Book Review: Ghosts (Hell Divers Book 2) by Nicholas Sansbury Smith

It's been ten years since the mission at Hades that took the lives of numerous hell divers but saved humanity and allowed life on the airship, the Hive, to continue. In those ten years, Michael, a.k.a. Tin, has grown up and become a hell diver himself. But Captain Leon Jordan has been keeping secrets from everyone, and some of the ship's inhabitants and hell divers are getting closer to...
 

The Weekly Update: 7/9/17

I forgot to tell you all last week that the guys across the hall did in fact put out a 4th of July door mat as decoration for the holiday :-P Anyway... I haven't done much the past week other than stress out over moving-related stuff. But oh, hey, I realized yesterday that today (July 9th) is my two year blogging anniversary, so yay! I think I may have mentioned at my one year anniversary...
 

Book Review: The Land of Night (Scarlet & the White Wolf Book 3) by Kirby Crow

Scarlet and Liall have finally made it to Liall's homeland, but they are far from safe---if anything they're in even more danger because of the Rshani hatred for Hilurin, the political intrigue of the royal court, and the current power struggle for the crown, and Liall knows there are some who wouldn't hesitate to hurt Scarlet in order to get to him. As if that weren't enough, a rift starts...
 

Book Review: Deadgirl: Goneward (The Deadgirl Saga Book 3) by B.C. Johnson

Lucy and her friends have stopped the serial killers, but now Lucy has a new problem---an angry wraith making her crazy and constantly threatening her and her loved ones. As Lucy struggles more and more to sate her hunger, she, Morgan, Zack, and Cortney head out on a roadtrip to talk to Puck and find...
 

The Weekly Update: 7/2/17

Remember I mentioned last week that I watched Captain Fantastic? Well, ever since watching it, I haven't been able to shake this strange deja vu feeling. When the movie started, one of the actors looked familiar. I looked him up but hadn't seen anything that he was in. I brushed it off and kept watching. Then it got to one point further into the movie, and I predicted something that was about to...
 

Graphic Novel Review: Chester 5000 XYV Vol. 2 by Jess Fink

Before he created Chester 5000, Robert worked at a foundry with George, and the two of them became fast friends while working together on new inventions. But between work stress, dangerous inventions, sexuality questions, overbearing orphanage mothers, and greedy bosses, what will happen to George and Isabelle's new marriage and Robert and Priscilla's struggling one? (This volume covers events...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring Clocks

Clocks turned out to be a pretty good topic for book covers! There's something kinda pretty about clocks too. Actually, speaking of clocks, I happen to have this really awesome one that I love (the picture is an Amazon affiliate link in case anyone else also wants to own the same awesome...
 

Book Review: Toric’s Dagger (The Weapon Takers Saga Book 1) by Jamie Edmundson

When the religious relic Toric's Dagger is stolen, Belwynn, her twin brother, and eight others are sent to track down the thieves and return it, but they soon find themselves embroiled in something much bigger than mere theft. Elana insists the dagger will be essential in saving their nation, and everyone seems to want it. Meanwhile things are changing on the political front, and leaders...
 

The Weekly Update: 6/25/17

Let's see, what did I do this week... I rented some movies! I rarely watch movies, but it seemed like a good way to rest my arms. I watched Captain Fantastic because I thought it would be fun, quirky, and touching, I got a Little Miss Sunshine vibe from the cover, but boy was I wrong. I nearly cried like six times. I was heavy and unsettling in some ways and emotional but touching in the end....