Red Rising – Review

"I would have lived in peace. But my enemies brought me war." Anyone who has known me at all, for any time, during the last two years, has probably had me try and push this book on them. I mean, it's pretty bloodydamn amazing. As I've pushed it and raved about it and wanted to [...]

Nevernight – Review

"At the heart of it, two kinds of people live in this world or any other: those who flee and those who fight." Enter the world of Mia Corvere. The little girl who barely escapes with her life after her father plots (and fails) a rebellion. Now, she is grown and has vengeance in her [...]

Learning To Fall – Review

"As if conjuring my dream, the earth shook." The opening line of Learning To Fall reads as an omen. The earth shook and then Brynn's world shook, leaving her to desperately try to hold on to everything she has ever known and loved. Learning To Fall is a stunning debut novel that sweeps you into [...]

Gridley Girls – Review

"Once upon a time there was a diary." Gridley Girls is a debut novel that reads part memoir, part fiction. The story is based on true events. Even though we get a look at a few aspects of the truth, we don't know all of the truth versus the fiction. And because it's based on [...]

Angel of Death – Spotlight + GIVEAWAY

Happy Tuesday!!! Today I am happy to spotlight the book Angel of Death and help promote a giveaway on this blog tour! These amazing tours and giveaways are hosted by Rockstar Book Tours and I am so thankful to be included in this one! Be sure to click the banner below to visit their site. [...]

Exquisite – Review

"I was suspicious of love and what it did to people - those dark depths of anguish and horror; the thought of it all made me shudder." Bo Luxton has the life everyone wants. A successful writing career, loyal husband and two adorable daughters. She is the very picture of happiness and contentment. All she [...]

Turtles All The Way Down – Review

"The thing about a spiral is, if you follow it inward, it never actually ends. It just keeps tightening, infinitely." There are about a million different thoughts rushing through my brain about this book, but there's really only one that's important. If you've ever known someone to struggle with mental illness, this book helps open [...]

Blade’s Edge – Review

"Was it impossible to hide who you really were forever?" What an incredible book! Blade's Edge is such a phenomenal story. A fantasy world built with similarities to feudal Japan, but written with such intensity that it mirrors a dystopian novel. I was immediately swept into the enormity of this world and immersed in the [...]

A Dangerous Year – Review

"Grades aren't always good enough," he said. "Right now, the only extracurriculars you can list on a college application are street fighting and instigating international incidents." It is with this sentence that Riley Collins finds herself heading away from her life as a diplomats daughter and into the illustrious halls of Harrington Academy. She wonders [...]

The Cresswell Plot – Review + Giveaway

I am very excited to be a part of this tour to celebrate the release of this gorgeous paperback! Thank you Rockstar Book Tours! Be sure to click the link above to check out all of their ROCKING books and don't miss the rest of the fabulous blogs on this tour (links below)! "The woods [...]