The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires, Grady Hendrix

This book has been well-reviewed, and I’m glad for that because I didn’t write many notes while reading. I started reading it and wouldn’t have put it down except bedtime came, and I’m a stickler for sleep. It starts charming enough, with a, we’re bored, let’s make a better book club than the boring one… Continue reading The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires, Grady Hendrix

Magic, Television, & Marijuana, Matthew Berkman

When Berkman sent me a review request for this, I thought the title and blurb had promise. Then I got to the price on Amazon, which I found highly amusing, and I knew I had to read it. The story is told in alternating viewpoints and timelines, so you get a bit of everything with… Continue reading Magic, Television, & Marijuana, Matthew Berkman

The Haunting of Beatrix Greene, Rachel Hawkins et al.

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.

Rebel Academy: Crave, Rosemary A. Johns

“Was it wrong to crave love?” From the very first chapter where we meet Magenta, I was invested in her and her future in the Rebel Academy. But then, as Johns introduced characters, I found myself attached to each of them. When each chapter focused on various members of the Rebels, I declared that person… Continue reading Rebel Academy: Crave, Rosemary A. Johns