Holiday With A Twist by Shannon Stacey | Novella Review

Shannon Stacey writes some of my favorite Christmas themed novellas. They’re quite romantic with just the right bit of spice and adult parts. Her latest addition to the holiday oeuvre is Holiday With A Twist. It’s a sort of small town story featuring two main characters who go way, way back. Overall, I highly enjoyed Holiday With […]

Finding Abbey Road | A Study In Charlotte | Stalking Jack The Ripper

Finding Abbey Road by Kevin Emerson is the final book of the Exile series. Straight up, this series is kind of awesome if you like contemporary books where music and bands and secrets play a strong role. I listened to the first two books via audiobook. They are superbly narrated by Emma Galvin. However, the last […]

Saving Lucas Biggs | The Thickety | Falling Into The Dragon’s Mouth

Saving Lucas Biggs by Marisa de los Santos and David Teague has an absolutely eye catching cover. Personally, I am quite partial to covers which showcase night time scenes and stars. This cover is one that convinced me to read the book. I also think it will be eye catching for its intended audience. Thankfully, […]

The Best Gift For Busy Readers

I feel like it is SO hard to buy avid readers a bookish gift for Christmas. In looking squarely at myself as an example, I have SO many books that chances are if someone buys me a book, I already have it. I also am quite fickle with what I read, so if someone buys […]

Living Well, Spending Less | Love Your Life Not Theirs | The Money Saving Mom’s Budget

Note: background for image found via 401kcalculator.org and https://www.flickr.com/photos/68751915@N05/6722569541 which simply requires crediting the source in order to use the image. Living Well, Spending Less: 12 Secrets Of The Good Life by Ruth Soukup actually had appeal to me because I have been going a bit wild with pinning frugal things on Pinterest. Soukup’s blog is one that […]

The Perfectionists | The Taking | The Tattooed Heart

Wow, I have read two Sara Shepard books in rather quick succession. Both Shepard books are from different series, yet have a similar sort of feel to them. The Perfectionists is the first of Shepard’s Perfectionists series. Basically this series revolves around teenagers who feel immense pressure to be the best. Of course, there is a murder […]