2018 Best of the Best, Part 2 | July-December

I can’t believe 2018 is over.  I’m glad it’s over, don’t get me wrong, it just flew by so fast!  Thankfully this Best of the Best post kicks off my favorite blogging week!It’s where I get to rant and rave over the books that inspired me, or just gave me significant feels! As a reminder, […]

Review | Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant

Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant Rolling in the Deep #1 Horror Orbit | November 14, 2017 About the Book:Seven years ago, the Atargatis set off on a voyage to the Mariana Trench to film a “mockumentary” bringing to life ancient sea creatures of legend. It was lost at sea with all hands. Some have […]

Top 5 Tuesday | Favorite Opening Lines

I didn’t realize how hard this week was until I started actually trying to think of memorable opening lines.  I could only remember one book, Jellicoe Road, that stuck out to me has having a really powerful opener.  I had to search my shelves for others. I found four that I loved, but my fifth […]

Top 5 Tuesday | 5 Fantasies that Need a Prequel

I’ve realized today that I don’t really wish for a prequel in any genre other than forms of Fantasy. There’s something about the start of some Fantasy novels that begs the question, ‘how did we get here?’  I don’t think any of these would be books with a happy ending, but I think I’d still […]

3 Quotes in 3 Days – Day 2

It’s day two for this challenge, and before we get to my 2nd choice I wanted to thank Avathenerd and Midnight Ranter again for nominating me! The Rules: 1.Pick 3 quotes for 3 days and write what they mean to you. 2.Nominate 3 different bloggers each day (no repetition). 3.Thank the person who nominated you. As I was […]

Waiting on Wednesday

Feedback by Mira Grant (Release Date: October 4, 2016) About the Book: FEEDBACK is a full-length Newsflesh novel which overlaps the events of Feed and covers the Presidential campaign from the perspective of reporters covering the Democrats side of the story. There are two sides to every story… The year was 2014. We had cured cancer. […]