This book is not at all what I expected- in a good way. The timing was right to read it, I was between books, and it happened to be a good filler. I cannot stress how happy I am that I did not turn down an offer to read “The Dark Net”. Imagine a world… Continue reading “The Dark Net”- Benjamin Percy
An alternate reality where the Library of Alexandria survives?!?! It’s every book lover’s dream- sign me up!!!!! Actually, that’s exactly what I did. I originally put in a request through Netgalley to view “Ash and Quill”. I quickly learned that “Ash and Quill” was book number 3 in “The Great Library” series and I… Continue reading “The Great Library Series”- Rachel Caine
First and foremost, can we take a step back and appreciate this gorgeous looking cover? You cannot tell me that this beaut wouldn’t snag your attention sitting on the new release shelf at your local bookstore. This cover would make me stop dead in my tracks, begging me to read the back cover. Had I… Continue reading “The Space Between The Stars”- Anne Corlett
Jo Ho is a new author for myself, however if someone were to describe her book to me I would jump at the opportunity to purchase it at a bookstore. Which always goes to show, even though you may have a favorite author, sometimes it pays to get out of your comfort zone and try… Continue reading Author Spotlight- Jo Ho
I’m not going to lie- I started this book, lost interest, and picked up “A Court of Wing and Ruin” instead. Once I started reading EOS again, of course I fell right back into the story and it was a quick read. At this point I owe readers 2 reviews: one on “Heir of Fire”… Continue reading “Empire of Storms”- Sarah J Maas
While this statement may be true, I have to say it is unequivocally UNTRUE when it comes to reading. Some of you may have seen a recent lapse in my blogs/interviews etc. Fortunately/unfortunately, it has just been a season of life that is particularly busy. We had a death in the family, and I received… Continue reading Absence makes the heart grow fonder. . .
“Our feet bear the scars of how far we’ve climbed and where we’ve stumbled.”