Almost Autumn by Marianne Kaurin | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen to Almost Autumn by Marianne Kaurin? Almost Autumn by Marianne Kaurin has quite the stunning cover and I am always taken in by a beautiful cover. In addition to the cover, I felt like the subject matter of the story seemed quite timely, given the times that we live in and […]

Girl In The Blue Coat | Mirror In The Sky | The Memory Of Light

I actually genuinely loved Girl In The Blue Coat by Monica Hesse. A quick glance over at goodreads shows that it got mixed reviews. I am the black sheep on this, but it really spoke to me. It also definitely had me craving some more historical fiction in my life. I should mention that I listened […]

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 […]

A Little In Love by Susan Fletcher | Book Review

A Little In Love by Susan Fletcher is a book that I feel like I have been reading forever and according to my spreadsheet, it is the shortest eARC that I have. Alas, you are here to learn about A Little In Love and so I will tell you all about it. Susan Fletcher’s young adult […]

The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich | Review

The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich is a book which I read to satisfy a craving for reading a book comprised of found documents after falling for Illuminae earlier in 2015. Aside from knowing about the found documents, I had no clue really what to expect from The Dead House going in. I found Kurtagich’s debut to […]

Da Vinci’s Tiger by L.M. Elliott | Book Review

I read Da Vinci’s Tiger by L.M. Elliott because art history is actually quite fascinating to me. I mean, I am not a super huge into art kind of person, however, I think the history of it is interesting as a whole. It surprises me a little bit that I have not personally come across […]