Romanov

I’ve heard some great things about Romanov by Nadine Brandes, and as a lover of stories about Russia, I knew I had to get my mitts on a copy. So I requested it from my library, and rushed off to get it the day it arrived. Along with […]

Thanksgiving Book Tag

Here in the United States, it’s Thanksgiving Day. A time where people usually spend time with loved ones, eat traditional foods, and share what we are grateful for. But this year, I broke with tradition, and plan to stay home to do some reading and work on my […]

October 2019 Monthly Wrap Up

October was a big month for me as far as reading went, and I’m super grateful for the ability to obtain so many books (and read/process as fast as I am able to). Here’s what went down in October, with links to my reviews: 1. Girl Desecrated by […]

November 2019 New Releases

October is flying by, and that means a bunch of new releases are right around the corner. There are plenty of great books that I’m looking forward to reading, and I’ve been fortunate enough to have gotten an advance copy of one of them already. Here are the […]

5 Bookish Pet Peeves

Every bookish person has at least a few pet peeves. I’ve come up with a list of five of the most common pet peeves affecting book-loving folks. Okay, they may just be my own personal book-related pet peeves, but I still think they apply to more than just […]

The Lost Sisters

The Lost Sisters by Holly Black is a short novella between The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King. It’s interesting, because much like the quick story at the end of The Cruel Prince, it gives you a glimpse of the story from a completely different angle. SPOILER ALERT: […]

Unseen

Unseen by Karin Slaughter is the seventh book in the Will Trent series, which you probably know is one of my favorites. There is a SIGNIFICANT trigger warning, but I put it at the end of the review so that it isn’t a spoiler. If you are concerned […]

The Deep

I received an ARC of this book from the publisher through BookishFirst, and I am providing an honest review voluntarily. The Deep by Rivers Solomon with Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, and Jonathan Snipes is a work of art that is haunting, painful, and beautiful all at once. The […]

Father Sweet

Father Sweet by J.J. Martin was a difficult but worthwhile read. Although this book is a work of fiction, the inspiration for this story is based in horrifyingly real truth. This is a story that needed to come to light. It is a scourge that has gone on […]

Wolf Of Wessex

Let me just start out by saying that Wolf of Wessex by Matthew Harffy is an AMAZING read. It’s a masterpiece of historical fiction set in 9th century Wessex, and brings to mind the writings of Bernard Cornwell. I was expecting this to be a book about werewolves […]