Top Ten Tuesday | Opening Lines

I previously did an Opening Lines post. So, rather than redo the list again, I decided to try something new. I took the YA books I’ve had on my bookshelf the longest, unread, and I wanted to see how many of them intrigue me. I mean, I really should get around to reading these at […]

Duo New Release Review | Secrets and Scrabble by Josh Lanyon

Murder at Pirate’s Cove by Josh LanyonSecrets and Scrabble #1Cozy Mystery M/MJustJoshin Publishing | February 29, 2020 About the Book: Ellery Page, aspiring screenwriter, Scrabble champion and guy-with-worst-luck-in-the-world-when-it-comes-to-dating, is ready to make a change. So when he learns he’s inherited both a failing bookstore and a falling-down mansion in the quaint seaside village of Pirate’s […]

Top Ten Tuesday | Ten Reasons I Love TJ KLUNE!

SURPRISE!! Probably not. I’m betting more than half of you expected this. What can one do when presented with the opportunity to shove their favorite author down your throat? Why, oblige, of course. You’re welcome! 1. His humor!! Trying to find quotes for this post was so much fun! I kept changing them out for […]

Review | The Monuments Men Murders by Josh Lanyon

The Monuments Men Murders by Josh LanyonThe Art of Murder #4Cozy Mystery M/MJune 30, 2019 About the Book: Someone is watching. Someone is waiting. Despite having attracted the attention of a dangerous stalker, Special Agent Jason West is doing his best to keep his mind on his job and off his own troubles. But his […]

Release Day Review | The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune

The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ KluneStandaloneFantasyTor Books | March 17, 2010 About the Book: A magical island. A dangerous task. A burning secret. Linus Baker leads a quiet, solitary life. At forty, he lives in a tiny house with a devious cat and his old records. As a Case Worker at the […]

Discussion Post | Iron and Magic by Ilona Andrews

It’s about freaking time! I mean, Angie and I finished our discussion series of the Kate Daniels series in 2018 with the intention of reviewing the series in entirety. Sadly, life got in the way. In 2020 we decided to finally finish it out, first with Iron and Magic. What you’ll read below is actually […]