Author: Bethany It’s that time of year again! All year long, 2020 felt like it was dragging and yet, now that the year is almost over, I can’t figure out how it flew by so quickly. We have had a lot of stress-inducing changes in our lives this year - some shared by the world…
I am currently planning my wedding, which means I’m trying not to spend excessive amounts of money on books...You can probably guess how well that’s working out. I have been relying heavily on a free e-book email list to get me through this. Unfortunately, those free e-books are usually part of a series with the potential for me to get hooked and then have to spend money to discover what happens next. Thankfully, the entire Twilight Court series, which Fairy Struck initiates, is available through my Kindle Unlimited subscription!
Vampires Never Get Old is a collection of young adult vampire-themed short stories by various authors.
Book: Doctor Sleep by Stephen King (2013) Movie: Doctor Sleep (2019) Reviewer: Jeriann Age/Genre: Adult Paranormal Fiction, Thriller, Suspense, Horror Content Notes: Racial Stereotypes and Slurs, Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Rape, Sexualization of Children, Torture and Murdering of Children, 9/11 I didn’t know there was a sequel to The Shining until I saw a bunch…
It’s October and I am SO EXCITED because it means that spooky season is in full swing! I’ve had my house decorated for Halloween since Labor Day and I am determined to enjoy all of the awesomeness that this fall has to offer. So, of course, my book choices are going to reflect the time of year. I’m not much of a horror person - I leave the gruesome and macabre to Jeriann - but I loooooooove me some fantasy. Especially urban fantasy. Since the sequel to Hypnos hasn’t been released yet (dangit) and the next Patricia Briggs book isn’t out until March 2021, I went with something new.
Earlier this year, I was browsing my library’s ebook collection and Jessamyn Stanley’s Every Body Yoga caught my eye.
This Is How You Lose the Time War follows two agents who travel across time, dimensions, and worlds.
I think I’m going to need to start paying for a television package just so I can watch sports. I mean, I was doing fine before the pandemic started. Then, all of a sudden, if there was a game I wanted to watch, I couldn’t go to a bar and see it and soon after that, many sports were cancelled altogether. This is relevant to the review, I swear! I started picking up sport romances to console myself from the sudden dearth of sports in my life, and now my Kindle queue is full of various fictional athletes and their potential love interests, which is how I ended up reading The Chase.
This is a short collection of poetry, compiled from Feminista Jones’s poems from 2004 to 2017.
When I read the blurb for I Owe You One, I was immediately excited to start reading the book. Set in England, the story follows a girl everyone calls Fixie - because she has a compulsion to fix things. When a stranger asks her to watch his laptop in a coffee shop while he takes a call, she is happy to help. And when she ends up saving the stranger’s laptop from disaster, he insists on giving her an IOU for a favor. According to the blurb, a hilarious bout of favor-trading and love-falling ensues.