Review – Arm of the Sphinx by Josiah Bancroft

Arm of the Sphinx by Josiah Bancroft is the sequel to Senlin Ascends. It picks up where the first book left off. In the first book, Senlin, a school teacher, and his new wife set out on the honeymoon of their dreams. Their goal is to spend some time in […]

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Throwback Thrusday – The Pillars of Earth by Ken Follett

Throwback Thursday is a weekly feature, based on the popular Throwback Thursday weekly picture meme. Instead of posting a picture from a few years ago, I will be spotlighting some of my favorite “throwback” books; books I read back in the day that are totally worth rereading now. Hopefully I […]


Review – The One You Feed by James Drummond 1

The One You Feed by James Drummond is a paranormal YA novel that follows teenager Toby as he realizes that something unexpected might be stalking the people of his town. Toby always grew up hearing the tall tales surrounding the local Native American reservation but he always assumed that they […]

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Top Ten Tuesday – Characters Who Are Fellow Book Nerds 4

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted at The Broke and the Bookish. Check it out and join in! I imagine that Hermoine is going to be on a lot of people’s lists this week! Anne was definitely a bookworm! And my favorite poem of all time is The […]


Review – Sorrowlands: Flora and the Demi Gods by Iris Woodbury 1

Sorrowlands by Iris Woodbury is a new take on Greek mythology. It tells the tale of Flora, a wood dryad who is accused of murdering her beloved husband, who is also a son of Hades. Flora is sentenced to be exiled into slavery and, along the way, she meets Kytos […]

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Throwback Thursday – The Hot Zone by Richard Preston 1

Throwback Thursday is a weekly feature, based on the popular Throwback Thursday weekly picture meme. Instead of posting a picture from a few years ago, I will be spotlighting some of my favorite “throwback” books; books I read back in the day that are totally worth rereading now. Hopefully I […]


Review – Into A Million Pieces by Angela V. Cook   Recently updated !

Into a Million Pieces by Angela V. Cook tells the story of Allison McKready, a seemingly normal, if eccentric, teenager. She and her twin, the popular girl in school, could not seem more different. However, unbeknownst to anyone outside of the McKready family, the twins both hide an identical secret; […]

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Review – The Invasion of Tearling by Erika Johansen

The Invasion of Tearling by Erika Johanson is the rivotting sequel to The Queen of Tearling, the second book in The Queen of Tearling trilogy. The book picks up soon after the first book left off. Kelsea, the queen of Tearling, is faced with an invasion from the Mort Queen, […]

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Discussion – Reading Challenges 6

Reading Challenges Every day I seem to come across a new and different reading challenge. Whether it’s to read a certain number of books in a month, to read 10 books you’d usually never pick up, or to read as many books that you already own as possible, there’s an […]