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.
check out my indie review of starfire dragons by dawn ross, a space opera about ethical conundrums!