I'm not sure what it is about Gothic, vaguely-Victorian stories that has me so endlessly enthralled and delighted as of late, but whatever it is, Lakesedge has it in spades.
Foundation is the rollercoaster of space operas, with all the highs, lows, and insane twists and turns you'd expect. And a few more you never see coming.
Book Review: The Engineer
A huge thanks to the author for sending me a copy of this eBook in exchange for an honest review, because he just about blew me away with some incredible, vivid world-building and a plot filled with twists and turns around every corner. A fantastic start to the New Year!
Book Review: The Prison Healer
The Prison Healer is a fantastic and masterfully crafted story of tension, suspense, death defying odds, and shocking twists that left me absolutely stunned at every turn.
The Write Reads Ultimate Blog Tour: You’ll Be the Death of Me (ARC) by Karen M. McManus
Hello everyone! I’m so excited for this post because today is my stop on the blog tour for You’ll Be the Death of Me by Karen M. McManus. Shameful confession: prior to signing up for the book tour, I hadn’t actually ready anything by McManus. In fact, it wasn’t until TheWriteReads contacted me about this... Continue Reading →
The End of NaNoWriMo – 2021
Well, November is behind us and it's time to look back on all the progress I managed to make over the course of thirty day.
The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith
Lately, all I've wanted to do is disappear into a cozy book. And The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency was on the case.
All Systems Red by Martha Wells
Murderbot manages to not only steal the show in this smart and hilarious novella, but my heart as well.
Show Time: Only Murders In the Building
Only Murders in the Building is a series that takes everything I love about true crime and murder-mysteries, and mixes it into a story that constantly keeps you on your toes.
Pride & Prejudice & Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith & Jane Austen
Everyone was talking about this book back in the day. It was on the New York Times bestseller list when it was published in 2009 - and there was even a movie in 2016 (which just proves I'm not the only one slow to hop on the popular book train) - and has since been a mixed bag for zombie and Austen lovers alike. But was it worth the hype?