Book Blitz: Pendle Fire by Paul Souther

This is our stop during the book blitz for Pendle Fire by Paul Southern. This blitz was organized by Bloodhound Books and runs from April 1st to April 4th. ashley | A couple of years ago, author Paul… Continue reading

Book Review: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

ashley | I couldn’t pass up a chance to read The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw. I mean, look at that cover! It’s so pretty. And that magical theme is woven throughout the… Continue reading

Book Review: The Boy on the Bridge by M.R. Carey

ashley | I finished The Girl With All The Gifts by M.R. Carey with an underwhelmed feeling. I really enjoyed the first half of the book, but I found myself dragging my feet… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Wild Inside by Jamey Bradbury

ashley | I’m inevitably drawn to books about the wild, nature, wolves and the like. The Wild Inside by Jamey Bradbury spoke to me before I even knew what the book was about.… Continue reading

Book Review: And the Trees Crept In by Dawn Kurtagich

ashley | When I read The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich, I was pretty much blown away. I thought it was so creative and inventive, I was an instant fan. I have had… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Shrewed by Elizabeth Renzetti

ashley | A collection of essays about women, by a woman who lives in my city, so fresh off the press that it speaks to the current climate of women’s voices finally being… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Liar’s Girl by Catherine Ryan Howard

ashley | The description of The Liar’s Girl by Catherine Ryan Howard promises everything I love in a book; a serial killer, secrets from the past coming back, intrigue and suspense! It’s also set in… Continue reading

Book Review: Lycanthrope Rising by John Matsui

ashley | I feel lucky that John Matsui keeps sharing his work with me; his sense of humour and writing style really adds a level of enjoyment to his work and while I… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Kremlin’s Candidate by Jason Matthews

ashley | Spy books aren’t really my go to, but I stumbled upon Red Sparrow a few years ago and Jason Matthews trapped me in his written web. Like with it’s follow up, Palace of Treason, Matthews brings another… Continue reading