For my stop on the blog tour for THE GHOST COLLECTOR, I was able to ask debut author Allison Mills some questions regarding her upcoming release.
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 →
Thank you NetGalley and Harlequin TEEN (now Inkyard Press) for providing me with the ARC. Sometimes my impulse requests on NetGalley are interesting. I don't always look at the author of the books I'm requesting but skip right now to the synopsis to see if a book appeals to me. This is one of those... Continue Reading →
I have not read any Halloween brand spooky books this month and I'm so disappointed in myself for that. But better late than never, I picked up The Saturday Night Ghost Club by Craig Davidson looking for some scares. Although I didn't get what I was expecting at all, this is still quite a ride of a story. The... Continue Reading →
Last summer when Mackenzi Lee's book The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue came out, I jumped on it instantly. It was just the fun, queer story I was looking for at the time, so when she announced that there was going to be a sequel, it went on my list of books to pre-order on my birthday.... Continue Reading →
It's been a while since I've listened to audiobooks, but after deciding I needed a bit of a break from my usual podcasts, I downloaded OverDrive and got some good stuff to listen to while commuting. The first book I chose to get was The Lonely Hearts Hotel by Heather O'Neill, and wow that was a bit... Continue Reading →
I have a rather intense weakness for books set during World War II, especially when it focuses on the people fighting the good fight at home rather in a battle field setting. I also have an even bigger weakness for WLW stories. Never Anyone But You is the fictional retelling of the very real lives of... Continue Reading →
Thank you to Iain Reid and Ben McNally Books for providing me with a signed copy as a part of their Book-a-Month service. Years ago I read I'm Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid and was - for lack of a better term - scared shitless. Reid is a master of atmosphere and I was so... Continue Reading →