[BOOK REVIEW] Flowers in the Attic

Title: Flowers in the Attic Author: V. C. Andrews Pages: 411 Genre: Adult Fiction, Family Relations, Abuse Rating: 2 out of 5 stars Ah, the infamous book about incest. Every strange fiction enthusiast has read this book. Stealing an old copy from my mom, I finally sat down and read what all the fuss was…

The TBR Pile of DOOM!

Greetings! I have decided to show you all an update on my books. I bring you: The TBR pile of DOOM!~ Ok, maybe not so much. People ask why I always have a book handy and this is why. I decided to make this post to show you a little more about myself! How many…

[BOOK REVIEW] Sky in the Deep

Title: Sky in the Deep Author: Adrienne Young Pages: 335 Genre: Fiction, Young Adult, Fantasy, Action & Adventure Rating: 4 out of 5 stars What a nice break from all of the Slice of Life books that I have been reading lately! This fantasy novel sets itself apart from the rest by exposing us to…

Sunday at NYCC 2018

October 7th, 2018 My birthday! Celebrating 24 years my life the best way possible by going to New York Comic Con. This was the last year to do so but I celebrated the past 4 years at NYCC so I’m sad to see the opportunity go 😦 Unfortunately, I woke up sick as a dog….

[BOOK REVIEW] This is Where it Ends

Title: This is Where it Ends Author: Marieke Nijkamp Pages: 285 Genre: Fiction, Young Adult, Slice of Life Rating: 4 out of 5 stars “Everyone has a reason to fear the boy with the gun” Specifically four people in particular. This young adult book follows four students who attend Opportunity high. During a speech in…

Thursday at NYCC 2018

This is my 11th year going to New York Comic Con and it has been quite a journey. After much deliberation, I decided to buy Thursday and Sunday tickets. Thursdays are honestly the best days to go simply because it is so empty! Also, you get first dibs on all the freebies. But between that…

[BOOK REVIEW] Bonds of Love and Blood

Title: Bonds of Love and Blood Author: Marylee MacDonald Pages: 225 Genre: Short Stories, Fiction, Interpersonal Relations Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars In a way, these stories were all created with a purpose and a location in mind. Each story carried some sort of moral or understanding to be found in the end. They…

[REVIEW] The Good Widow

Title: The Good Widow Author: Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke Pages: 292 Genre: Mystery, Tragedy, Thriller Rating: 3 out of 5 Stars This was a crazy story from beginning till end. First of all, I love how this was written. I was able to understand all of the references and enjoyed the writing unlike many…

September Book Haul

Very small Book Haul this month. Most of them I have already devoured. But, I just wanted to show you all that most of the books I read, I already own. They are mostly all from Bookcon or NYCC and are ARCS that need reviewing. Everything else comes from deals or boxes, as you will…

[BOOK REVIEW] Triumph

Title: Triumph: Taming the Monster Within Author: Ingrid Kern Pages: 166 Genre: Autobiography, Non-fiction, Sports Rating: 2 out of 5 stars This is the autobiography of a woman going after everything she has wanted to do in life, including the Senior Olympics. Told through a series of journal entries, Ingrid Kern shows us how busy her life…