A Ghoulish Good Time!

Give your attention or give your necks, because the Lord Demon is now presiding! While you wait (silently), click on the graphic above to give Rockstar Book Tours a visit. They have all the awesome tours for all the best books, and at least you won't be found in contempt on their website. Oh! The [...]

Everyone Has Scars…

It's Fri-YAY!!! We made it! Let's all give ourselves a gigantic pat on the back and celebrate surviving another week. And, thanks to Rockstar Book Tours, I have the perfect book to share with you! "She conquered her demons and wore her scars like wings." Scars Like Wings is the book about surviving that everyone [...]

Country

"Fury. Pure fury. The blood was up. Lost the head completely." I am a HUGE fan of classics placed in contemporary settings. And not just your typical reimagined story, but the ones where you forget you're even in a contemporary setting because you are immersed in everything that made the classic. Merging the Iliad with [...]

An ode to Darkdawn

I'm going to start right in the deep end, and announce, Darkdawn is the perfect series finale. PERFECT!!! The entire series is one of the best things I've ever read, but it's rare that an ending makes me feel so at one with the universe. "Fear is never a choice. But letting it rule you [...]

Dark Age – Review

A few books ago, Pierce Brown introduced us to the quote: "Shit Escalates". So far, in every book in the Red Rising series, Brown has lived up to that quote, escalating the shit to breathtaking heights. But, I'm convinced he broke that term in Dark Age, and now must come up with a new way [...]

Bright Burning Stars – Review

"Nothing shadows the art of dance. It's a union of body, mind, and music. Classical dance is known for being ruthless. So commit to yourself and fight for your destiny." Bright Burning Stars takes us into the highly competitive and intense world of classical ballet training in the Paris Opera Ballet School. We meet Kate [...]

Come With Me

"There is no loneliness worse than a loneliness being surrounded by other people." Amy is a full time mother and part time PR person for a start-up tech company. Donny, son of her best friend, has developed an algorithm that can open the world of "multiverses" to the user. Every possible decision, stemming to a [...]

Salt – Review

It's different when a hunt's starting. We're not the kids who were just bickering at each other; we're not brothers and sisters or orphans or people. We're weapons." ** This review was originally published at http://www.teenreads.com, SEE IT HERE** In her newest book SALT, Hannah Moskowitz throws us into a world where fighting sea monsters [...]

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 [...]