Book Recs: 10 Lesser-Known M/M Vampire Books

That's right, it's me, your friendly neighborhood vampire-loving book blogger, back with another post full of vampire book recommendations! Here's my previous post, if you'd like to see it. This time, it's all about the M/M* ones. *Most of these books are not technically romance. I used the term 'M/M' because they all have male characters who are either gay or bisexual and/or in a relationship...
 

Book Recs: 10 LGBT+ Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books by LGBT+ Authors

I think we can all agree that inclusivity and diversity in books is great. And what better way to support diversity in gender and sexuality in books than by supporting the LGBT+ authors who write them? So here are some amazing books that I've really enjoyed and definitely recommend if they sound like your kinda...
 

Bookish Musings: Top 5 Strangest Book Reviews I’ve Written

I like to think of this post as proof that a) you really don't need to write "professional" reviews to have a book blog, and b) positive reviews can in fact be fun! I also like finding ways to continue talking about great books that I totally recommend and think people should read, since oftentimes books just get forgotten after the review is posted, and this seemed like a good way to do...
 

Bookish Tag Post: The “Longest Book” Tag

Don't worry, this isn't a book tag that's really long, it's just a tag about long books ;-) In fact, it's actually a really quick and simple tag! Here's what you do: 1) Make a list of the 5 longest books you've ever read 2) Select 2 of the longest books on your TBR 3) Discuss 4) Tag others Ta da! That's it. I was tagged by Wren @ For the Love of Books, the original is from Bewitchingly...
 

Bookish Musings: Consistency in Series Book Covers

I love book series. I also love book covers. Therefore it stands to reason that I would love the covers for series. And I do... when they're consistent. But there are a lot of little (and sometimes big) things that irk me when it comes to the covers on different books in a series, so I thought, why not make it a...
 

Bookish Tag Post: Zombie Apocalypse Book Tag

I don't do a ton of tag posts on this blog, but I have to admit, I totally love these types of tags where you choose books and then open to a random page and answer each question with the first word or character name you see. I found this tag on Paradise Found, the original is from Nathan Hale, and this is how it works: 1. Pick any five books randomly (or not randomly, your choice). 2. The first...
 

Book Review: The Alabaster Concordat (The Immortal Coil Book 4) by J. Armand

Ever since the encounter with Hell and the Demon Lord, things on earth have been shifting toward chaos, and Dorian and PROJECT: UNITY will have to work with other supernaturals if they want to save the world from destruction and have a fighting chance in the impending war. The war comes sooner than Dorian expected when the Egyptian God of Chaos shows up, but as Dorian learns more about himself...
 

Author Chat + Giveaway: Supernatural Creatures, Telekinesis, & The Immortal Coil Series // An Interview with J. Armand + Win a Signed Paperback!

J. Armand's Immortal Coil series is one of my favorites, what with its action-packed plots, fantastic, lovable characters, and multitude of supernatural creatures, so I'm really excited to have an interview with him on the blog today! And not only did he answer all my questions, he was kind enough to offer a signed paperback of the first book, so hopefully you'll enjoy learning about his books...
 

Book Review: Gospel of the Forgotten (The Immortal Coil Book 3) by J. Armand

Just when Dorian thinks he's getting his life under control, it gets upended once again by the appearance of Lyle and a team of people trying to keep the peace between humans and supernaturals who go by PROJECT: UNITY. Working together, Dorian, Noah, and the team discover the true horrors behind a shady pharmaceutical company, as well as the darkness within the human race and possibly their own...
 

Book Review: Shadows of Humanity (The Immortal Coil Book 2) by J. Armand

Dorian is back in New York after two years of training, but something strange is going on yet again---a mysterious being is killing all the vampires in the city. Then Dorian runs into William, a member of a brotherhood that hunts supernaturals, and William befriends Dorian, believing him to be the one who did all the vampire killing. Dorian goes with him to England thinking he might be able to...