July 6, 2020

Today I am going to write a review on the book I just finished. I had planned to finish it earlier, but life got in the way. Luckily? today was full of doctor’s appointments, so got the little bit left I had to read done. I was gifted this book by the author in order…

April 21, 2018

My review of A midwinter night’s dream: The Broccoli the Stilton and the haystack by Samuel J. White. A Midwinter Night’s Dream was an interesting read. I didn’t know too much about it before I purchased it, but I quickly realized it was a romance story, which is not my usual cup of tea. Thus,…

January 19, 2018

My review of The Invisible Investigation by Lionel Touzellier. I was gifted this book to read and review. To be honest, while I was aware that there were conspiracies regarding the Kennedy assassination, there was a lot of information I was missing, so I quite enjoyed that this book was well cited and allowed for…

March 10, 2017

My review of the Dustpan Cometh (The Cleaners, book 3), by Josh Vogt. A fabulous addition to the Cleaner series. I was especially charmed by the intensive amount of character development for not only Dani and Ben, but for Jared, Sydney, and even Francis. Their growth adds that imperfectly realistic element to the story, and…

February 20, 2017

My review of Gideon Smith and the Mechanical Girl (Gideon Smith, book 1) by David Barnett. An interesting read. The story and characters were slow to get into, and it wasn’t until about halfway through that I found myself really wanting to read more. The cast itself was an interesting array of colorful characters. The…

February 20, 2017

My review of Idyll Threats by Stephanie Gayle. Well paced and strong story with interesting turns. The main character is extremely well written, and is beautifully flawed. His imperfections make him a realistic protagonist and his struggles build him as he works the case in the story. It was hard to put the book down,…

October 22, 2016

My review of Classified as Murder (Cat in the Stacks, book 2) by Miranda James. Wasn’t sure what to expect, but a fun read. Really love the characters and the writing style. Well paced, and of course, who doesn’t love a cat?

March 2, 2016

Today was the last episode of the Shannara Chronicles.  As someone who grew up with Terry Brooks’ books, I was super excited when Eflstones of Shannara was announced for a TV series, and I’ve been following it as it built up, and then of course, each week as it came out. I’m writing my final…

January 31, 2016

Review of the Maids of Wrath (The Cleaners, Book 2) by Josh Vogt. The Cleaners series first off takes a unique take on magic by relating it to something most people think of as totally mundane…cleaning. The set up for the series as whole is very entertaining. The well-thought out magic-based cleaning system is a strong…

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The Dragon Pillars: Earth & Wind. The quest to awaken all of the Pillars continues in the second installment of this epic fantasy trilogy.

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