Book Review: Broken Mirror (Resonant Earth Book 1) by Cody Sisco

Victor has Mirror Resonance Syndrome but spent his whole life since the diagnosis clinging to the hope of a cure... until his Granfa Jeff closed down Oak Knoll Hospital and died a few months later. Victor is sure that his Granfa was murdered, even though everyone dismisses it as one of his delusions, and the more he looks into things, the more he realizes things are not right with his Granfa's...
 

Book Review: Stolen Ink (Ink Born Book 1) by Holly Evans

Dacian is a tattoo magician with a secret who has managed to so far fly under the radar, but, when a thief starts stealing people's magical tattoos (and killing the people in the process), Dacian ends up being the one chosen to stop him. Dacian doesn't know how and doesn't want to reveal his secret about his magic, but he can't sit back and do nothing. Between the thief, a stalker, a new...
 

Book Review: The Heart of Arima (Les Corbeaux: The French Vampire Legend Book 2) by Emma V. Leech

Corvus and Jehenne finally get to be together, but their troubles aren't over because they still have to make a trip back to the Underworld. But Jehenne has been having visions about a baby, and Corvus is not the father, which means she'll have to choose between Corvus or her future child, and neither choice is going to be without consequence, especially when Corvus finds...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring Spaceships/UFOs

Technically the topic this week is UFOs, but really whether something is a UFO or not is relative, right? I mean, to the aliens in the UFO, it's actually just a spaceship. Or it could be humans flying around in a ship, or something that's not even a ship, but if someone happens to see it and doesn't know what it is, voila! It becomes a UFO. Yes? This was all just a really long way of saying I'm...
 

The Weekly Update: 3/26/17

First of all, I want to give a big, giant thank you to everyone who commented last week! I didn't even go around commenting on other Sunday Posts myself and instead waited for you all to come to me first because I was worried my post might be too long or make other people uncomfortable, and I didn't want anyone to feel obligated to comment. But you all came and commented anyway and just further...
 

Book Review: The Alabaster Concordat (The Immortal Coil Book 4) by J. Armand

Ever since the encounter with Hell and the Demon Lord, things on earth have been shifting toward chaos, and Dorian and PROJECT: UNITY will have to work with other supernaturals if they want to save the world from destruction and have a fighting chance in the impending war. The war comes sooner than Dorian expected when the Egyptian God of Chaos shows up, but as Dorian learns more about himself...
 

Bookish Musings: Why Do Some Books Make Us More Emotional Than Others?

Ok, so, there are some books that have emotional situations in them, and my brain understands that the things happening are emotional, that the character is feeling things, that it would be horrible to ever be in that situation for real... yet, for some reason, I just don't really feel emotional.But then there are other books that I just feel in my gut, my chest, my whole body. I myself get tense...
 

Book Review: When Planets Fall (Stars Fall Circle Book 1) by Abby J. Reed

The planet of Scarlotti is divided by three groups, but tensions between them are high and a war is closer than ever. When Breaker gets captured by Herons and forced into fixing a starship, he agrees in order to keep his people safe and tries to keep his deal secret in order to avoid giving his chief a reason to incite war, but rescuing Malani wasn't part of his plan and her mysterious wings...
 

Author Chat + Giveaway: Supernatural Creatures, Telekinesis, & The Immortal Coil Series // An Interview with J. Armand + Win a Signed Paperback!

J. Armand's Immortal Coil series is one of my favorites, what with its action-packed plots, fantastic, lovable characters, and multitude of supernatural creatures, so I'm really excited to have an interview with him on the blog today! And not only did he answer all my questions, he was kind enough to offer a signed paperback of the first book, so hopefully you'll enjoy learning about his books...
 

The Weekly Update: 3/19/17 + A Personal Note about Chronic Illness

My Weekly Update posts are always personal since I usually update you all about my life, but today's is going to be even more personal than usual. I've mentioned a few times on my blog that I have a chronic illness. I generally don't like to specify it as CFS/ME partly because, thanks to the awful name (chronic fatigue syndrome), people tend to think, "Oh, so you're tired? I'm tired too. Just...