Hey awesome readers, today I am joined by Martti Nelson author of newly released comedy LYSSA STRATA. Find the interview and more info about her book below! Interview with Martti Nelson, author of LYSSA STRATA This is obviously a unique tale, what do you think makes it special? One of the best things… Continue reading Q&A with Martti Nelson – Author of LYSSA STRATA
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
Woo here we go, another First Lines Fridays, a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words that I discovered over at One More Chapter (be sure to check them both out). What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author, or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines? If you… Continue reading First Lines Friday – May 22, 2020
Hello lovely readers. I am delighted to share this new book with you that was just released TODAY! LYSSA STRATA by Martti Nelson. A diverse modern take on the ancient Greek comedy Lysistrata. I personally cannot wait to dive into this book! You can read the first chapter by clicking here. Or find the whole… Continue reading Released Today: Lyssa Strata by Martti Nelson @MaladyMartti
Hello awesome readers. I hope everyone has been having a fantastic holiday season! It has been a mad blur for me and I cannot believe the year is almost over. I'm sorry I meant to have this review done much sooner. Schmuck the Buck: Santa's Jewish Reindeer by EXO Books is a really fun book… Continue reading (REVIEW) Schmuck the Buck: Santa’s Jewish Reindeer by EXO Books @EXO_Books Illustrations by Karina Shor @karina_shor. A satirical holiday picture book for adults.
This anthology features a big pile of super quick reads that I would recommend to anyone who likes short stories that are on the darker side. This book spans a huge variety of genres and feels and you will see everything from love to hate, and darkness to the light of hope. Overall I think this was a very creative collection that was quite entertaining, and I would recommend it and I would read more by the author.
Hello awesome readers. This review is long overdue! I read this book months ago and have been really wanting to review it and tell u guys all about how great it is. It is a really funny book that definitely echoes the spirit of the times. Please enjoy my spoiler free review and be sure to look for a copy of Reading Blue Devils!
Say What? - On Character Dialogue Thanks O.D. Book Reviews for giving me some time on your blog! I want to talk about character dialogue. It is such an important part of writing. What characters say and how they say it reveals a great deal about who they are, and can make or break a… Continue reading *Guest Post* by Chauncey Rogers @ChaunceyRogers ‘Say What? – On Character Dialogue’ Blog Tour for New Release: Happily
Why the high school setting is a challenge to Write High school. Two words that represent four or more years of our lives. The best of times and the worst of times. The age of wisdom. The age of foolishness. The season of light. The season of darkness. The spring of hope. The winter of… Continue reading *Guest Post* Why the high school setting is a challenge to Write by Jon Bennett @jbennett830 Author of Reading Blue Devils http://amzn.to/2IHeuAv
Released today, Don't Ever Look Behind Door 32 Author: B.C.R. Fegan Illustrator: Lenny Wen Category: Illustrated Children's Book Suitable for: All Ages, ideal for ages 3-8 My Rating: 5 Stars Format Read for Review: Kindle copy provided by the publisher/author/agent in return for an honest review. Pages: 36 Description from Amazon: The magical Hotel of Hoo is a… Continue reading (REVIEW) & Release Announcement – Don’t Ever Look Behind Door 32 by B.C.R. Fegan @bcrfegan
Released Today! In The Event the Flower Girl Explodes by Abby Rosmarin Blurb: It’s the wedding of the century. Her big brother – the man who was a second father to her after their dad passed – is the groom. And Nicole is fighting just to keep her head above water. She’s surrounded by an… Continue reading Release Announcement w/ Excerpt – In the Event the Flower Girl Explodes by Abby Rosmarin @thatabbyrose
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
Alrighty, here is my last holiday read of the season. This is a great book for kids to read every winter! If you haven't already heard of the Ronaldo The Flying Reindeer books check out my last review of Ronaldo: The Reindeer Flying Academy here. This book was our Book of the Month last January,… Continue reading (REVIEW) Ronaldo: The Phantom Carrot Snatcher by Maxine Sylvester
No End to Trouble (St. Polycarp School Mystery Book 3) Author: Marianna Heusler Category: Murder Mystery, Cozy Suitable for: All Ages (see Parent's Guide) My Rating: 4 Stars Format Read for Review: Paperback copy provided by the author in return for an honest review. Pages: 274 Description: There seems to be no end to the troubles… Continue reading (REVIEW) No End to Trouble by Marianna Heusler @MariannaHeusle1
Alas, I have reviewed the sequel to Alien Love Story. As you may remember I really enjoyed book 1 but had a MAJOR issue with the ending. You can read all about that in the review of Alien Love Story here. Alien Love Song was a fantastic conclusion to the series and I am so… Continue reading (REVIEW) Alien Love Song by AK Dawson @andrewkdawson