There is a common misconception about a new year. When everyone starts preparing for the holidays before Halloween. It is a time where everyone's schedules and stress levels skyrocket. However, that does not stop when the new year comes around. The momentum does not slow down. Everyone goes back to school or work. That is … Continue reading January 2019 Highlights!
I have been wanting to read I Was Anastasia by Ariel Lawhon for what feels like ages! I have always been fascinated with the Romanov history. The book has two timelines. One of Anastasia, the other of Anna Anderson. The Anastasia timelines go through the rise of the revolution and the last days of the … Continue reading I Was Anastasia by Ariel Lawhon ~ Review ~
This is the third book in the King's Riders series, called Rogue's Call by CA Szarek. Even though the book still touches on characters from the previous books like Ansley, Leargan, Jorrin, and Cera but now readers are introduced to Lady Elissa and Sir Alasdair. Lady Elissa is an elemental mage who can control all … Continue reading Rogue’s Call by CA Szarek ~Review~
Next week I will be 31... I still haven't recovered from turning 30. That being said, I actually do enjoy my birthday. I get to see my friends and my family and eat a ridiculous amount of cake. ---I am not kidding, my husband always bakes me a cake and he does not bake usually, … Continue reading My Birthday Wishlist!
It is a new year and a new year of book club reads. My book club's January selection was The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn. This psychological thriller is about Anna Fox who has a severe case of agoraphobia. This means she had a severe fear of leaving her home. She "copes" by … Continue reading The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn ~Review~
After reading Sword's Call, I jumped right into the second book in the King's Riders series titled, Love's Call by CA Szarek. The story picks up not long after the first story ends except it focuses on new characters. Cera and Jorrin are still very much a part of this story, but now Ansley Fraser … Continue reading Love’s Call by CA Szarek ~Review~
I love to read (obviously) and a large majority of the books I read are Indie books. I read and write reviews for a magazine that really wants Indie authors to succeed...and that is InD'Tale Magazine! From reviews, author interviews, articles and more, InD'Tale Magazine really makes it a great place for readers to discover … Continue reading Why Choose InD’Tale Magazine?
Sword's Call is the first book in the King's Riders Series by CA Szarek! I have actually listened to one of her books on Audible and had the opportunity to meet her at InD'Scribe Con and Book Festival. After listening to one of her books, I really wanted to read the rest of the series. … Continue reading Sword’s Call by CA Szarek ~Review~
Beloved Mother by Laura Hunter is one of those stories that span generations. The novel mostly follows three women. First, there is Mona. She is a wild spirit and is always wandering in nature until one day she comes across Jackson Slocomb who rapes and abuses her. She becomes pregnant at 13 and they come … Continue reading Beloved Mother by Laura Hunter ~Review~
Last week I wrapped up 2018! I easily hit all my goals for the year and read some incredible books. A new year can be daunting for some, but I love a clean slate. A chance to begin again and do better. Plus I have plans and knew things I would like to try to … Continue reading 2019 Plans and Goals!