The Stars Between Us by Cristin Terrill | Book Review

I am seriously a sucker for a gorgeous cover. The Stars Between Us by Cristin Terrill immediately drew my eye. The whole galaxy theme and the lovely purple dress were all the indication that I needed that this book should go on my TBR. Although I am not the biggest fan of space, I do like […]

The Nemesis by SJ Kincaid | Book Review

Another day another series finished. The Nemesis is the final book in SJ Kincaid’s Diabolic series and what a closer it is. I think that if you are looking for a science fiction series that explores politics and humanity but is also kind of brutal, you should be reading this series by SJ Kincaid. Personally, I appreciate […]

Court Of Lions by Somaiya Daud | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Court Of Lions by Somiya Daud? At the very beginning of 2019, I listened to Mirage by Somaiya Daud. Of course, I loved it and really gelled with the audiobook version. Upon seeing the sequel and finale to the duology, Court Of Lions, I knew I had to read it. Ultimately, I […]

A Phoenix First Must Burn edited by Patrice Caldwell | Review

I don’t know what it is about this pandemic, but I am really ripping through short story anthologies. Maybe because there’s a feeling of accomplishment when reading one or two short stories per day. A Phoenix First Must Burn edited by Patrice Caldwell is a spectacular anthology that’s essentially a celebration of Black Girl Magic. There […]

More Than This by Patrick Ness | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To More Than This by Patrick Ness? It has been about five years since More Than This by Patrick Ness has published. What a different time it is now. Honestly, when it came to reading this book I was so torn between physical copy versus audiobook copy. I am a huge fan […]

Stitching Snow by RC Lewis | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Stitching Snow by RC Lewis? Stitching Snow by RC Lewis has a pretty bomb cover, am I right? BUT ALSO, a part of me assumed this would be a sci-fi retelling kind of like Cinder. Of course, that part of me was wrong. But still, I walked into the book all […]