Mini-review for illustrated children's book, Polar Bear Postman by Seigo Kijima. Like last week unfortunately this is another example of why I hate getting illustrated children's books from Netgalley. Polar Bear Postman Author: Seigo Kijima. Category: Illustrated Children's Book Suitable for: All ages, ideal for 4-8 My Rating: 1.5 Stars Format Used for Review: Kindle copy received… Continue reading (Mini-Review) Polar Bear Postman by Seigo Kijima
Hello awesome readers. I'm reviewing a children's book today, and this is a perfect example of why I hate being sent requests for children's books on Netgalley. Click the wrong link, find it automatically added to my shelf (affecting my ratio), receive a mess of an e-book that I'm supposed to use for review. A… Continue reading (REVIEW) Kuma-Kuma Chan’s Travels by Kazue Takahashi
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, today I have a very cool interview for you with, Kai Nicole author of Date Like A Woman. Blurb: This is the dating book Millennial women have been waiting for. It offers a fresh non-sexist perspective on dating and gives women the strategies they need for dating success. This book will revolutionize… Continue reading *Interview* Q&A with Kai Nicole author of Date Like A Woman @DateLikeAWoman @kainicole
State of Emergency Author: Mary Hallberg Category: YA, Zombie Outbreak, Survival Horror, Romance Suitable for: 13+ My Rating: 4 Stars Format Read for Review: Paperback copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Pages: 151 Description: A truck transferring hazardous chemicals crashes in a cemetery and leaks its poison into the water… Continue reading (REVIEW) State of Emergency by Mary Hallberg #HalloweenReads YA Zombie Survival Horror #BeatTheBackList
Faith has always dreamed of owning her own bakery so when her grandmother called her and asked if she would be willing to take over her grandmother's bakery, Faith jumped at the opportunity. Making the move to Florida Faith eagerly began making improvements on the bakery while making new friends. A murder occurs and Faith finds herself the prime suspect.
Hello awesome readers! I am excited to share another book now knocked off my TBR pile and what a fun read this was! A Cinderella retelling that shows you her step-sisters side of the story as well as their struggles for marriage in a wildly humorous and imaginative way. For the month of March this… Continue reading (REVIEW) The Step-Spinsters by Madina Papadopoulos @MadinaPaola @UnspunFairytale #BeatTheBacklist #DeweyDragons #mustread
Hello awesome readers. Thank you so much for joining us today for a fantastic guest post by Jim Jackson. Author of How to Tell a Really Good Story about Absolutely Anything in 4 Easy Steps and Stones in My Passway with two upcoming books (get a peek of those at the end). Enjoy, Your Storytelling Superpower (and how… Continue reading (Guest Post) Your Storytelling Superpower by Author Jim Jackson @jacksontron
Recently Released: Balam, Spring by Travis M. Riddle Balam is a sleepy town on the eastern coast of Atlua, surrounded by forest and sea. It’s a village where nothing happens and everybody knows each other. But now, people are dying. School is out for the spring, and schoolteacher Theodore Saen is ready to spend the next… Continue reading Book Spotlight – Recently Released: Balam, Spring by Travis M Riddle @traviswanteat
Hello awesome reader. Thank you for joining me on another short reads Saturday. I'm knocking off another book that's been on my TBR pile for almost a year. I had a lot of fun reading Romance books this February. A lot more fun than I thought I would actually. I'm also still working on The… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) Flipside by Jenny Twist @JennyTwist1 #BeatTheBacklist #DeweyDragons
Welcome to Teaser Tuesday, a Meme, created by The Purple Booker, that wants you to add books to your TBR, or just share what you are currently reading. It is very easy to play along: -Grab your current read – Open to a random page – Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page… Continue reading Teaser Tuesday ~ Jan. 30, 2018 ~ The Step-Spinsters by @MadinaPaola
Temptation Trials Part II B. Truly (Temptation Trials #2) Publication date: September 26th 2017 Genres: Adult, Dystopian, Post-Apocalyptic, Romance The Bachelorettes Meet The Devil’s Advocate Lust, one of the seven deadly sins, is sweeping the nation into its seductive web. In this dystopian society, Cali and Stefani have to comply by the Regime’s strict rule… Continue reading Book Tour – Temptation Trials Part II by B Truly @BrandyTruly #Giveaway & Excerpt!
Ghosts in Glass Houses Author: Kay Charles Category: Murder Mystery/Ghost Suitable for: Teen thru Adults My Rating: 4 1/2 Format Read for Review: Kindle Pages: 282 Description: This story is about a woman that speaks with ghosts. She is talked into going home to her estranged family to find out who murdered her father. In Short: I… Continue reading (REVIEW) Ghosts in Glass Houses by Kay Charles
Hey awesome book lover. Hope you had a wonderful New Year celebration. If you entered our giveaway contest be sure to check your e-mail tomorrow because I will be drawing winners and contacting them shortly. Yesterday I talked about my reading goals for 2018 but I haven't gotten around yet to doing a recap of… Continue reading My Reading Highlights of 2017 #Top7
Hello awesome reader. So as I'm sure you've surmised I'm joining the Beat the Backlist 2018 Challenge hosted by NovelKnight. At first I was hesitant to sign up because I worried I don't read enough and I would let my team down. But because I so badly want to put a big dent in my… Continue reading Reading Goals for 2018 & Beat the Backlist Signup! #BeatTheBacklist @BeatTheBacklist hosted by @AustineDecker Go Team #DeweyDragons!