Drift Stumble Fall – Review + GIVEAWAY

"At first, I did what most people do when they don't want to face up to a problem. Nothing." Richard Brown is living someone else's life. At least, that's how it feels. On the surface he has it all. A wife, two kids, a house, a job. Even two pushy in-laws. But more and more [...]

Shadow Call – Review + GIVEAWAY

WARNING!!! There will be minor spoilers for Shadow Run. If you haven't read it, PLEASE DO!!! Take a look at my review for it! Be sure to check out Rockstar Book Tours by clicking the photo above or HERE! I am always thrilled to be a part of their tours, and this one is no [...]

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 [...]

Pride & Prometheus – Review

"It showed that people could convince themselves of things that, in a sober moment, they would recognize were not true." Pride and Prometheus is the delightful combination of two beloved classics: Jane Austin's Pride & Prejudice with Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. While it may seem difficult to imagine how the two stories could merge, John Kessel [...]

Bone Music – Review

"They didn't plan to kill my mother." Charlotte Rowe has never led a normal life. Her mother killed in a tragic twist of fate by two serial killers. Taken by the killers and raised as their own until the FBI finally caught up to them. Reunited with a father who was far more interested in [...]

Paper Obscura – Your New Obsession

If you've been on #bookstagram for any period of time, you're familiar with subscription boxes already. Instead of another YA box, there's a new box focusing on murdery, twisty reads with location themed boxes featuring small businesses. Welcome Paper Obscura! Okay, so there are a few really cool things about this box! This is probably [...]

#PBHOWLERFEST

Today, my goodmen, today was GLORIOUS!!!!! In full nerd fashion, I embarked on a journey. A journey many months in the making, and surprisingly, not entirely about the event itself.   Let me back up. Of course, the event was the entire gorydamn point. I've been waiting for Iron Gold for what feels like an [...]

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 [...]

Gunslinger Girl – Review

"She should have seen it coming. Six months and she'd be lawfully released from his control. But he couldn't let that happen easy, not him." From the very first moment I saw photos of this gorgeous book being released at BookCon, I knew I had to have this book. A dystopian with a Western twist? [...]

The Wolves Of Winter – Review

"Snow can save you and sustain you, crush you and kill you. Snow is a fickle bastard." The Wolves Of Winter is a phenomenal debut post apocalyptic novel! I devoured this incredible book in a day. From the moment I opened the pages it was impossible to put down. Gwendolynn, or Lynn, as she prefers, [...]