As promised, here is a sticky post with links to other bloggers who are also playing Book Bingo 2018! Thank you to everyone who is participating so far, and thank you to everyone who sees this and goes to join! (By the way, you can find the post HERE with the Book Bingo 2018 board.) Beth at This … More Links to Other Book Bingo Players!
That’s right folks, it’s that time of year again, and I am rolling out my bingo board for Book Bingo 2018! I completely reformatted the board for this year, and I added some different squares to keep things interesting. (All I ask is that the board stay attributed to me because I put a lot … More Book Bingo 2018!
Girl Waits With Gun has been on my bookish radar for a while now…since I saw it and its sequels at one of my local public libraries. But, at the time I wasn’t looking at add YET ANOTHER series to my long list of series being read, so I mentally filed it away, but passed on it, … More Review: Girl Waits With Gun, by Amy Stewart
I stopped reviewing this series quite awhile ago because I felt like each book was essentially a copy-cat version of the last one, just with a different murder added in. The same basic cast of characters each time, the same general story layout, and frankly, I was getting a little bit bored. Divided In Death … More Review: Divided In Death, by J.D. Robb
I would like to thank Doubleday Books and NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book. I have never been particularly interested in the Romanov family tragedy or in Anna Anderson, but when I ran across the opportunity to read an eARC of this book through NetGalley, something about it made me jump on it. … More Review: I Was Anastasia, by Ariel Lawhon
Artemis started out really solid for me. I enjoyed the character building and the introduction of the fictional Moon city, Artemis. Then, we got into the exciting part of the story, and I was enthralled for a bit. Jazz, the main character, is a smuggler in Artemis and takes an opportunity to make 1 million slugs … More Review: Artemis, by Andy Weir
This is not my first time reading this book, though I do recall being slightly more impressed by the book the first time around. However, I still feel appropriately worried about the possibility that this book presents regarding the EMP attack by an unknown country. Especially given our current relations with North Korea. For anyone who … More Review: One Second After, by William R. Forstchen
I had heard a lot of great things about Eliza and her Monsters so when I got an opportunity to buy it on sale for Kindle, I snapped it up…and then didn’t read it for months and months. And in this case, I’m not feeling too sorry about that, because I feel like I only had … More Review: Eliza and her Monsters, by Francesca Zappia
I would like to thank Mulholland Books and NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book. Unlike the main character in Lie With Me, I’m not going to lie to you…I almost gave up on this book. Paul Morris, the main character is, let’s face it, slimy and rather vile. It seems as if he’s a … More Review: Lie With Me by Sabine Durrant