I’m not quite sure what surprises me more: that I took such a long break from the Throne of Glass series, or that I “accidentally” read book 2 in one day. That’s the problem I have when I run into a book/author that I just fall in love with. I fell in love with “A… Continue reading Crown of Midnight- Sarah J Maas
While Amy Engel is not new to the writing scene, “The Roanoke Girls” is her debut novel for adults. We’re introduced to Lana and her mother. A simple conversation seemingly innocent holds so much foreboding for the rest of the story. A month after Lana’s dream of Roanoke, her dream comes true riding the tail… Continue reading The Roanoke Girls- Amy Engel
Beth Underdown is a new author for myself, and “The Witchfinder’s Sister” happens to be her debut novel. According to her website there is no news on any upcoming works. First and foremost, I have a grievance. I’m pretty sure this grievance is felt on both sides, so most of you will be able to relate.… Continue reading The Witchfinder’s Sister- Beth Underdown
I received an email from YA Bound Book Tours asking if I would be interested in reviewing “The Black Lotus” and “Blood Orchid” by Claire Warner. You know the phrase, “Never judge a book by it’s cover”? I definitely judged “The Black Lotus” AND “Blood Orchid” by their covers and just knew I had to get my… Continue reading The Black Lotus/ Blood Orchid
To be her enemy was to perish. And being her son would not exempt me.”
This is a first here at the QuitterStrip blog! The amazing Jo Ho offered me a chance to view (and review) her brand new novella due out March 13th. Of course, I was (more than) happy to oblige, and give my honest review. First and foremost, let’s talk about the cover. It’s GORGEOUS, and I… Continue reading “The Boy Next Door”- Jo Ho
Sin is it’s own punishment, devouring you from the inside. It’s not my purpose to punish it; it’s my joy to cure it.