Kindle Reviews #1: The Town That Feared Dusk by Calvin Demmer & The Kurim Case by Ryan Green

Yay, a new review series! I have a ton of digital books, and thought doing a mini-review type recap for some of them would be a great way to give feedback on my blog despite not being able to take great photos without physical copies. My Kindle app is so convenient, and I have hundreds of … Continue reading

Book Review – The Same Deep Water As You by Chad Lutzke

Title: The Same Deep Water As You Author: Chad Lutzke Edition: Paperback Page Count: 82 pages Rating:  4.5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  Music, beer, skateboarding, and tragedy star in this coming-of-age lesson on love and lust and the line that divides them, as 19-year-old Jex experiences a life that meets River’s Edge and Kids with … Continue reading

I’m a Night Worms Reviewer!

I’m super excited for this announcement, and like I mentioned in last week’s wrap-up, if you follow me on social media, you’ve already heard – but here are the full details! 😀 I’m joining the Night Worms as a book reviewer! If you’ve not already familiar, the Night Worms originally started as a group of … Continue reading

Tuesday Tag: The Wanderlust Tag

I told my lovely friend Destiny that I wanted to participate in more book blogger tags, and she came through! Thank you for the tag, this was super fun! The Rules Mention the creator of the tag and link back to original post [Alexandra @ Reading by Starlight] Thank the blogger who tagged you Answer the 10 questions … Continue reading

Monthly Wrap-Up: January

I’m a little late with this, but better late than never, right? Not always, but it’ll do here. 😛 I didn’t read as many books number-wise as I planned to this month, but with one of the books I did read being over 1,000 pages, I’m still happy with what I made my way through. … Continue reading

Book Review – The Ritual by Adam Nevill

  Title: The Ritual Author: Adam Nevill Edition: Paperback Page Count: 448 pages Rating:  5 / ✨✨✨✨✨ Book Summary: Four old university friends reunite for a hiking trip in the Scandinavian wilderness of the Arctic Circle. No longer young men, they have little left in common and tensions rise as they struggle to connect. Frustrated and tired they take a shortcut … Continue reading