⭐⭐⭐⭐½ Starsight by Brandon Sanderson starts a few months after the ending of Skyward. Spensa and people from Detritus are still trying to kick those Krell asses. And thanks to Spensa’s ability to
⭐⭐½ I just finished Four Found Dead by Natalie D. Richards and to be honest – I was disappointed. With that creepy red cover, great premise and the fact I love YA thrillers, I was sure
My 2022 favorite books were the 5 books that made me laugh and cry and appreciate life as a wonderful, glorious mess that it is. I even got to a few reads I can consider my new all time favorites.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Hidden Pictures by Jason Rekulak is the book that won this year’s Goodreads Choice Award for the best horror, beating several other titles that I’ve been hoping to get to soon.
⭐⭐⭐⭐½ Scritch Scratch by Lindsay Currie was an incredibly immersing and atmospheric read. I love ghost stories, and many of them come with an eerie, foreboding
The 2023 book releases I’m most excited about are a mix of fantasy, thriller and romance, and they all sound so amazing! Some are by the authors I already know and love, while others…
⭐⭐⭐⭐ All the Dark Places is Terri Parlato’s debut novel and all things considered – she’s done a pretty good job. The writing was accessible; simple in a way that makes you
Q and A with Charlie N. Holmberg, the author of Keeper of Enchanted Rooms and several other low fantasy/paranormal series featuring cozy premises and heartwarming characters…
⭐⭐⭐½ Out of all Christmas reads I’ve ever read, Once Upon A Royal Christmas by Teri Wilson was without a doubt the most Christmassy one. This book was published by
Q and A with Jenny Proctor, the author of How to Kiss Your Grumpy Boss, the #2 in the Hawthorne Brother series, as well as many other sweet and wholesome contemporary romances…
⭐⭐⭐½ If there’s one positive about The Girls Who Disappeared by Claire Douglas, it was the atmosphere. It pulled me in so quickly! Practically from the first pages I couldn’t put it down.