I was blown away by this story and the heartfelt way in which it was told. It’s about so much more than the war, reading it, you unwind a conspiracy where the conspirators took advantage of the chaos of the time to frame an innocent man and steal his fortune. It is a particularly sad story because it is told by the daughter of the framed man who at the time was only a child and had to see her family fall from opulence to ruin as a result of this plot. Her father had thoroughly documented his account of what happened giving the author a first-hand account to share to clear his name.
Hey awesome readers! I hope you are doing well, what are you reading this weekend? Today I'm happy to be doing another Short Reads Saturday, where I knock one of the shorter books of my reading list (it helps me feel like I made progress). Today's book was a real treat because it is by… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) On the Altar by Jeff Chapman @JeffChpmnWriter
Hello awesome readers. I have a review for you today for a book that I really, really enjoyed. Librarian Lyssa Strata is fed up with the laws in her town that date back to the witch trials and treat women and people of color with the same oppression as seen in 1625. She's going to… Continue reading (REVIEW) LYSSA STRATA by Martti Nelson @MaladyMartti – Available on Radish @radish_fiction
Hello awesome readers. Today I'm doing another Short Reads Saturdays where I knock out a review for one of the shorter books on my TBR pile. Today's book is a really fun one. A graphic novel about a child genius who causes catastrophes with his mad science wherever he goes. I hope you enjoy my… Continue reading (REVIEW) Dr. Herbert West & Astounding Tales of Medical Malpractice by Bruce Brown #ShortReadsSaturdays
Hello awesome readers. I wanted to share one of my early reviews I posted 7 years ago on the old blog. I really loved this book and it makes me feel nostalgic just looking at this old review. It also makes me long for historical romance and historical fiction, genres I used to read quite… Continue reading #ThrowbackThursday Review Edition – Sir Philip’s Folly by M. C. Beaton
Hello awesome readers. I got a review for you today for a book that I absolutely loved. This is a book I never wanted to put down. I feel terrible about how long this one has been on my TBR but I'm happy to have finally devoured this backlist book. I hope you'll enjoy my… Continue reading (REVIEW) Timekeeper by Tara Sim @EachStarAWorld
Hello awesome readers. It's almost 2019 here in Cali and time to share my favorite books that I read in 2018. Without further ado, here is my list! In no particular order. Top 10 Books of 2018 The Bug Jar by Ava Black (Psychological Thriller, Crime, Mental Illness Awareness) Reading Blue Devils by Jon Bennett… Continue reading My Favorite Books Read in 2018 #Top10 Featuring authors: @jlightbody11 @jbennett830 @tbraun_author @MadinaPaola @jasekovacs @RRJames14 @casorensen @girlswantago @andrewcull @JennyTwist1
Hello awesome readers. Welcome to my stop on the Book Tour for new release, Cordial Killing by Vikki Walton. I have a review for you of this book as well as a recipe straight from the heart of the story! Cordial Killing is a cozy mystery set in a B&B where the guests can learn… Continue reading Book Tour (REVIEW) Cordial Killing by Vikki Walton w/ Elderberry Cordial Recipe & #Giveaway Contest @girlswantago
Hello awesome readers. I'm so glad I was able to knock another backlist book off my TBR! I haven't been able to read many backlisted books because I've been so busy reading 2018 releases as a judge for the Indie Horror Book Awards but I saved this special book from my TBR just for today...… Continue reading (REVIEW) Uncle Vernon by Jenny Twist @JennyTwist1 #HalloweenReading #BeatTheBacklist #DeweyDragons
Hey awesome readers. I'm excited to share my review of The Bug Jar by Ava Black. The mystery in this stunning psychological thriller kept me guessing til the end and I stayed up til 4AM one night to finish it because I just couldn't put it down! There is still 1 week left to win… Continue reading (REVIEW) The Bug Jar by Ava Black @jlightbody11 #PsychologicalThriller #mentalhealthawareness #giveaway
A fun horror anthology with a variety of monsters, some new and some a twist on the familiar. I devoured this read quickly and enjoyed every minute of it. Each story is like a dark little mystery that unveils itself in new and shocking ways. If you like short story anthologies and horror you can't pass this one up... Read on to see the full review...
Hello awesome readers and welcome to another Short Reads Saturday. Those special Saturdays when we knock short books off our TBR list. I am obsessed with time travel so I am excited to share today's book which includes 2 short stories featuring strange anomalies in time... enjoy!
Super excited to share this must read horror novel with you guys! Description: Peter and his wife Hannah move back to his hometown to be near his parent’s as their health declines. They think they are moving into his childhood home but due to a mix up they find themselves moving into an old farmhouse that possesses dark secrets. The past and the present collide in deadly ways, how can they survive the nightmare room?
Hey awesome readers. I got a weird one for you guys today. A list of 5 books I want to read but sadly I probably never will! Why wont I? A big part of the reason is that I already have myself fully booked on reading so I just wont be fitting this gems in.… Continue reading 5 Books I Want to Read but Never Will