First book on my Fall TBR and it's a brilliant start! Here's my review of "Stalking Jack the Ripper".
Super late to this party! Better late than never right? (Book Review)
Well, Fall doesn't start officially for a few more days, but that doesn't mean I'm not thinking about it...
I have to say, this is the coolest book trailer I've seen in a while... Which isn't surprising considering how awesome this collection sounds! Dead Steam is now available for review. If you would like a copy in exchange for an honest review, there's a sign up sheet below. There's also a sweet giveaway too!
Here we have book #3 in the Go Home, Afton series, and oh boy are you in for a ride! Nice Try, Afton (Review)
I'm organizing a week-long blog hop where bloggers and authors can share all manner of Halloween goodness. Participants can share short stories, novels, poems, guest posts... whatever you want provided it's good and spooky! This is a perfect opportunity for authors to share their news about new releases too. (cont...)
#TBT The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Classic Review)
My TBR tackle and lots of mini book reviews! (Part 1)
Blog Updates, Changes, Patreon and Other Good Stuff!
A frank and funny story about a teen mom's journey into adulthood. (Review)
Netflix needed a home run and they got one with this crazy, adorable adaptation of the best-seller, To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han!
A highly misunderstood book that is actually pretty good!
After escaping an attack by what he claims was a 70-foot shark, Jonas Taylor must confront his fears to save those trapped in a sunken submersible. (Review)
While on a vacation with his family, Count Dracula makes a romantic connection. (Review)
This 5 STAR thriller is coming soon and the ending will blow you away! I still can't believe it's a debut novel!
In a post-apocalyptic world, a family is forced to live in silence while hiding from monsters with ultra-sensitive hearing. (Review)
The lovely cover got my attention but the story had me settle in for the night! (ARC Review)
Theresa review's Chuck Palahniuk's classic "Invisible Monsters" Genre: Contemporary Fiction/ Dark Humor
I need bloggers! I'm organizing a blog tour for the launch of Candace Wondrak's new book The Harbinger. The tour runs from November 5th to the 9th. Review posts will take priority but there will be promo spots, guest posts, and the author is available for interviews. There will also be a giveaway. The prize is a $10 Amazon gift card and a digital copy of book #2 The Fellowship.
Hey Bloggers! (Only a few spots left!) I'm organizing a tour for The Nanny Song by Misty Mount, author of the incredibly successful novel, The Shadow Girl. This one is a Contemporary/ New Adult story you won't want to miss. Review spots will take priority but there will also be some promo spots available. In addition, the author is open to interviews. There will be a giveaway (Details to come later) and the book is available now in all digital formats. Tour runs from October 29th to November 2nd. P.S. I just finished reading it... and it's 5 stars, easy!
Hey Bloggers! (1 spot to fill!) I'm organizing a blog tour for this powerful story and require bloggers to host from October 1st to October 5th. Review spots will take priority but there will be spots for excerpt reveals, and the author is available for interviews. There will also be a giveaway. The Finest Supermarket in Kabul is available now in PDF, MOBI, and EPUB.
Another fantastic review by Theresa and if you love her reviews, wait till you see the cover of her upcoming book, "Fountain Dead"!
This one deserves a revisit! 😇😈
Just look at this cover! Isn’t it stunning? The story inside is just as good.
When Ash Rains Down is book #1 in Cecelia Earl’s Kingdom Come series. It’s exciting, fast-paced and super addictive!
When Ash Rains Down (Release Date: January 4, 2017)
Being crowned homecoming queen and enduring a week at the center of her classmates’ attention is eighteen-year-old Julia White’s worst nightmare—even with Cole, her long-time crush, as her date. But when Julia is attacked by a green-blooded demon that vanishes in a plume of smoke, she comes face to face with what real nightmares look like—in the flesh, and all of the homecoming stuff hardly matters anymore.
As a frightening wave of crime infiltrates her small Wisconsin town, Julia tries to avoid Nicholas, a brooding, infuriating relative of Cole’s, who insists she’s the reason behind the corruption. He claims the culprits are demons who are after…
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