Discussion: Reviewing Books in Ongoing Series vs. Finished Series

Sometimes we read each book in a series as they come out. Other times the books are all released, but we read them all spread out anyway. Other times we binge read all the books in a row. So that means sometimes we write reviews before we've read the rest of the books in a series, whereas other times we write reviews after we finished them all. What I want to know with this post is, do you write...
 

Discussion: Are Abandoned Series Still Worth It?

We all know the dreaded scenario: *turns off lights and holds flashlight underneath face* You get one, two, three, maybe even four or more books deep into a series when it stops, possibly on a cliffhanger, and then suddenly... *dramatic pause* There are no more books! That is just the worst. Except recently I actually read the first book in a series I knew was abandoned and am contemplating...
 

Discussion: Consistency in Book Series

For anyone who doesn't already know this about me, I am a series girl. I absolutely adore series and much prefer them to standalone books. There are so many reasons that I love series, but that's not really what this post is about. Instead, I want to talk about consistency among series because, well, it's been a bit of a problem for me lately. And when I have a bookish problem, I bring it to you...
 

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...