Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with a copy of the ARC I went into this one based on what I was hearing from others who were reading it (and enjoying it) so I was definitely intrigued. The Stalking Jack the Ripper vibes were strong with the description so I was excited at what the story... Continue Reading →
Thank you to NetGalley for the advance copy the mermaid's voice returns in this one is available March 5th, 2019 I've loved Amanda Lovelace's work since her first collection and even though I don't know her personally, I want to mention how proud I am of her for her women are some kind of magic series. I really... Continue Reading →
Sonya Lalli's debut novel, The Matchmaker's List, follows Raina as she struggles with the pressures of her family and her culture in regards to getting married. Her best friend is set to be married on Raina's 30th birthday and with her ex-boyfriend still looming in her mind, Raina is having a hard time handling the stress of her crazy busy investment job on top of all the blind dates her grandmother is setting her up with. I was lucky enough to have a chance to ask Sonya a few questions regarding her amazing book!
Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with a copy of the ARC This collection of Georgia Hill's The Little Book Cafe trilogy follows the lives of three small-town women as they re-evaluate their relationships, their goals, and their lives in general. When I requested the book through NetGalley, I went into thinking cheesy Hallmark-movie romance, but... Continue Reading →
Thank you to the publishers for providing Indigo Books & Music Inc. with an ARC for review as part of the selection process for the January Staff Pick of the Month. This review does not reflect the views and opinions of Indigo Books & Music Inc. and are my own independent thoughts of the work... Continue Reading →
I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review When I read Liz Nugent's last novel, Unraveling Oliver, I felt that it was an interesting character study rather than the thriller I was expecting. Much can be said the same for this most recent novel. The story follows three... Continue Reading →
Thank you Annick Press for sending me an ARC in return for my honest review I normally don't read much non-fiction, but on the rare occasion a title jumps out at me. This time, a book jumped out at me because of the author. Michael McCreary and I became friends several years ago as I... Continue Reading →
Back in 2016 when I was still a subscriber to OwlCrate, I received their March Writer's Block box. Inside was a book I'd never heard of and probably wouldn't have picked up on my own and yet I read it in about a week, crying almost the whole way through because of how much I connected... Continue Reading →