#REVIEW The Hunter, by L.J. Shen #5stars

MY REVIEW: Cheers to another phenomenal book by my favorite enemies to lovers romance writer. As always, the book was crude, nasty, unbelievably addicting, and brought to life a story that won’t soon be forgotten. One thing that I love about Shen is that she ties in characters from other series and other books, most…

#REVIEW On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft, by Stephen King #4STARS

MY REVIEW 4 STARS: This book isn’t at all what I thought it’d be. I went in expecting an English lesson, like a classroom style tutorial, and that wasn’t at all what it’s like. I suppose I should have known better, given King’s snarky attitude and approach of opinionated characters with completely out of the…

DOUBLE #reviews No Small Things AND Practice Gratitude: Transform Your Life: Making the Uplifting Experience of Gratitude Intentional, by Deborah Hawkins @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #NonFiction

Welcome to the book tour for The Best of No Small Thing with its accompanying gratitude workbook, Practice Gratitude. This unique collection of blog posts is by author, Deborah Hawkins! Read on for details and a chance to win a set of books! The Best of No Small Thing Publication Date: December 2019 Genre: Collection…

#review Gallows Hill, by Charles F. French @French_C1955

MY REVIEW 4 stars: Gallows Hill is the second installment in a paranormal investigative series. The first book, Maledicus set the stage for a small group of men who set out to uncover and solve paranormal mysteries. They get themselves into quite the evil circumstance and it’s insanely scary, talk about a nail biter!  This…

#review The Witch’s Daughter, by Paula Brackston

MY REVIEW, 4 stars: The Witch’s Daughter was a bit of a slow burn for me, but the story line was fantastic. Bess had a rough start at life, her childhood was like no other I’ve read before. She was born a few centuries ago, well before modern medicine and her mother was a healer….

#review Prodigal, by Samantha Sanchez @foreversanchez8

MY REVIEW 4.5 stars: Lets just take a second to talk about conversations and the realistic feel that they bring to books. There’s a reason dialogue can make or break a story. A lot of books out there in the troupe of fame – be it reality TV, movie stars, or music stars – feel…

#review So Sweet: A Tale as Old as Time, by Andi Lawrencova

MY REVIEW: Supernatural fantasy romance isn’t really a mix up of genres that I’d usually read, however, this particular one is a remake of Beauty and the Beast which happens to be my favorite fairy tail so I couldn’t pass it up! (yeah yeah I know, a writer who likes Bell the best, go figure!)…