should be. I chose to read this book based on two things – the cute cover and the […]


Book Review: Dear Rockstar b..

Book Review: Dear Rockstar by Selena Kitt

If you’re a teenager looking for a new book about teen angst and relationships, don’t bother with this one. Yes, I know the description reads like a really cool YA novel that is set in the 1980s. But it’s not. Trust me. There’s a warning that I found at the very end of the book […]


SNEAK PEEK of Seafire by Nat..

SNEAK PEEK of Seafire by Natalie C. Parker

I was so excited to get to read the sneak peak of Seafire and then… I wasn’t. I thought for sure that a story about a group of girls running a ship and trying to stomp out the bad guys was going to be a super interesting book. But the sneak peak really wasn’t all […]


Sea Witch by Sarah Henning

Sea Witch by Sarah Henning

If you’ve ever seen The Little Mermaid, and you’ve ever wondered how Ursula came to be who she is, this is the book for you. Trust me. I’ve long been a fan of The Little Mermaid, but it never occurred to me that perhaps the sea witch wasn’t always that way. A half human/half octopus […]


SNEAK PEEK of Wildcard by Ma..

SNEAK PEEK of Wildcard by Marie Lu

When I found out that Warcross was actually a series, I was thrilled. While I was annoyed by the game descriptions, I really loved the book. I was hoping there would be at least a second part to the novel and there is! Wildcard, the second novel in the Warcross duology concludes the story that […]


I Do Not Trust You by Laura ..

I Do Not Trust You by Laura J. Burns & Melinda Metz

When I was asked to review I Do Not Trust You, I was a bit on the skeptical side. I’ve been having some issues with books that have multiple authors lately – for some reason I just can’t seem to get into them or if I do get into them, I can’t seem to stay […]


Through the Woods by Emily C..

Through the Woods by Emily Carroll

I heard about Through the Woods on a social network that was touting horror books and I decided to give it a shot. I have to say, I wasn’t disappointed. I didn’t know anything about the book before I started, just that it was called Through the Woods. I was surprised to find it in […]


Edgar Allan Poe: The Ambigui..

Edgar Allan Poe: The Ambiguity of Death by Giuseppe Cafiero

I put this book as a rating of Abandoned because I abandoned it, but honestly, the book was horrible. The book reads like a grade school essay. It’s disjointed, disconnected, and nearly impossible to make sense of. I requested to read this book because I love Edgar Allan Poe. I thought this was supposed to […]


Bad Night Stand by Elise Far..

Bad Night Stand by Elise Farber

I’m not one much for the romance genre, even though it seems like I have quite a few in my NetGalley queue. But Bad Night Stand called to me because it seemed like it would be right up my alley. I wasn’t wrong. I loved it. And in all honesty, I’m sincerely hoping that the […]


Dark Rhapsody by Helaine Mar..

Dark Rhapsody by Helaine Mario

I wanted to like Dark Rhapsody – and I did… at first. But then, I just lost interest. It wasn’t that it switched between character points of view because that’s normal and I don’t have a problem with it. It also wasn’t that the book was lacking in action, because the book isn’t. It’s got […]