Sunday Post #127 – Oh to Be Writing Again

Sunday Post #127 – Oh to Be Writing Again

October 22, 2017 Features 8

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things you have received. Share news about what is coming up on your blog for the week ahead. See rules here: Sunday Post Meme Happy Sunday y’all! This was such a busy week! Little man had something at school almost every day. A field trip to the local apple orchard (which was SO cold!!), fire safety and prevention with a visit from the local fire department, picture day,… Read more »

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Weekend Reads #101 – Odd & True by Cat Winters

Weekend Reads #101 – Odd & True by Cat Winters

October 21, 2017 Reviews 0

Happy Saturday y’all! I’ve been binging on spooky/creepy reads so far this month and today I want to share with you one I read this week. It isn’t your typical monster book, but I promise you delivers a fantastic read in Odd & True. If you enjoy paranormal, family stories, and historical fiction, I highly recommend you grab a copy to read for yourself! Odd & True by is not at all what I expected it to be, and yet it was so much more. The blurb delivers a fantastical tale about monster hunters, and while this is semi-true, the real truth… Read more »

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Review: Saving Brad by Siobhan Davis

Review: Saving Brad by Siobhan Davis

October 20, 2017 Reviews 0

Oh my heart!!!! Saving Brad by is the fifth installment in her which follows one family and their relationships. Seriously these books are so addicting! I may not usually read or enjoy contemporary but has written such a compelling, dramatic series full of angst that I just cannot sit down. As the title suggests, Brad, the other side of the Faye/Ky triangle, is the main focus. I’ll be honest, I really liked Brad at the beginning of the series and may have shipped him with Faye more than once. I felt like his character was so tragic. He lost everything: his best friend, his… Read more »

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Blog Tour: Running Out of Space by S.J. Higbee

Blog Tour: Running Out of Space by S.J. Higbee

October 19, 2017 Features, Interviews 5

Happy Thursday y’all! This is my stop during the blog tour for Running Out of Space by S.J. Higbee. This blog tour is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours. The blog tour runs from 11 till 31 October. You can check see the tour schedule here. I’m so excited to have author here today answering a few questions about herself and her book. For a limited time Running Out of Space will be only $0.99 on Amazon. Be sure to check out the excerpt after the interview! Tell us a little about yourself. I teach Creative Writing for adults at the… Read more »

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WoW #107 – The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

WoW #107 – The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

October 18, 2017 Features 30

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event originally created and hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we are all eagerly anticipating. Jill has been MIA since August of 2016. Despite this, the meme lives on….Hope you come back Jill! Until then I will be joining Tressa at Wishful Endings and her meme Can’t-Wait Wednesday. Happy Wednesday y’all! This week I’m anxiously waiting on The Cruel Prince by . I love high fantasy and I particular like Fae fantasy. This particular one has me excited because it takes a mortal girl and places her right in the heart of… Read more »

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TTT #124 – Favorite Pinterst Recipes

TTT #124 – Favorite Pinterst Recipes

October 17, 2017 Features 12

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. This feature was created because they are particularly fond of lists at The Broke and the Bookish. They’d love to share their lists with other bookish folks and would LOVE to see your top ten lists! Happy Tuesday y’all! This week’s topic is “Top Ten Yummy Foods Mentioned In Books.” I’ll be honest with you, I don’t usually notice food in a book. So I’ve tweaked this week’s topic to my share my favorite recipes from Pinterest. I’ve gotten to where I use Pinterest SO… Read more »

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Audio Review: The Architect of Song by A.G. Howard

Audio Review: The Architect of Song by A.G. Howard

October 16, 2017 Reviews 2

The Architect of Song by is a heart-breaking read about a young girl and the ghost she falls in love with. I was a little skeptical about if I’d enjoy this book, but I’m glad to find that I was wrong. I enjoyed every word, and even days after finishing, I am still thinking about the characters. I have a soft spot for historical fiction and I loved that this was set during the Victorian period. It made for a wonderful gothic romance! Juliet is 19 and burying her mother when the book begins. (Dark beginning, yeah?!) I have to respect… Read more »

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Sunday Post #126 – Fall Break

Sunday Post #126 – Fall Break

October 15, 2017 Features 18

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things you have received. Share news about what is coming up on your blog for the week ahead. See rules here: Sunday Post Meme Happy Sunday y’all! This week was Fall break for little man. Unlike some of the other schools, he only had two days off instead of the whole week. He gets a week off at Thanksgiving though. I’d rather that 😉 We honestly didn’t do… Read more »

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Weekend Reads #100 – The Emperor of Evening Stars by Laura Thalassa

Weekend Reads #100 – The Emperor of Evening Stars by Laura Thalassa

October 14, 2017 Reviews 2

Happy Saturday y’all! I’m so excited to share ‘s newest book, a companion novella to series told exclusively from Desmond’s POV. If like me you have been dying to get your hands on Dark Harmony which doesn’t come out for a while yet, The Emperor of Evening Stars will tide you over and give some insight behind the mysterious King of Night. Oh Desmond *swoon* The Emperor of Evening Stars by is everything I wanted and didn’t know I needed from series. Told exclusively from the King of Night’s perspective, this novella is a glimpse into the life of Des, before and after Callie entered… Read more »

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Review: Just One of the Boys by Leah and Kate Rooper

Review: Just One of the Boys by Leah and Kate Rooper

October 13, 2017 Reviews 0

Ok…so here’s the deal. I’m the first one to admit that I don’t like YA contemporary. It’s not my favorite thing to read. HOWEVER every now and then a book crosses my radar that makes me question my dislike. Just One of the Boys by is one of those books. It’s such a fun, cute read. Filled with humor, some steamy/angsty scenes, and a cast of characters that tug your heartstrings, Just One of the Boys is one of my favorite reads this year! Alice Bell, or just Al to her teammates, has moved to the city of Chicago with her mom and twin… Read more »

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