Hello awesome readers, today we have a book review! I meant to have this up about a week ago but sadly my computer is broken which has made blogging a lot slower and more difficult. I really enjoyed this read by debut author from Australia, Aden Simpson. If you'd like something a little different and… Continue reading #BookReview The Reincarnation of Tom by Aden Simpson
Hello awesome readers, today I'm announcing the book-birthday of new epic fantasy, A Locket of No Particular Significance (The First Book of Weskerlee): A Whimsical Historical Fantasy of Faerie by Florien St John. This book is available in both Kindle e-book format and paperback. Free if you have KU, if not you can try Kindle… Continue reading *Release Announcement* A Locket of No Particular Significance by Florien St John
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 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 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.
Hello awesome readers, I am happy to announce the release of a new science fiction novel suitable for adults and teens that fans of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy will want to check out! Released today Nov. 30th by Mindbender Press, Willoughby's Time & Space App by Jon Koon. Two Human Teens. One Intergalactic Resort. An Alien Pageant Under Attack. Time to Party!
This is my stop during the book blitz for The Unscripted Life of Lizzy Dillinger by Marianne Hansen. This book blitz is organized by Lola's Blog Tours. The book blitz runs from 5 till 11 November. See the tour schedule here. The Unscripted Life of Lizzy Dillinger By Marianne Hansen Genre: Women’s Fiction Age category:… Continue reading *Book Blitz #Giveaway & Excerpt* The Unscripted Life of Lizzy Dillinger by Marianne Hansen @MarianneHansenR Tour by @lolasblogtours
Paleontologist Dr. Grant Coleman reluctantly agrees to venture into the Amazon rainforest as an expert for a mysterious company known as Transworld Union. They are looking for traces of modern day Apatosaurus after catching an image of one on film. After arriving in the Amazon they quickly realize they are in over their heads and that there are things hidden in this world that should never have been disturbed.
Since 1985, over 500 overweight teenagers have come to Camp Wašíču, looking to lose weight, gain self-confidence, and turn their lives around. Phillip McCracken arrives, weighing in at almost 400 pounds; but the baggage he carries from the past affects him much more deeply than the numbers of the scale. When a homicidal maniac hell-bent on revenge attacks, Phillip will be forced to either find the courage to save the people around him or fall victim to his own self-doubt…
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!
Book Spotlight, Reading Blue Devils, new debut release by Jon Bennett. I finished this book recently and loved it! I unfortunately wasn't able to get around to finishing my review in time for this post, but stay tuned for that... I'm thinking Sunday... Anwhoos, this is a great book that explores the struggles for equality and… Continue reading Book Spotlight: Reading Blue Devils by Jon Bennett @jbennett830
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