Upcoming giveaway: THE TRAITOR’S TUNNEL!

Hello friends! It's been a little over a month since The Traitor's Tunnel was released, and I've been so thankful for the many kind reviews, and grateful to those who have been recommending the novella on Twitter and elsewhere. Seriously, it means so much to me! I had intended to celebrate the release, and then … Continue reading Upcoming giveaway: THE TRAITOR’S TUNNEL!

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Excerpt and Review, CATCH ME WHEN I FALL

I've posted a few times about Vicki Leigh's new YA paranormal romance/urban fantasy Catch Me When I Fall, and I'm very excited today to share both an excerpt and my review with you! But first, let me introduce you again to Catch Me When I Fall and Vicki:  About Catch Me When I Fall: Recruited at his death … Continue reading Excerpt and Review, CATCH ME WHEN I FALL

Review: DIVIDE by Jessa Russo

From senior class president to dejected social outcast, with just the flick of a match. After accusations of torching her ex-boyfriend’s home are followed by the mysterious poisoning of her ex-best friend, seventeen-year-old Holland Briggs assumes her life is over. And it is. But not in the way she thinks. As Holland learns the truth … Continue reading Review: DIVIDE by Jessa Russo

Girl^2 Review: Mind Games by Kiersten White

Our second Girl2 book is Mind Games by Kiersten White. Summary from the publisher: "Seventeen-year-old Fia and her sister Annie are trapped in a school that uses young female psychics and mind readers as tools for corporate espionage--and if Fia doesn't play by the rules of their deadly game, Annie will be killed." STRUCTURE I love … Continue reading Girl^2 Review: Mind Games by Kiersten White

Girl^2 Review: The Girl Who Would Be King by Kelly Thompson

Our first book for the Girl2 series is The Girl Who Would Be King, a novel about two girls with super powers. Bonnie Braverman and Lola LeFever have never met, but they are bound together by the same ancient power. They are reverse images of each other, one dedicated to good and the other to evil, … Continue reading Girl^2 Review: The Girl Who Would Be King by Kelly Thompson

#ZLM Review: The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan

The third and final book for the Zombie Love Month series is The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan. I was originally going to read Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry, but I spotted The Forest in my library and since I was short on time, I went for this one instead. It's the story of a girl … Continue reading #ZLM Review: The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan

#ZLM Review: World War Z by Max Brooks

The second book for our Zombie Love Month series is World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks. A decade after "victory" is declared, a nameless interviewer has compiled testimonies and anecdotes from survivors of the undead apocalypse that crippled the entire world. WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE? I can't tell the … Continue reading #ZLM Review: World War Z by Max Brooks

#ZLM Review: Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

We're kicking off Zombie Love Month with Warm Bodies, by Isaac Marion. Warm Bodies is the story of an unusual zombie, known only as R, who meets a Living girl named Julie and sets off a chain reaction that can only be described as enlivening. ON ZOMBIES One of my favorite things about this book was the … Continue reading #ZLM Review: Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

Research Review: Just a Bite by Istvan Pivarcsi

Rating: 5/5 stars. Recommended for: everyone with an interest in basic vampire myth I picked up Istvan Pivarcsi's Just a Bite: A Transylvania Vampire Expert's Short History of the Undead while I was on vacation at the end of October, just as I was prepping for my NaNoWriMo vampire endeavor. I've been looking a long time for some … Continue reading Research Review: Just a Bite by Istvan Pivarcsi

Review: The System by Heather Lin

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Synopsis The System is a science fiction romance set in a future where the human race has relocated to a system of six Earth-like planets after exhausting the resources of the original Earth. The story follows the exploits of liberated prostitute Capri, brooding gunman Brody, and a crew of … Continue reading Review: The System by Heather Lin