Book Review: The Last Sun (The Tarot Sequence Book 1) by K. D. Edwards

Rune lives in New Atlantis and is the sole survivor of the Sun Throne. He and his bodyguard/best friend, Brand, do mercenary-style jobs for Lord Tower. When they get tasked with finding a missing scion from another court, they end up discovering a monster of myth and a bigger problem than anyone first...
 

Update: Life and Books (7/1/18)

Another two weeks has gone by, and I still have no real life news (well, no good or exciting news anyway). But hey, it's July! That's something, right? Ugh. Ok, I'm just gonna end this terrible intro. Go forth and check out the bookish...
 

Book Review: Wanting the Wolfman by Louise Collins

Years ago, Joel had his leg amputated after a traumatic incident in the woods, but his memories are hazy, and what he was told happened has never felt right to him. When a memory resurfaces one night, he heads back into the woods to find the wolf---and the man---he knows are there, and finally finds some peace and...
 

Bloggy Musings: Do You Talk About Sex Scenes in Your Book Reviews?

I know this is a discussion that not everyone will be able to participate in since not everyone reads books with sex scenes, but it seemed interesting, so I couldn't help myself. The way I review has evolved since I first started blogging, but so has what I'm comfortable talking about in my reviews. And when it comes to sex scenes in books, I've seen all different ways of handling that,...
 

Book Review: Mongrels by Stephen Graham Jones

A young boy has grown up listening to his grandfather's tall tales about werewolves only to discover one fateful day that they were all true. From then on, it's a life on the run with his aunt and uncle, trying to stay one step ahead of being caught, moving from place to place, waiting for his own time to shift, and trying to find his place in the family and the...
 

Cover Characteristics: Black, White, and Yellow Book Covers

Ahhhhh this post was so hard. It's been sitting in my drafts forever because I just could not find ten covers I loved that had only black, white, and yellow. I guess yellow on its own is a hard color to work with since there aren't a whole lot of usable shades, and it can be hard to see yellow against a white background. It's also very bright and could end up hurting people's eyes if not used...
 

[Audio]Book Review: The Utterly Uninteresting & Unadventurous Tales of Fred, the Vampire Accountant (Fred, The Vampire Accountant Book 1) by Drew Hayes

Unfortunately for Fred, becoming a vampire didn't make him the smooth, suave, exciting creature of the night he imagined it would. But between werewolves, necromancers, zombies, mages, a girlfriend, and some new para-human friends, his unlife is becoming significantly more interesting than his life ever...
 

Update: Life and Books (6/17/18)

Long time no talk! I have not done one of these posts for a month. I normally do them every other weekend, but I just wasn't feeling up to it. I kind of didn't even feel like posting one today. It's just been a tough time for me lately. Lots of stress, anxiety, and feeling rundown because of health/medical stuff. But I like to show what books I've gotten and read, and they pile up too much if I...
 

Book Review: Pack by Mike Bockoven

Dave and his pack of werewolves live a comfortable life in their small town of Cherry, Nebraska---until one of their own murders a women and brings all sorts of trouble to their doorstep. Dave's son's first transformation, infidelity, family trouble, and the loss of a member are already causing tension among the pack, but they'll have to find a way to overcome these things if they want to keep...