The Mermaid – Review

"He loved the sea more than any person and so was never able to take a wife, for women see what is in men's hearts more clearly than men would wish." Despite all the warnings of her people, there was once a mermaid who longed to know more about humans and the world beyond the [...]

Tuesdays With Jena: Meet Lindsey!

Is it weird that I'm craving tacos right now??? Spoiler alert: NO! Because it's Tuesday, which means not only are you legally required to eat tacos, BUT it's also time to chat with another bookstagrammer! This week, we're discussing all things smooshy dog faces with Lindsey, the thriller loving lady behind @readingbetweenthe__wines! Okay, we're probably [...]

When The Beat Drops – Review

"This beat is everywhere, percussion lines woven together in colorful tonal textile before unraveling just enough to keep the crowd on their toes, hints of distorted cello and bright, pure vibra-phone darting in and out of the beats like playful fireflies." Mira has always heard the music in the world. Where the world hears noise, [...]

Neverworld Wake – Review + GIVEAWAY

I am so excited to be part of another Rockstar Book Tours Blog Tour! Click the photo below to check out their website for more incredible tours! "You're all nearly dead. Wedged between life and death. Time for you has become on a splinter, forming a closed-circuit potentiality called a Neverworld Wake." A year ago [...]

Tuesdays With Jena: Meet Megan!

Oh happy Tuesday! If you're looking for bright and cheerful, you have come to the right blog! Because today, I bring you an account literally made of rainbows and sunshine! She goes by many names these days. Over on the 'gram, you probably know her as @pnwbookworm. I've had the privilege of being her friend [...]

Who Are You, Trudy Herman – Review

"Yet, if we trace back far enough, aren't we all related -- all deserving of equal justice?" Trudy Herman was a normal American girl when the War hit. Her parents came from Germany, but she was born and raised in America. She couldn't imagine her home turning against her. But, in 1943, Trudy and her [...]

Chatting with Stu Jones & Gareth Worthington

An in-depth look at the world of It Takes Death To Reach A Star

May Wrap-Up

How are we in June ALREADY?! It feels like I was in February like three days ago. This entire month felt like it flew by, and once again, I felt like I didn't get a lot read. Somehow I ended up reading 14, so not as slow as I thought. Who knew?! 72/125 - Goodreads [...]

Secrets Of Moldara – Review

"Circle The Moon and Cross The Tide, Beyond The Waterfalls, Protectors Hide, Leave The Last Secret At Their Door, And They Will Defend You Evermore." Adelaide "Lotty" Anderson grew up surrounded by stories. Her grandfather turned the woods around their house into magical places, where protectors defended the castle and fought to protect the lost [...]

Lifel1k3 – review

"She refused to flinch. To turn away. She'd met death before, after all. Spat right in its face." In a future world, bleak from environmental destruction, Evie Carpenter just wants to find her place. Fighting malfunctioning robots in the Wardome may not be the most glamorous way to get credits, but Evie doesn't have a [...]