Bookish Tag Post: Bump in the Night Book Tag

I stumbled upon this tag somewhere (I don't even remember where), and it seemed both fun and perfect for the month of October! I didn't actually set out to do a bunch of Halloween-themed posts this month, but I follow try to follow my blogging whims, so here we are. The original can be found at the ColdTeaAndCrumbs booktube channel, and, as usual, I tag everyone who wants to do the tag...
 

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Traits that Make Me Love a Character

I have no idea what characters other people like or dislike, and I mostly read indie books, so this week's topic is another one of those topics that's just too difficult for me. That's why I've tweaked it! I've come to realize there are certain things that usually make me immediately start to love a character. I'm not talking the typical personality traits like brooding or sarcastic---those are...
 

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I Read in 2015

I'm pretty sure I've already talked about all these books and series roughly 27 times each this year, but what can I say? They are my favorites! They're also the books that don't get the attention they deserve---something I keep trying to change! (Some of these first in series are free on Amazon, so check 'em out!) I have had an AMAZING book year though and am keeping my fingers crossed that next...
 

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Female Characters from Books I’ve Read This Year (2015)

It's actually not often that I find female characters I love or even like. It's not that I don't like females---I am one! But I don't seem to relate to them as often in books. Maybe it's just how they're written, what with all the pressure there is on writing females. That's why, when I do find one I like, I get ridiculously excited and obsess over them. And I'm so happy to found a few amazing...
 

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Series I’ve Read This Year

I had to edit the topic a bit because I literally had NOTHING for the original. Finished series that I want to read and have started but not yet finished? What is that? What does that even mean?! I'm a binge reader! If I like a series, I'll read a book, sometimes two, a day until I finish it. I just can't help myself. Seriously, I don't understand all you people who can just take a year long...
 

Book Review: Mother May I (Knight Games Book 4) by Genevieve Jack

With Rick's memory still out of commission and a group of fae assassins out to get Grateful, possibly sent by her goddess mother, she turns to Julius, Polina, and Logan for help. Grateful and her new and old allies must work together to get the old Rick back and defeat the goddess mother if Grateful is going to get her happily ever...
 

Book Review: Queen of the Hill (Knight Games Book 3) by Genevieve Jack

Grateful is finally ready to get married, but, when a witch shows up demanding payment that Grateful refuses to give, she ends up with much bigger problems than bad wedding food and a much bigger mystery than which dress to wear. With most of the people she'd usually turn to either missing or barely talking to her, Grateful must rely on her mind and her magic to get out of her biggest challenge...
 

Book Review: Kick the Candle (Knight Games Book 2) by Genevieve Jack

Grateful is still trying to figure out her new life and what she wants from it (as well as what men she wants in it), but supernatural activity is increasing, an important weapon is going to be stolen, and she's about to be evicted from her house at the worst possible time. If she can't solve the mystery of what's going on and how to stop it, she'll lose more than just her...
 

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books that Would Be On My Syllabus If I Taught Healthy Relationships in Modern Lit 101

It was a struggle for me to find a measly ten books/series with healthy relationships in my list of recent reads, and that's exactly why I decided to go with Healthy Relationships in Modern Lit 101. I'm so tired of cruel, dominating, controlling, disrespectful male love interests who the protagonist of course falls in love with because, in the end, all his cruelty and disrespect is actually very...
 

Book Review: The Ghost and the Graveyard (Knight Games Book 1) by Genevieve Jack

When Grateful Knight moves into a new place while getting back on her feet, she's not expecting to have a cemetary in her backyard or to end up in a love triangle with the mysterious caretaker next door and an attractive ghost inhabiting her house. As she uncovers more about who she is, she has to decide on not just a man but also how to handle the supernatural now surrounding her...