A Shameless Self-Promo

You like that title? Lol Because I couldn't think of anything else. I don't talk about my own writing too often! I've tried to keep this blog ALL about other books! That seems to work well for me. But today, an editorial review of Caged went live on Reedsy Discovery, and I want you all …

Book Review #32: Delusion by Joseph Phelps

Fair warning: This is a review for a sequel. Now, while the book would work as a standalone, I think they still need to be read in order. You can find my initial review of Illusion (Book #1) here! The Faction War in The Life ended with the digital world in flames. For Kitty, though, …

A Little More

TW: This post contains discussions around intense grief. I went back to work this week. For the first time in two months. At first, it was a bittersweet feelings. I've missed my colleagues; I've craved more structure in my life. Yet, at the same time, I wasn't ready to put summer behind me. You would …

Book Review #31: Resolve (Book 3 of the Sensorians Trilogy) by Brigitte Morse-Starkenburg

Hi, friends. First of all, I want to say that I'm incredibly sorry for being so silent for the past month. I hated being absent, but I couldn't bring myself to type any words. I think I'm finally ready to crawl out of my self-inflicted hole. When I'm ready, I'll share what I've gone through, …

Book Review #28: She Named Me Wolf by Tenkara Smart

On his journey through life, Wolf goes through too much: his father's alcoholism, his mother's crippling fear, his brother's carelessness, his isolation at school. Yet, he's never truly alone. Since he was a child, his best friend has been a spiritual entity named Polly. The Japanese ghost helps him to navigate the treacherous waters of …

Book Review #25: These Troubled Days by James Tarr

Boston is in shreds. America is sinking quickly into a fascist government. With unfits quarantined into the Chelsea Internment Center, millions of people are in distress. Yet Harold, an ex-activist, only has one concern in life: protect his daughter Aiden from the very life he used to frequent. ProServ Officers like Eckart and Blair make …