The Twelve Days Of Snowball | Kristen McKanaugh | Book Review

The Twelve Days Of Christmas follow up companion to Snowball’s Christmas. This time the adorable feline has her eye set on a new pair: Sophie and Daniel. Previously Snowball had despair for Daniel for interfering in her match making. This time though she sees the possible connection between him and the new bed and breakfastContinue reading “The Twelve Days Of Snowball | Kristen McKanaugh | Book Review”

Snowball’s Christmas | Kristen McKanagh |Book Review

Snowball’s Christmas is a cute holiday story that involves an adorable white kitten and two unsuspecting humans. Snowball has decided that Emily and Lukas are meant to be together and will let no one get in the way. Including a man who obviously has his eye on Emily. It is a sweet adventure filled withContinue reading “Snowball’s Christmas | Kristen McKanagh |Book Review”

You Can Go Your Own Way | Eric Smith | Book Review

To say that I have been strongly anticipating the release of You Can Go Your Own Way would be an understatement. I have been following Eric Smith since his days at Quirk Books and it brings me great joy to see him releasing another book. Plus, the title of this one is something that couldContinue reading “You Can Go Your Own Way | Eric Smith | Book Review”

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Would Hand Someone Who Does Not Like Reading

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader GirlToday’s topic is Books I would hand to someone who does not like to read! I thought it would be fun to actually include my hand written list this time. Yes I’m aware there are misspellings but, I thought you might like to seeContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Would Hand Someone Who Does Not Like Reading”

October Recap | November TBR

I’m a little late writing this post but it was a busy day first day of the month. I can’t believe we’re already in November! October was a pretty good month. Work is going good. Felines are good. Family is good. Books have been good. So, I’m pretty good! Here’s my TBR for November… IContinue reading “October Recap | November TBR”

Haunted Hospital | Marty Chan | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Haunted Hospital? I was looking for a Halloween book to listen to while at work. When I read the synopsis of Haunted Hospital, it seemed like the perfect fit. It sounded easy to follow with a touch of spookiness which I like. I didn’t want to be too scared atContinue reading “Haunted Hospital | Marty Chan | Audiobook Review”

The Ex Hex | Erin Sterling | Book Review

The Ex Hex is the perfect Halloween read. It’s funny, sweet, and filled with magic. I’m so excited that it appears to be part of a series because I want to see these characters again. I have fallen for them and their small quirky town. The main character is a witch named Vivi, who remindsContinue reading “The Ex Hex | Erin Sterling | Book Review”

Down With This Ship | Katie Kingman | Book Review

Down With This Ship is Katie Kingman’s debut novel. It is also her tribute to the ever changing world of fandoms and fanfiction. If you are of the past generation that grew up reading or writing fanfiction or are a current fanfic reader like myself, you may like her ode to our world. Unfortunately, thereContinue reading “Down With This Ship | Katie Kingman | Book Review”

Top Ten Tuesday: Halloween Titles

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader GirlToday’s topic is a Halloween freebie so I picked titles that remind me of Halloween. Not all of them are set during Halloween but their titles are just as spooky!Here We Go! 1. The Lovely Bones ~ Alice Sebold 2. The Hallowed Ones ~Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Halloween Titles”

On Christmas Eve | Ann. M. Martin | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to On Christmas Eve? I was looking for a short Christmas story to listen to while at work and came across On Christmas Eve on Libby. Given that it was written by one of my favorite childhood authors Ann. M. Martin, I immediately intrigued and ready to learn about the littleContinue reading “On Christmas Eve | Ann. M. Martin | Audiobook Review”

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