Review: The Cinderella Princess by Melissa McClone

The Cinderella Princess by Melissa McClone is everything you’d expect from a book with that title. It’s a romance novel with a princely romantic interest. What I do like is that our main character, Emily, is a career woman who isn’t looking for love right now. I feel like this isn’t the usual princess story Read More

Review: The Things We Said In Venice by Kristin Anderson

The Things We Said In Venice by Kristin Anderson is a very welcome trip outside of my usual genres. I received a review copy of this eco romance a while ago, but I’m glad I waited until now to read it. It’s the perfect book to keep you company next to the pool or on Read More

24 Spring/Summer Reads For You To Enjoy!

What’s better than a new season filled with exciting releases? Well, a book and a lovely place to read. I can’t provide you that perfect place, but I can help you find your next read. Here are 24 books (in the genres fantasy, romance, and YA) that will be released in the months April, May, Read More

Camp NaNo April 2018 Prep

Tessa talks about her preparations for April’s Camp Nano. She’ll take on the task to finish a hand full of short stories: The Death of the Octopod, Thomas and the Wolf, Replaced, Just One Look, Until Death Do Us Part. Read More

Review: Starstruck by Brenda Hiatt

Starstruck by Brenda Hiatt is the second novel in the Spark bundle. I went in blind, without looking at the cover or reading the description. All I knew was that it had fantasy/science-fiction elements and targeted the young adult audience. That’s enough for me to start reading. It’s also very refreshing since I’m not able Read More

Review: A Dark Realm by Anthea Sharp

I love gaming, and mythology has always interested me. And when a book combines the two, it certainly interests me. A Dark Realm is the first book in the Feyland trilogy by Anthea Sharp. I got in two different bundles and I finally decided to give it a go. (I read the version in the Read More

The Path Keeper by N. J. Simmonds

After a month long of working on a historical novel and reading non fiction, I was in desperate need of some Young Adult (YA) romance and I thought The Path Keeper fit the bill. Soon after I started reading, I forgot the time and I had other things to do. I didn’t put it down again after I continued reading. It’s a perfect summer read for when you have time to finish a book in one go. Read More