June Wrap-Up

And just like that, the year is halfway over!!! June was an interesting month. I went to BookCon with @bookloverscoffee and had THE TIME OF MY LIFE!!! I should piece together a post about that, now that I think about it. 🤔 But I haven't yet, because things sort of fell apart when I got home. [...]

The She-Wolf of Kanta – Review + GIVEAWAY

Thank you Rockstar Book Tours for including me on this book tour! I always have a ton of fun on these tours. Go to their website (click the photo or HERE) for more reviews and upcoming tours! "It was said when you looked into a werewolf's eyes, you felt how easy it would be to [...]

Artemis – Review

"It's hard to run with a hundred kilograms of gear on -- even in lunar gravity. But you'd be amazed how fast you can hustle when your life is on the line." Andy Weir is back with his unique and addicting blend of factual science fiction and smart ass humor. This time we're not fighting [...]

Ready Player One – Review

"Going outside is highly overrated." Virtual Reality has been the stuff of science fiction for a long time. Simulated worlds, offering everything that real life simply can't. And as a society that is closer to achieving the immersion into these worlds than ever before, I think the idea of exploring these virtual worlds is more [...]

The Heart’s Invisible Furies – Review

"Anything is possible," I said. "But most things are unlikely." The Heart's Invisible Furies is an epic, all-encompassing story spanning the life of Cyril Avery. Cyril is adopted, "not a real Avery", as his adopted parent's Charles and Maude often remind him, growing up in the 1950's in Ireland. Even though his adoptive parent's remind [...]

How To Behave In a Crowd – Review

"I guess that's what happens when you're the only one to notice a thing: you feel responsible for it." How To Behave In A Crowd follows a French family living in a small town in rural France. We get our introduction and view of the family from the youngest son, Isadore. Dory, or Izzy, as [...]

Woman No. 17 – Review

"You think you know how a story begins, or how it's going to turn out, especially when it's your own. You don't." Lady Daniels needs many things in her life. She needs a break from her husband. She needs to finish her memoir. She needs a nanny. Karl has already moved out, and in order [...]