Another book sent to me by my contact at HarperCollins is How to Kill Men and Get Away With It by Katy Brent. The cover made me laugh because at the very bottom it says “For legal purposes: a novel”. Characters Kitty reminds me a lot of me. She’s vegan and she doesn’t care much […]
By now we should all know that if a book is a horror, thriller, or mystery, I’m probably going to want to read it. So when HarperCollins reached out and asked if I’d like to read The Close by Jane Casey, I said yes pretty quickly. Thank you to HarperCollins for sending me this book […]
A couple of years ago, I had the pleasure of reading and reviewing an eARC of Richard Chizmar’s Chasing the Boogeyman. This year, I am honored to have the pleasure to read and review that book’s sequel, Becoming the Boogeyman. Characters My favorite thing about both Chasing the Boogeyman and Becoming the Boogeyman? That Richard […]
I bought House of Salt and Sorrows when it first came out and started reading it right away. But I didn’t finish it. I started reading it again a few months later, but again, didn’t finish it. Finally, after finding out that House of Roots and Ruin, the sequel to House of Salt and Sorrows, […]
Their Vicious Games is nothing short of amazing. Think Squid Games meets The Hunger Games but in this case, the stakes are more than you might think. I’m going to say this now, Adina and Saint have my heart for the female characters. They’re strong, resilient, and while they may take crap at the beginning […]
Today’s spotlight is The Jules Verne Prophecy by Larry Schwarz & Iva-Marie Palmer. This post is part of the blog tour organized by TBR & Beyond Tours.
Today I have a spotlight post for Before the Storm by Jack Byrne. This is part of the Write Reads tour for this book – thanks for letting me participate!