Book Spotlight

*Release Announcement* A Locket of No Particular Significance by Florien St John

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

Interviews

Q&A with Martti Nelson – Author of LYSSA STRATA

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

#ShortReadsSaturdays · Reviews

(REVIEW) Dr. Herbert West & Astounding Tales of Medical Malpractice by Bruce Brown #ShortReadsSaturdays

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

Book Spotlight · Excerpt · Memes & Tags

First Lines Friday – May 22, 2020

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

Memes & Tags · Reviews

#ThrowbackThursday Review Edition – Sir Philip’s Folly by M. C. Beaton

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