What better way to kick off Spooktober than with a book about a serial killer? Even though it's not spooky or supernatural, My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite was quite welcome in this month's repertoire. With its dark humor and quippy tone, this contemporary noir novel was right up my alley... not to … Continue reading my sister, the serial killer: spoiler-free book review
I'm back with another edition of Books and Beers, because diet or no diet, this is too darn fun! This time, I'm pairing beers with Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid, a fun summer read about the rise and fall of a rock n' roll band in the 70s! (Disclaimer: As an Amazon … Continue reading books and beers: daisy jones & the six by taylor jenkins reid
I'm going to regret this, guys. I truly am. I have taken it upon myself, for reasons not entirely clear, to read the entirety of The Kingdom Keepers series by Ridley Pearson. (Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you choose to purchase using my links, I will receive a small … Continue reading the kingdom keepers 2 made me listen to disneymania
I finally get to do this! Welcome to my book review for the second book in the Alec Brock series by Larissa Lopes: No More Lies, Alec Brock! I told my story of how I got involved with this series launch in my review of the first book, so I won't repeat it here, but … Continue reading no more lies, alec brock: book review
Is there a better combination than books and beers? Oh, you didn't know those two things could go together? Well, allow me to enlighten you... First, a quick update. As you may have surmised, I have aligned my blog posting schedule to my YouTube posting schedule. This is totally for my own convenience--it makes so … Continue reading books and beers: save the date by morgan matson
I finally got around to doing the booktube newbie tag!
check out my latest indie book review of a sci-fi adventure called Factory 4-80!
my second review for reedsy discovery!
Why am I doing this project again? Oh, because I want to say that I've read everything in my home library and therefore feel less bad about buying more books. Right right right. So I read Brave New World for this installment of Lessons From My Bookshelf, and the best way I could think of … Continue reading brave new world review: the future is nigh?
don't say i didn't warn you.