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Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the stabbiest one of all? I've always loved the darker side to fairy tales. There's something about taking the things I loved as a child and making them dark and devious that makes me so happy. Knowing that the original tales were pretty damn dark to begin with [...]

Not Even Bones – Review

** This review was originally published on http://www.teenreads.com, see it HERE ** In her stunning debut novel NOT EVEN BONES, Rebecca Schaeffer transports us to a world that resembles our own in nearly every way. Except for the supernatural creatures, that is. Nita is a good person. She doesn’t kill supernatural creatures. Or sell their [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

The Tangled Lands – Review

"Magic makes bramble, and bramble makes kisses, and kisses make sleep that lasts until Kpala's children tear us to pieces. It was always thus. And yet you put yourself above the rest of us, and now all that magic blows in the breeze and brings bramble calling." The Tangled Lands took me a bit by [...]

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 Hazelwood – Review

"My mother was raised on fairy tales, but I was raised on highways." The Hazel Wood is a remarkable creative blend of urban fantasy and twisted fairy tales with a touch of mystery added for flavor. This combination is incredibly creative and takes you deep into not just a fairy tale, or it's retelling, but [...]

Epiphany Jones – Review

"In Hollywood it's not what you create that matters, it's the image you portray." Before I start this review, I need to warn readers that this book has almost all the trigger warnings a book could have. It is dark, brutally so, and deals with very real but very horrifying issues like child sex trafficking, [...]

Sip – Review

"The sun was up, so the dark could start. All about the ground, all in the same direction, shadows sprawled. And this is what he was after." Oh how deliciously dark Sip is! A novel where we find ourselves 150 years in the future. A future where people can drink their shadows and change their [...]

Seance Infernale – Review

"All those things you fear will reach from into the shadows and pull you down there with them." Seance Infernale is an intense thriller following Alex Whitman on his journey to find a piece of film, only rumored to exist. In America, Thomas Edison is credited with building the first camera known to capture motion pictures. [...]