Halloween is fast approaching! So, in the spirit of the season, I decided to read a thriller that includes zombies, automatons, cyborgs, alchemy, and people with mutation-caused fishy qualities.
It’s National First Love Day! Now, you might be thinking, “Love? Why isn’t Bethany doing this review?
About a month or so ago, I was on Twitter and I saw a release announcement for a book that I soon realized was a sequel to Chocolat.
Happy Administrative Professionals Day! I know what you’re thinking: “It’s weird to celebrate Administrative Professionals Day by writing about a book that essentially breaks the cardinal rule of being an administrative professional - no workplace relationships!” But I find that office romance novels make it very clear how integral administrative professionals really are for the success of a business.
I first read Dumplin’ in 2015 when it was released because it received a lot of pre-publication hype and I was in need of some inspiration after leaving graduate school. Netflix recently turned this YA novel into a movie and, since people everywhere have New Year's resolutions on their mind and body image is sure to come up, I decided that now would be a good time for a review.
2019 is here and we’re full of hope! Maybe not for the world in general (we’re not that optimistic), but the book world is going to be full of some wonderful new additions from some great authors! Below are a few we’re excited about, with links where you can find more information about their release dates.
I picked up The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R Carey because someone told me it had zombies in it, and then it seemed like I was hearing about this book everywhere. If you like books that make you think and question, this is such a sublime read.
It’s pretty obvious where we heard about Floreat Queenie since we posted a review of Queenie’s Teapot last month. This is the second book in The Queenie Chronicles by Carolyn Steele.
We thought this would be the perfect time to review Floreat Queenie because it starts off right at Christmas. The chaos of the past year is seemingly subsiding, when Queenie accidentally manufactures some political drama by swearing during her televised Christmas announcement. This is then used by some shady characters with political motives to mobilize religious zealots into protesting the government.
David Sedaris is an author who I’m very interested in, but have yet to form a solid opinion on. Here are my thoughts on his collection of Holiday short stories.