The Orphan Of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Orphan Of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox? Previously, I had listened to The Witch Of Willow Hall, Hester Fox’s debut and just fell for its spooky gothic vibes. The Orphan Of Cemetery Hill seemed to also promise vibes that would be spooky and gothic. I just knew I had to give […]

The Year Of The Witching by Alexis Henderson | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Year Of The Witching by Alexis Henderson? The Year Of The Witching by Alexis Henderson has a delightfully gothic cover. I wanted to prioritize reading this adult fiction debut. Typically when I want to prioritize something and get to it sooner, rather than later, I listen to the audiobook […]

9 Books That Will Give You The Feels

When I am reading a book, my number one requirement is to feel something – whether it is for a romance, excitement for the plot or a sense of place. I need to get some kind of emotion for what I am reading. It is why I love young adult books so much. However, as […]

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 Oversight by Charlie Fletcher | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Oversight by Charlie Fletcher? The Oversight by Charlie Fletcher appealed to me because the description made me think of Jonathan Strange And Mr. Norrell which I read such a long time ago and absolutely loved. I decided to download it via Netgalley and then let it sit on my queue […]

A Discovery Of Witches by Deborah Harkness | Book Review

I hate when hype gets me. Especially when I get to the point where I am so, so excited for a book that anything less than perfection is a huge let down. I am prefacing my review of A Discovery Of Witches by Deborah Harkness, with this, so that you understand where I am coming from. […]