A Psalm For Lost Girls – Review

*** This review was originally published at Teenreads.com, click HERE to view*** In her debut novel, A PSALM FOR LOST GIRLS, Katie Bayerl presents a profound coming of age story wrapped within a thriller. Themes of loss, love, sisterhood and faith are saturated throughout the pages. The added layers of suspense and mystery give this [...]

How Do You Brew???

Hey all! I did a really fun guest post for Apostrophe Box! Check it out by clicking the link below: https://www.apostrophebox.com/apostropheboxblog/how-do-you-brew-guest-post-with-jena-brown  If you didn't know, Apostrophe Box is a monthly subscription box pairing coffee and a book! They also include snacks and other bookish items. It's an experience in a box for book and coffee [...]

People Like Us – Review

"I was determined to redesign myself completely into a Bates girl, and as soon as I took that dive, I knew exactly what kind of girl I would be. The kind who jumps first and stays under ten seconds too long." Kay Donovan has more than a few things she doesn't want people to know [...]

The Neighbors – Review

"I wanted her to move past the accident. Not forget -- you can't forget something like that -- but I wanted her to forgive herself." Twenty years has passed since the car crash that changed Abby's life happened. Twenty years since Nate pulled a young girl from near a burning car. Just in time to [...]

The Echo Killing – Review

"She could trace her career, her life, and her obsessive interest in crime and criminals back to that single day, fifteen years ago." Harper McClain is a crime journalist. A good one, making a living in Savannah, going places normal journalists can't due to her closer relationship with the police. That relationship developed from the [...]

To Kill A Kingdom – Review

"Technically, I'm a murderer, but I like to think that's one of my better qualities." When I said that 2018 was going to be the year of epic books, I'll admit, I had no idea how accurate that statement was. To Kill A Kingdom is one of those epic books, that swam into my unassuming [...]

The Midnights – Review

"Even as time passed, as my fingertips hardened into calluses, as I slipped into those awkward early teenage years, my father's studio remained the sole place where I felt the most extraordinary, and most alive." Susannah Hayes wants to follow in her musician father's footsteps more than anything. She writes song lyrics in her spare [...]

The Wife – Review

"In an instant, I became the woman they assumed I'd been all along: the wife who lied to protect her husband." The Wife asks us: how far should a wife go to protect those she loves? A question we all think we know the answer to. A question we all think we can answer ourselves. [...]