7 Circus-themed Books

I can’t explain why books featuring circuses draw me in. Is it the mystery? Is the magic? Is it plain escapism? Is it because of the endless possibilities? I don’t know, but I do know the books listed below are ready to show you all sides of circus life. The good, the bad, and the Read More

Review + Cover Reveal: Judgement Day by Josie Jaffrey

I’ve got something very exciting to share with you today: Judgement Day‘s cover! Josie Jaffrey started a new series in her Silver universe last year with the release of May Day. Soon, the sequel, Judgement Day will be out. I already read the ARC and I’m so excited (review below). So here it is, Judgement Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Josie Jaffrey

I’m a big fan of Josie Jaffrey. Her vampire books are absolutely amazing, and I loved every bit of it. Besides being an excellent writer, she’s also a kind and fun person. She’s one of the few indie authors that sends physical ARCs to international bloggers. She really cares about the community. So here’s a Read More

Booktour: Karolina Dalca: Dark Eyes by M. R. Noble

Thank you to The Write Reads and the author for the free copy as part of the book tour. Below is my honest opinion of the book. Dark Eyes starts off as a typical urban fantasy with a vampire and a werewolf. Karolina is a half-vampire, and her childhood friend happens to be a werewolf, Read More

Book Tour: The Wolf And The Water by Josie Jaffrey

Thank you to The Write Reads and Josie Jaffrey for a copy of the book as part of the blog tour. Below is my honest review. If you’ve been following me for a while here, then you know I love Josie Jaffrey’s books. This year, she decided to change things up. She released May Day, Read More

Review: The Gilded King by Josie Jaffrey

The Blue is safe. The Red is full of danger and death. Julia sees the Blue as her prison while Cameron is braving the Red to find his friend. This five-star book explores alternative views on vampires and zombies. A thrilling, fast-paced tale about love, loyalty and betrayal. Read More