5 Historical Fiction Audiobooks You Need To Listen To

If you know anything about me, the one thing you probably know is that I LOVE audiobooks. And so, I am listening to them constantly. Thanks to Hoopla, Overdrive, Libby and my library’s amazing ILL system, I always have an audiobook going (FOR FREE thank you taxes, you’re the real one). If you’re new to […]

The Diabolic | The Empress | SJ Kincaid | Book Review

The Diabolic by SJ Kincaid was not entirely on my radar until this totally awesome package containing bath bombs, a candle, and the first two books of the trilogy showed up at my house. You immediately have my attention, I guess if you send me a bath bomb. So, I made it a priority to […]

A Most Extraordinary Pursuit | A Strange Scottish Shore | Audiobook Reviews

Why Did I Listen To A Most Extraordinary Pursuit? So, as it turns out A Strange Scottish Shore is actually the second book in a series, or I think a duology. I needed to read book one after learning that tidbit of information. Thankfully my trusty library had A Most Extraordinary Pursuit by Juliana Gray via Overdrive […]

Next Year In Havana by Chanel Cleeton | Book Review

Next Year In Havana by Chanel Cleeton surprised me with how excellent it was. I did not know anything about the Cuban revolution going in. All I had to go on was some bloggers talking about how enjoyable it was via twitter. In addition, there’s the gorgeous cover which is the easiest way to get […]

Helen and Troy’s Epic Road Quest by A. Lee Martinez | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Helen And Troy’s Epic Road Quest by A. Lee Martinez? Helen And Troy’s Epic Road Quest by A. Lee Martinez is apparently a book I downloaded via Netgalley but that never made its way to my Kindle. Weird right? So then me being responsible and one of those I need […]

Like A River Glorious by Rae Carson | Book Review

Like A River Glorious by Rae Carson is the second in Carson’s Gold Seer trilogy, and okay I am 100% treating this book like a middle child. You see, I read it back in September 2016 and now here were are typing this post in March 2017, with a semi-review posted in September. I mean, how […]