Review: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

I just finished reading Gods of Jade and Shadow when Mexican Gothic was added to Netgalley. I requested it, thinking I won’t be approved, but I was! So thank you to Netgalley, Milly Reid, and the publisher for letting me read this ARC. Even though I don’t read gothic stories, I knew what the genre

Visual Novel: An Interactive Approach To Storytelling

Today, I want to talk about something lighter. I could’ve picked another heavy subject with everything going on in the book world but I won’t. Let’s talk stories. I game a lot in spare time and have do since I was little. My dream job, if I ever want to work for/with someone else again,

#BlackoutBestsellerList – My Picks And More Recommendations

Amistad Books started a great initiative to elevate black voices in the publishing world with the hashtag #BlackoutBestsellerList. See their tweet below. https://twitter.com/AmistadBooks/status/1272151946082881538 You still have one day to participate and buy books by black authors. It doesn’t matter which books, or where from. Every sale is more support. We, as a community, can show

Review: Killian’s Dead by Josie Jaffrey

Killian’s Dead is a short 60-page story released as a prelude to Josie Jaffrey’s new series, Seekers. Reviewing a short story is pretty hard especially when you don’t want to spoil too much. So I’m not going into the story too much. Killian’s Dead is a suspense story, and it’s doing it well. Instead of