Book Review: Damned If I Don’t (The Harker Trilogy Book 2) by Erin Hayes

After what happened in the last book, Edie feels even more helpless than ever, despite being the most powerful vampire hunter in the world, and neither her nor Jude are sure what they should do next in order to find a new replacement for the Progenitor. When they coerce Jude's acquaintance Dean into bringing them to the person he's been getting information from, they finally find out Jude's past...
 

Author Chat + Giveaway: Magic, Humanity, & Friendship // An Interview with Connor Drexler + Win a Signed Paperback of Mad God Walking!

Today's post is one that I have been looking forward to because I have two awesome things for you all! I recently got to read an ecopy of Mad God Walking thanks to City Owl Press, and I loved the unique protagonist and all the interesting magic, so I'm very excited to have author Connor Drexler on the blog today. He was kind enough to answer my questions about the book (as well as some other...
 

The Weekly Update: 11/13/16

Well, I'm pretty sure everyone knows the biggest news of the week. Frankly I can't even fathom how this is a real thing that has happened, but the fact is, it has happened. And what's really sad is that Trump hasn't even done anything yet; instead what I'm seeing and hearing about is the people in America turning on each other, attacking each other, threatening each other, etc. People from both...
 

Book Review: Bonfire (Hours of the Night Book 1.5) by Irene Preston & Liv Rancourt

It's Christmas time and Thaddeus and Sara are back in the bayou, but if they're going to spend their first holiday together, they're going to have to compromise on their very different Christmas traditions. Amidst all the holiday decorating and planning though, magical lights that recently appeared in the swamp have been leading people astray, and the townsfolk think Thaddeus is the one to blame....
 

Book Review: Black Snow by EAB

At the age of 19, Prince Brier gets sent to the land of Aire to train under the huntsman Roland and his guild for a year, but Brier doesn't just learn about skills while he's there, he learns what it means to love when he falls for Roland. Roland thinks himself to broken from his past to give Brier the love that he wants, and he knows they can never be together because of the laws and prejudices...
 

Book Review: Damned If I Do (The Harker Trilogy Book 1) by Erin Hayes

Vampire hunting has been passed down through Edie's family for generations, but months ago Edie's sister was killed and Edie was infected and will die unless she can find a cure. Now, with the help of her few remaining family members and an amnesiac vampire, Edie is determined to avenge her sister and keep her niece safe by killing the vampire who did this before the infection kills...
 

The Weekly Update: 11/6/16

Well crap. I don't have any real life news this week lol. I stayed pretty busy, but not with anything that's worth sharing. I didn't even do anything for Halloween, so it's not like I even have that to talk about. I do, however, have some exciting (well, for me) bookish news, so I'll just skip straight to...
 

Book Review: The Moonlight Market by Aidee Ladnier

When Cory's sister runs off to the Moonlight Market with only a note to tell him she's leaving, Cory is worried and immediately sets out to find her, but the Market is a big place, and he feels lost and alone. When he runs into Sanderson, his recent one (or two) time fling as well as a performer at the Market, he clings to him for help. But Sanderson wants more than just sex, and he thinks...
 

Bookish Musings: Why Are We So Attracted to Pretty Book Covers?

This isn't a discussion about if we're drawn to pretty covers because, let's face it, we are. And for the most part, we bookworms don't deny it. That's not to say we never read books that don't have pretty covers, at least I know I do sometimes, but we still love to obsess over and read the books with pretty ones. But the cover has absolutely zero bearing on the writing inside, so why do we...