Top 5 Tuesday | Hyped by Mom, but I Won’t Read ’em!

Top 5 Tuesday!  There are a few reasons I won’t read books my mom recommends.  First, they tend not to be my style at all.  They are exceptionally dense and heavy reads, which I’ve mentioned before I can’t handle lately. Also, I have a mental block when it comes to my mom’s books.  Maybe I […]

Top 5 Tuesday | Strike These Tropes From History!

Top 5 Tuesday!  The idea of ‘tropes’ has always been a tricky one for me.  I think all books follow similar plot lines.  There are only so many out there, and the specifics are what makes each book better or worse. These are the 5 I HATE! Top 5 Tuesday was started by Shanah at […]

Top 5 Tuesday | Gimme MORE Trope-Types!

Top 5 Tuesday!  My favorite tropes, and ones that I’d love to see more of.  The idea of ‘tropes’ has always been a tricky one for me.  I think all books follow similar plot lines.  There are only so many out there, and the specifics are what makes each book better or worse. These are […]

Top 5 Tuesday | Favorite Ending Lines

So, I had this great idea that I’d use the ending lines from the same books I chose for opening lines.  I was so excited, like giving readers a sneak peek.  I realized pretty quickly that picking out ending lines is a lot harder, because it’s so easy to accidentally post a spoiler. With that […]

Review | Point of Contact by Melanie Hansen

Point of Contact by Melanie Hansen Standalone M/M Contemporary Romance Carina Press | March 26, 2018 About the Book:  Only love can heal an impossibly broken heart  There’d forever been a thread running through Trevor Estes’s life—his son, Riley, strong and constant like a heartbeat. But when Riley is killed in combat, everything in Trevor’s life unravels […]

Book Report Day! The Hating Game

Sharing a good book with friends is one of the best part of being a reader!  So when my friend Jenn came up with the idea buddy reading The Hating Game, I jumped all over it. I got especially excited when she came up with the idea of writing up an elementary school book report […]