Book Review: Eliza And Her Monsters

Rating: 4/5 Stars Eliza Mirk is the creator of Monstrous Sea, a web comic that has a huge fandom. Her life online is great... her social one much less so. Until she meets Wallace who happens to be the most popular fanfic writer for her comic! In this story Eliza must learn to face her... Continue Reading →


Book Review: To All The Boys I Loved Before

Rating: 2.5/5 Stars Lara Jean has loved 5 guys in her life. For each one she writes a goodbye love letter. But these letters aren't sent... they are kept in a hat box inside her room. Until one day, those letters get sent. Now, in order to save face Lara Jean decides to fake-date Peter... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Cinder

Rating: 4/5 Stars A deadly plague... a romance that never was supposed to happen... and a deadly moon queen. Cinder runs a small shop fixing androids and the like for pay, her cyborg abilities and droid Iko to assist. She is an outcast. After attempting to help in the search for an antidote for the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Orphan’s Wish

Rating: 2.5/5 Stars Aladdin, anĀ  orphan no-body from the Holy Land, finds himself in Hagenheim Germany. And while he is staying at the local orphanage, he ends up befriending Kirstyn the daughter of the Duke of Hagenheim. For Kirstyn, Aladdin is the one person who seems to understand her and value her. Aladdin quickly falls... Continue Reading →

Melanie Dickerson Cover Reveal!

I just got my copy of "The Orphan's Wish" in the mail today! And what do I find when I hop on Facebook? A brand new cover for her next book waiting for me. I swear it's Christmas. Melanie's next book is going to be another fairy-tale retelling (surprise! Right?) And this time, it is... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Animal Farm

Rating: 4/5 Stars Farmer Jones doesn't do a good job up-keeping his farm, and after one of the older animals tells of an extraordinary dream... the animals revolt. With their newfound freedom, the animals begin creating a society where all animals are equal and are treated fairly. That is, until the pigs gain dominance. This... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Murder On The Orient Express

Rating: 4/5 Stars Detective Poirot finds himself on a train heading back toward where he started. Since he has an eye for detail and people, he assesses his fellow travelers making observations. And when he gets an offer to protect a man from being killed, Poirot isn't interested. Not a day later... That same man... Continue Reading →

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