Audiobook Review: I’m Fine… and Other Lies by Whitney Cummings

ashley | I always felt like I was alone in it, but I really loved the show Whitney starring Whitney Cummings. I thought she was feisty and funny and I related to her a lot and… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Night Child by Anna Quinn

ashley | I finished The Night Child by Anna Quinn in one sitting over the holidays, and it was not at all what I was expecting. I didn’t read much about it before… Continue reading

Book Review: Blacksouls by Nicole Castroman

ashley | I have a love hate relationship with series and sequels, so I was cautious picking up Blacksouls by Nicole Castroman. I enjoyed Blackhearts, though the romance aspect surprised me a bit, but I was anxious to… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Keep Her Safe by K.A. Tucker

ashley | I started Keep Her Safe by K.A. Tucker the same way I start most books, a little hopeful but mostly cautiously optimistic. This was marketed as a romantic suspense, and the romance part made… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown

ashley | I haven’t read anything by Brené Brown before, but I’ve seen her name come up a lot and have always meant to. So when Braving the Wilderness was available on audiobook, I thought I might spend my… Continue reading

Book Review: Dawn Study by Maria V. Snyder

ashley | I have been such a fan of the Study books, Maria V. Snyder was one of the first YA authors I stumbled onto and she kind of paved a way for my… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Eighteen Below by Stefan Ahnhem

ashley | There is something about the way Swedish crime novels are written that really resonates with me and Eighteen Below by Stefan Ahnhem was no different. With fast paced chapters jumping from character to different character it’s… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan

ashley | Doesn’t everyone love a scandal? I certainly loved receiving an ARC of Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan. I don’t read much about Britain’s privileged elite, but it seemed somewhat timely in terms… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Wolves of Winter by Tyrell Johnson

ashley | The Wolves of Winter by Tyrell Johnson was marketed as “Station Eleven meets The Hunger Games” with a little classic Jack London thrown in. All of this is what drew me to the book initially, and… Continue reading