Monday Musts {1}

» 18 January, 2016 » Memes » 4 comments

Monday Musts {1}

The Monday Musts is a new weekly meme hosted by Lovin’ los libros, which features a MUST READ, MUST LISTEN, MUST SEE Must Read I LOVED this young adult mystery! There were many things that I did NOT see coming. Must Listen This is suppose to be music – but considering that I don’t listen to music that often, and when I do, it’s usually movie sound tracks and orchestra. […]

Review | The Girl with the Wrong Name by Barnabas Miller

» 3 December, 2015 » Reviews » 1 comment

Review | The Girl with the Wrong Name by Barnabas Miller

My Take: Take an unreliable narrator. Mix it with an unpredictable plot, mystery, suspense and what do you get? The Girl with the Wrong Name. Psychological thrillers have been one of my favorite genres for some time now and this one was one of THE BEST that I have read. I am usually pretty good (around 85%) at figuring out what is going on/whodunnit/what is real type of THINGS and […]

Review | From Where I Watch You by Shannon Grogan

» 10 August, 2015 » Reviews » 4 comments

Review | From Where I Watch You by Shannon Grogan

My Take: I have no shame in admitting that it was the cover of From Where I Watch You that caught my eye. Of course, my love for anything mystery/thriller/suspense related is was pushed to request and boy. I am so glad I did! From Where I Watch You has many elements to the story. We have a stalker. Hallucinations. Romance. The death of her sister, moving and the new life […]

What Makes Me #MoreHappyThanNot? + Review

» 8 June, 2015 » Just for Fun, Promos, Reviews » 12 comments

What Makes Me #MoreHappyThanNot? + Review

What Makes You More Happy Than Not? In honor of the release of Adam Silvera’s debut novel, More Happy Than Not, the crew at Soho Teen are turning to everyone and asked, “What Makes Your More Happy Than Not?” So today, I wanted to share with you what makes ME More Happy Than Not. Which let’s be honest, wasn’t easy when I really sat down to think about it. I’ve […]

The Unfinished Life of Addison Stone by Adele Griffin | My tribute to Addison

» 10 August, 2014 » Promos, Reviews » 1 comment

The Unfinished Life of Addison Stone by Adele Griffin | My tribute to Addison

You’ll find that this isn’t a normal “review.” For this post – I write to Addison.   Addison, I’ve been sitting here for about…. 30 minutes over an hour, trying to figure what to say. Good, bad… the ugly. I can’t seem to, though. Which in ironic in on itself. Words are my art. But when it’s there, it’s there. When it’s not? Well, I’m sure you can relate to that. And I […]

Blog Tour ~ I Become Shadow by Joe Shine (Review)

» 16 June, 2014 » Promos, Reviews » 2 comments

Blog Tour ~ I Become Shadow by Joe Shine (Review)

I Become Shadow was one of my WoW picks a few months back, and I was beyond excited when I was asked to be on the tour. Ren is taken from her home at age 14, and soon learns that she is now a part of F.A.T.E. A government organization that trains kids to be SHADOWS, an elite brand of spy that is to protect the future’s most important people. […]

Blog Tour ~ Ask Me by Kimberly Pauley (Review)

» 11 April, 2014 » Reviews » 3 comments

Blog Tour ~ Ask Me by Kimberly Pauley (Review)

When I first saw the blurb for ASK ME, I knew I had to read it. How insane would it be to answer every question HONESTLY? Or, if you knew someone who had to answer every question honestly? Gah, just awesome right? This book was really good. Kimberly did a fantastic job developing Aria’s character and I loved those two small chapters we got from the killer’s POV. The answers […]

Blog Tour~ Liv, Forever by Amy Talkington (Review)

» 17 March, 2014 » Promos, Reviews » 2 comments

Blog Tour~ Liv, Forever by Amy Talkington (Review)

Liv, Forever caught my eye, not because of the cover– although it is eye-catching, but because it’s a “ghost” story. I haven’t read many books where the protagonist dies and becomes a ghost, and the idea behind it and how an author will execute a story like this, is beyond interesting. And it was. Not to mention, it’s a boarding school. I love boarding school settings. Olivia, or Liv, is […]

ARC Review- Relic by Heather Terrell

» 11 October, 2013 » Reviews » 2 comments

ARC Review- Relic by Heather Terrell

With all the novels out there, it’s getting really difficult to find a book that separates itself in originality. I mean, really hard. So, I must give credit where credit is due, Relic is pretty different. Yes, you can probably find a lot of similarities to other novels in it, I did, but the World as a whole is so distinctly different. And just for the record, I don’t like […]