Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Wishes I’d Ask the Book Genie to Grant Me

This week is kind of an extra fun Top Ten Tuesday, is it not? I mean, who doesn't dream about all the things we'd have if we could have anything in the world. And even though books are pretty magical on their own, let's face it: we're all crazy bookworms, so I'm sure most of our dreams already have to do with books anyway. They do say be careful what you wish for, and I agree with that, but...
 

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

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...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers Featuring Phones

It's another week of Cover Characteristics, and I'm just so glad we're past the TV week, haha. This week it's phones! Honestly, I don't understand how people lived before phones were invented. Not even just cell phones but landlines. Do you ever think about that? I mean, people had to just go to someone's house and knock on their door, hoping they were home, if they wanted to talk. Or they had to...
 

Book Review: Reap the Shadows (Steel & Stone Book 4) by Annette Marie

Seiya and Lyre are still missing, Ash is still recovering from his injuries, the situation between the Gaians and the daemons is only getting worse, and Piper is on her own to figure out what to do next. But then Raum shows up looking for Ash's help, more discoveries are made about the Gaians, and Piper and her friends have to do everything they can to stop the impending daemon war before it...
 

Short Story Review: Feed the Flames (Steel & Stone Book 3.5) by Annette Marie

Seiya and Lyre were captured and taken prisoner before Piper and Ash made it out of the Overworld and are trapped. Seiya now has to trust and rely on Lyre, even though trusting people is not her forte, if she wants to escape to safety and find her brother. She finds out, however, that there may more a lot more to Lyre than she previously...
 

Book Review: Yield the Night (Steel & Stone Book 3) by Annette Marie

When the radical group of Gaians blow up the Consulate, kidnap Piper, and unleash her magic, she turns to the loyal Ash and Lyre yet again for help. But this time they all turn to one of the last daemons they thought they'd ally with, Miysis, and trust him to take them on a trip to the Overworld in order to find the one person who might be able to save Piper's...
 

Book Review: Bind the Soul (Steel & Stone Book 2) by Annette Marie

Ash is missing, Samael is eager to wield the power of the Sahar, and Piper doesn't know who to trust or turn to. What she does know is that she's willing to do whatever it takes to both save Ash and keep the world safe from Samael and the Sahar. But when she gets brought to the Underworld, she finds out just how cruel Samael can be and just how far she'll go to save those she cares...
 

Book Review: Chase the Dark (Steel & Stone Book 1) by Annette Marie

When an attack renders Piper's uncle injured and her father missing, Piper is left to take the fall for a powerful, magical weapon that has been stolen. With Prefects out to lock her up and daemons out to kill her and steal the stone for themselves, Piper sets out to solve the mystery and clear her name with the help of Ash and Lyre, two dangerous, and dangerously attractive, daemons, the only...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring TVs

Since I completely failed at this weeks Cover Characteristics, I will make up for it by once again regaling you with a related fun fact. You know that TB test you get every so often as a kid to make sure you don't have tuberculosis? Well no one actually explained to me what it was. So, when I was little, I thought it was a TV test that tested if you were watching too much TV. Luckily I always...
 

Updates & Info: The Weekly Update (4)

I don't have a lot of real life news, but I did have a pretty good book week. And I'm in a very circus-y mood now! Even though they weren't really about circus, The Dark Carousel series I read this week had a lot of mentions of circuses and carnivals, both of which I love--the fun kinds and the creepy kinds. Something about them is just so inherently creepy without even trying. Maybe The Immortal...