Book Review: Trailer Park Fae (Gallow and Ragged Book 1) by Lilith Saintcrow

Half-sidhe Jeremiah was once the Armormaster for the Queen of Summer but has spent many years trying to leave his past behind and live his life in the mortal realm as a normal, human construction worker. But when a mysterious stranger who looks like his dead wife shows up in his life being hunted by Unwinter, Jeremiah finds himself wanting to help her and gets pulled right back into the...
 

Book Review: Hell is Coming (Watchers Book 1) by N.P. Martin

Leia has spent most of her life in foster homes, ever since her father was killed and her mother taken by a demon no one believed her about, but she's finally 18 and about to start fresh with her brother... until she gets home one day to find her foster mother murdered and her brother kidnapped. When she discovers the truth about her mother's past as a Watcher (a Nephilim who hunts demons), she...
 

Bookish Musings: What Do You Listen To While Reading, Writing, and Blogging?

This is a very exciting post for me, guys, because it's my first discussion post ever! Hurrah! *cue the cheering* I decided, however, to keep it simple and talk about something everyone can join in on no matter what type of books you read or what you like/dislike when it comes to reading. And really, what is more universally loved than music? I love pairing books and music and think music is...
 

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Bookish Goals for the New Year

Since I haven't said it yet, happy New Year to everyone! But here's the thing: I don't believe in New Year's resolutions. The concept behind them is great, but they backfire. They put into our minds that, the moment we falter, the whole thing's a bust, and now we have to wait until next year to try again. But we don't! It doesn't have to be the first day of a new year to make a change. It doesn't...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring Jewels

The first Cover Characteristics post of 2016! And who'd have thought it'd be such a hard one? Book covers with jewels turned out to be so much harder to find than I thought they would be. But, as usual, hunting down the covers is part of the fun, especially since I always end up finding more books to add to my TBR and more free ebooks to download. I'm not a jewelry person myself, but I did manage...
 

The Weekly Update: 1/3/16 (aka New Year, New Name, New Bloggy Goodness!)

That was such an eloquent title, I know. But I couldn't think of one word to encompass EVERYTHING that I have to tell you guys! Ugh, where do I even start?! This is what I get for taking a week and a half off. But I was busy redesigning-ish my blog! (That's not even true. I did all this in the past three days. And I didn't even change that much.) But now you all get a whole rambly post about all...
 

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Leaving Under My Tree This Year

It's almost Christmas! Which means Santa is coming! Which means bookworms all around the world are putting the finishing touches on the list of books they want to get because, really, do we even include anything else on our lists? My book wishlist is entirely way too long, but I have somehow managed to rein ̶d̶e̶e̶r̶ it in and choose the ten I'd most love to get in paperback. You better be...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers from Books I Read in 2015

Now that 2015 is coming to an end, I really wanted to share some of the amazing book covers I have fallen in love with. But I've realized I'm kind of a bitch when it comes to book covers, and I've become one even more so as the year has gone on and I've seen more and more of them. I was going to write this whole spiel about what I do and don't like in book covers, but I've decided to save it for...
 

Updates & Info: The Weekly Update (14)

Happy early Christmas to everyone who celebrates! The holiday really kind of snuck up on me this year. In fact, the whole month of December is going way too fast. January needs to slow down a bit. I have been enjoying reading some Christmas-related books though. I don't think I've ever done that before, which is odd considering how much I love all other things Christmas (movies, songs, etc.) But...
 

Book Review: Winterspell by Claire Legrand

With Clara's mother murdered and her father a mayor-turned-gang-lord who has spent the past few years succumbing to his grief, Clara has become increasingly close to her unusual, story-telling godfather and harbored a crush on the beautiful statue in his shop. But on Christmas Eve, her life gets turned upside-down when Godfather's stories start becoming reality, his statue becomes a live person,...