Books on My Christmas Wishlist

I write out a Christmas wishlist every year and, of course, I include books. This year though I should probably title it my Brandon Sanderson wishlist because he makes quite the appearance. I think there’s only one non-Sanderson book. I might be becoming a bit obsessed. But it is what it is. Let’s get to […]

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October 2022 Wrap Up

Happy Halloween, my spooky friends! Do you have any big plans for tonight? I know it’s Halloween, but it’s also the end of the month so it’s time to recap my reading for the month. So, let’s get to my October 2022 Wrap Up. I wanted to read a ton of scary books this month, […]

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Such Sharp Teeth Review

Such Sharp Teeth is giving me some mixed feelings. I picked it up because I absolutely loved Cackle by the same author. While I enjoyed parts of Such Sharp Teeth it just missed a few things for me. So, let’s get to it. When Rory Morris moves back to her hometown she’s not thrilled. The […]

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A Frightfully Good Book Haul

We went to Sarasota, Florida last weekend for a friend’s wedding. And while we were there I had to scope out an independent book store to visit. While I was searching I stumbled across Bookstore1Sarasota. It was a cute modern bookstore with a ton of books to choose from. And since it’s October you know […]

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Dracul Review

I just finished Dracul last night and I’m still processing my thoughts on it. So, let’s just jump into this review and see if something comprehensible comes from it. In 1868, Bram Stoker waits in a desolate tower to face Dracul. He prays that he survives this night, but at the same time he is […]

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September 2022 Wrap Up

Happy October eve! It’s time for my September 2022 wrap up. I didn’t read a lot this month, but I enjoyed every single thing that I picked up. So, let’s get to it. Babel Synopsis: Traduttore, traditore: An act of translation is always an act of betrayal. 1828. Robin Swift, orphaned by cholera in Canton, […]

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Moral Fibre Blog Tour

Synopsis: Riding the icy, moonlit sky—They took the war to Hitler.Their chances of survival were less than fifty percent.Their average age was 21.This is the story of just one bomber pilot, his crew, and the woman he loved. It is intended as a tribute to them all. Flying Officer Kit Moran has earned his pilot’s […]

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Murder in Myrtle Bay Blog Tour

I’m so excited to be participating in the blog tour for Murder in Myrtle Bay. So, let’s get into my review. When writer Ruth Finlay, and her friend Doris, visit an antique shop they never imagined that they would get wrapped up in a murder investigation. The victim, David, had plenty of people that might […]

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What Moves the Dead Review

T. Kingfisher is a new to me author, but I’ve heard amazing things about her. I had wanted to try her work anyhow. And then when I heard she was coming out with a The Fall of the House of Usher retelling I knew I wanted to give it a go. Let’s get into my […]

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End of Summer Book Tag

Since summer is coming to an end, I thought it would be fun to do the End of Summer Book Tag. I’m not sure where this tag originated. I’ve seen it floating around Youtube for a while. But I still thought it would be fun to play along. So, let’s get to it. What was […]

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