New summer reads? Bah! There's too many, and by the time you get through some of them, summer is over and you're already thinking about fall reads. No, my friend, what you need is a summer reading list that transcends the year 2021 while also staying firmly rooted in it. What you need is variety! … Continue reading The Only Summer Reading List You Need in 2021
As a musician (recreationally, mind you,) I’m always thrilled when I come across a novel about music or that centers around musicians. After all, they are a unique breed. Ergo, they ought to make for some pretty interesting fictional characters, right? Right! But wait! (you may exclaim,) isn’t it kind of weird to read about … Continue reading The Best Novels About Music and Musicians
Disclaimer: As an Amazon associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you choose to purchase using my link, I will receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. synopsis From Tiffanie DeBartolo, author of God Shaped Hole, How to Kill a Rock Star, and Grace: The Jeff Buckley Story, comes Sorrow, a poignant story about friendship and … Continue reading Book Review: Sorrow by Tiffanie DeBartolo
Check out my spoiler-free review of My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite!
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
Welcome to my book review for No More Lies, Alec Brock by Larissa Lopes, Book 2 in the Alec Brock series!
A guest post by Larissa Lopes, author of the Alec Brock series!
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My review of Stolen City by L.D. Greenwood, originally published on Reedsy Discovery!
A candid book review of Brave New World by Aldous Huxley in which I examine just how similar their society is to ours