I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions mentioned here are my own. When Daniel Garrison contacted me about this book, he said that this book was all about adventure. My review policy doesn’t have adventure in the list of genres I prefer,…… Continue reading Drifting in the Push by Daniel Garrison
It was my blog’s 1 year anniversary three days back. On May 25, 2016, I started this blog with a review of Killing Floor (Jack Reacher #1) by Lee Child. Looking back, I realize that starting this blog was a spur of the moment thing. I had a little notebook where I reviewed books. I…… Continue reading 9 tips for the book blogger who is just starting out.
Why are you staring? They say your title needs to reflect the content. *shrugs* I’ve been tagged to do a number of posts but I never got around to doing them. I’ve ignored the Disney Princess tag, Earth Day, the Sims tag, and so many more. I’m very sorry, everyone who nominated me–this is because…… Continue reading The Happiness Ta–WAIT, This is Lit is still doing tags?!
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. I’ve always been obsessed with books about sickness. I want to know how people felt at the worst point in their life, biologically speaking. And, you know what, society? Mental…… Continue reading Despair to Deliverance: A True Story of Triumph Over Severe Mental Illness by Sharon DeVinney
Like any other book nerd, I love quoting from literature. While it’s mostly from books I’ve read, I occasionally happen upon a set of beautiful lines that I’ve never heard of before, but love just as well. The current quote that speaks to me on a spiritual level is from William Faulkner. “All of us…… Continue reading On Faulkner, writing, and our splendid failure to do the impossible.
I received an e-copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. You know how most mystery and crime novels always have a set story line? While reading, you can guess exactly what will happen next. Jellyfish doesn’t follow this route. It’s…… Continue reading Jellyfish by Lev D. Lewis
Jaq Hazell is the author of My Life as a Bench, a compelling story about a young girl who’s soul gets trapped in a bench when her life is abruptly cut short. I really enjoyed reading this book. You can read my review here. I asked Jaq a lot of questions and she was kind…… Continue reading Interview with Jaq Hazell