Wow, okay. Okay! I'm writing a review… I'm doing it… Seriously though? I don't know how to review this because this is such a convoluted book. It's got a small family cult, a snake, and a location that is perfectly isolated and eerie. Little Eve is an atmospheric novel where each step that Uncle makes… Continue reading Little Eve, Catriona Ward
Oh, oh my. I don’t know how to review this one. I read it at night before bed, so I didn’t make many notes while reading. After reading The Night Ship and falling absolutely in love, I’ve made Kidd one of the authors I’m clearing the back catalog of this year. This is well reviewed;… Continue reading Things in Jars, Jess Kidd
I'm not going to complain about how hard it was to narrow down this list. But I will tell you that there are so many amazing books releasing this month and I've been lucky enough to review quite a few of them. (Daughter, The Golden Couple, Star Father, The Chase, Wicked and Wild Things, The… Continue reading 10 New Releases to Look Forward to in March
I haven't been able to do this post in a while because of the problems with my shoulder. But I decided I could do a little bit each day until I had a complete post. I have missed doing this post the past few months, so I'm excited to share with you the new releases… Continue reading 10 New Releases to Look Forward to in February
After coming into a large sum of money, Marcel feels it has upset the balance in his world. In his quest to set the balance right, he runs into more peril. People in his life are in danger if he doesn’t make things right. But his quest takes him into some highly suspect territory. He… Continue reading The Chapel St. Perilous, Michael Rands
I plan these kinds of posts for at least a week, after torturing myself for a few weeks before that, trying to narrow down 10 books that I am looking forward to. I have a list on Amazon that is only unreleased books, and I check that list *all the time*. So I see these… Continue reading 10 Books to Look Forward To in March
Beatrix is a medium, at least, that’s what her clients think she is. So when she’s sought by James to work with others to confirm if Ashbury Manor is haunted, she readily agrees. The pay will open doors for her that weren’t previously possible. But it might all be more than any of them can… Continue reading The Haunting of Beatrix Greene, Rachel Hawkins et al.