My Not So Good Childhood Reading Habits

I found this glorious amended tag on Cam’s Bookish Tales!  She found the original on The Orangutan Librarian.  She thought, “Oh this is fun!” And I pretty much thought exactly the same thing!  I may have even done something similar before, but I loved thinking about how different of a reader I am now, compared to […]

Duo Review | Widdershins & Threshold by Jordan L Hawk

Widdershins by Jordan L Hawk Whyborne & Griffin #1 December 4, 2012 About the Book:  Some things should stay buried. Repressed scholar Percival Endicott Whyborne has two skills: reading dead languages and hiding in his office at the Ladysmith Museum. After the tragic death of the friend he secretly loved, he’s ruthlessly suppressed any desire for […]

Top 5 Tuesday | Red, Orange or/and Yellow Covers!

I don’t know what it is about these simple color topics that are so hard for me.  I know it’s just a matter of picking a book, but how much of the color needs to be in it to qualify?  Maybe I’m over thinking it, but it seems that I need to make sure the […]

Review | A Matter of Time by Mary Calmes

A Matter of Time by Mary Calmes A Matter of time #1 & #2 M/M Romantic Suspense Dreamspinner Press | July 17, 2011 About the Book:  Jory Keyes leads a normal life as an architect’s assistant until he is witness to a brutal murder. Though initially saved by police Detective Sam Kage, Jory refuses protective […]

Blog Posts I Loved in May

  Sharing blogging love is super important, which is why this monthly post is one I really enjoying drafting up.  Everyone out there writes wonderful, interesting ideas, so here I’m highlighting my favorites in May.  I hope you like them as much as I did. Misogyny – Whats It’s All About Having a daughter, a […]

May 2018 Recap & What’s Coming Next

5 Star Reads:   4-4.5 Star Reads:    3-3.5 Star Reads:    ReReads: The High’s & Low’s! It felt like May was a really long and busy month.  Summer is so much more complicated and time sucking than any other time.  It makes fitting everything in so much harder.  Thankfully it was a decent month.  […]