I just finished reading this incredible YA fantasy about brujas and lobizones (i.e. witches and werewolves), and it is something else. The last 10% of the book had me wrapped up thinking, NO FRIGGIN WAY!
The Lost City is the first book in the latest Amanda Hocking series about a society of trolls. This book received a five star rating from PW.
For those who love The Lost Boys, you will love “Mayhem.” There are vampires on one side of the Boardwalk, and the Brayburns on the other side.
Check out this amazing new YA series about a witch turned vampire who fights rogue vampires and tries to protect the coven that ousted her. Also, enter the giveaway for a copy of the first book in the series.
In Book 2 of the Darkhaven Saga, Ava Lopez struggles with letting her old coven behind. If she doesn’t let go soon, she may die by the hands of the one she loves the most…her mother.
This story will make anyone (including this city girl) appreciate the farm life and what Paige is doing to keep her family’s farm running. She really makes all of this look easy. From fixing motorcycles and riding tractors, laying down pipes to birthing a cow, this girl does it all. She’ll make you appreciate this life she’s so passionate about.
We could call it a book review, or we could call it a bit of an explanation on why every woman needs to own this book. You need this because every single thing that is hurting you, she cracks open and explains it to you in a way that will help heal your soul.
A witch protecting her coven is brought back from the brink of death by a vampire, cursing her to a life of the undead. She has to leave everyone she loves to live among the vampires and track down the rogue vampires who struck down her coven. This is the first book in a series of five.
Introducing “The Sea of Lost Girls.” A story set at a prestigious prep school in which one woman’s carefully hidden past might destroy her future.
Change begins when we decide we need to change ourselves. What happened to us does not define us. Who we choose to become as a result of everything that has ever happened to us, that’s up to us. We hold that power to become better than we were yesterday.
Are you someone who wants to read more books? Whether it’s just one book a month or 200 books a year, I am going to share today how I work towards my reading goals.
For fans of Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie’s Monsieur Poirot, Charles Finch’s Lenox Mysteries are right up your alley.
The Dry meets Silence of the Lambs in this intoxicating tale of literary suspense set in the relentless Alaskan landscape about madness and obsession, loneliness and grief, and the ferocious bonds of family …
What if you (a writer) finally got everything you ever dreamed of? The 7-digit book deal, book tour, love, and fame. But what happens when your Cinderella peasant girl life meets your fairy tale princess? Which do you choose?
Serpent & Dove is an incredible new debut from author Shelby Mahurin. This YA tale about witches and the church will leave you wanting more in this new series.
ARCs. We need to talk about ARCs. Advance Reader Copies. For all of the Bookstagrammers and Book Bloggers out there, please pay attention.
“The Whisper Man” will have you at the edge of your seat. It was so scary and creepy, it genuinely scared me. A must read for lovers of scary tales.
For all of those who love books and subscription boxes, Book of the Month just recently launched a spin-off just for YA lovers called Book of the Month YA. I’ve…
Oh, boy! Do I have a treat for you today. In celebration of “The Lady in the Coppergate Tower” release, I am giving away an ARC (advance reader copy) of…
I decided to focus on reading books that speak to me. Today, I am reviewing “Searching for Sylvie Lee” and “The Night Tiger.”
Since I announced I will no longer be sending book sales to Amazon, [Amazon is Selling Counterfeit Books] I reached out to other retailers to see if we could form…
I usually find the month following the Book Expo to be the time when I read more books than I normally would read. June was no exception. I decided to…
Erin Morgenstern’s second novel “The Starless Sea” is due to be released on November 5, 2019. Her debut, “The Night Circus,” came out in 2011 to much acclaim. It’s taken her eight years to deliver her follow-up, and after reading “The Starless Sea,” I have to say that it was worth the wait.
Hey Bookworms! I have some book deals for you today. Today’s deals come from Books-A-Million.
In another big exposé, the New York Times reports that Amazon is selling counterfeit and plagiarized books…and they don’t care. People may think that there is nothing wrong with buying…
Yesterday’s post was about the Book Expo/Book Con. Today’s post is about getting free ebook ARCs electronically. To recap, ARCs are Advance Review Copies of books. These books are handed…
I received a lot of questions regarding the Book Expo last week and I am going to try to explain this as best as I can. Here is the difference between the Book Expo and the Book Con.
If you love Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte, you will enjoy the latest novel from Josi S. Kilpack. “Daisies and Devotion” is the second book in the Mayfield Family Series.