Bookish Musings: Sometimes Reading Makes Me Feel Like a Privacy Invader

I could not, no matter how hard I tried, figure out a more eloquent word for this post title. I was go to go with voyeur instead of privacy invader, but voyeur has too much of a sexual connotation, and I didn't want people to be confused because this post is about so much more than just sex. Eavesdropper is also close to my meaning, but that generally only applies to listening. There's snoop, but...
 

Book Review: Black City Saint (Black City Saint Book 1) by Richard A. Knaak

Ever since slaying the Dragon, Saint George, now known as Nick Medea, has been tasked with the duty of protecting the Gate to Feirie, along with the Dragon that now shares his body. Nick thought they handled the worst of their problems 50 years ago when they burned Oberon in the Great Fire to stop him from combining the mortal and Feirie worlds, but when strange things start happening, Nick...
 

Book Review: The Glamour Thieves (Blue Unicorn Book 1) by Don Allmon

JT has finally found a life that isn't full of crime and thievery, and he's happy with it, until Austin shows up after two years away and pulls him into another scheme. The orc and the elf soon find themselves mixed up in more than they bargained for with gang and a necromancer on their tail, and the history and feelings between them are only muddying things up even...
 

Random Musings: My Supernatural Sims House Update (2) (AKA The One in Which I Let All 8 Sims Loose at the Carnival)

Yay, time for another update! I think you all are going to like this one. It's a fun one. I also have one last sim to introduce (there won't be any more since eight is the limit in the game). Annnnd I even have a little treat at the end for my Jacovine fans ;-) Also, I changed my graphic settings in the game (after the pictures for this post were taken), turned some of them down to compensate...
 

Book Review: The Daughter of the Night (The Girl in Between Book 4) by Laekan Zea Kemp

The Dreamers' bodies have finally been found, including Bryn's, but their problems are far from over. Now that Bryn has turned 18, cracks have formed in the universe, loosing all sorts of nightmares on the world and starting an apocalypse. But amidst fighting off nightmares in the real world and finding all the Dreamers and Rogues in order to save the world, Bryn and Roman are both battling their...
 

Book Review: The Pirate of Fathoms Deep (Tales of the High Court Book 2) by Megan Derr

A year and a half ago, Lesto was punched in the imperial pavilion by Shemal, a pirate criminal; but unable to deny the chemistry between them, they snuck away to an empty room later that day where they did far more inappropriate things before Shemal immediately ran off, and neither has been able to forget the other since. When Lesto gets kidnapped and dropped on Shemal's doorstep, both men are...
 

Bookish Tag Post: Book Title Book Tag

I found this tag at Dinasoaur, the original is from the ReadingRealm booktube channel, and it seemed like a really good one since you don't have to have read any of the same books or even have the same taste as any other readers/bloggers in order to have fun with it. It's just all about titles! And I stuck mostly to titles of books I've read since I would've had too much choice and gotten...
 

Book Review: Steal the Light (Thieves Book 1) by Lexi Blake (Repost)

When Zoey gets offered a million dollars to steal an arcane artifact, she hastily accepts before realizing she's made a deal with a demon that could land her in Hell for eternity. As if that weren't enough for Zoey and her supernatural team, the confusion caused by Zoey's remaining feelings for her vampire ex and the growing feelings she has for the faery prince she meets threatens to tear Zoey...
 

Book Review: The Storm Lords by Ravon Silvius

Rowen lost his parents and his voice in a heat spell a year ago, leaving him unable to defend himself to his fellow villagers who think he stole his parents' water. One day, in desperation, they sacrifice him and leave to die in the sun, but he gets rescued by Kristoff, a Storm Lord, who tells Rowen that he too has the magic to create storms and dispell heat. Rowen gladly goes with Kristoff, but...
 

Bookish Musings: Are You a Bookish Risk-Taker?

Do you don your snowsuit and climb to the top of your TBR mountain and risk falling to your death? Do you juggle with hardcovers and risk bruising your face or stabbing yourself in the eye?? Are you a hardcore bookworm??? Just kidding. I'm actually just wondering if you ever take risks on books you're unsure of, like books outside your usual genre, books by new authors, books with no reviews,...