#BookReview of One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus

Five teens are sent to detention for the same reason: Having cell phones in class. Each student knows it’s a setup, but the teacher isn’t buying it. When one of the students has a tragic allergy attack, the remaining teens… Read more

Book Review of A Danger to Herself and Others by Alyssa Sheinmel

Hannah suddenly finds herself institutionalized and confined to a small hospital room. She knows there must be some mistake. She’d never hurt her best friend and dorm roommate Agnes. But Agnes is in a coma and Agnes’s parents are blaming… Read more

Review of Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Fifteen-year-old Kambili is painfully shy and incredibly sheltered by her overbearing father Eugene. Kambili and her brother Jaja go through their daily lives exactly the way their father dictates that they should – complete with written daily schedules. Behind the… Read more

#FREEBOOK DOWNLOAD! Small Talk by Robert Germaux is Free February 7 & 8

Robert Germaux’s exciting detective thriller, Small Talk, is FREE to download today and tomorrow, February 7 & 8. Grab this gripping murder mystery while it’s free. Consider leaving a review and spread the book love!    ABOUT THE BOOK: A… Read more

Book Review of We Hope for Better Things by Erin Bartels

Reporter, Elizabeth Balsam, receives a mysterious call from James Rich asking her to meet him for lunch. James has an old camera and some photos that he wants Elizabeth to return to her elderly aunt Nora – an aunt that… Read more

Book Review of The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

Lale Sokolov is sent to Auschwitz in 1942. Soon after, he’s given the position of tattooist, forced to tattoo his fellow captives. He meets the lovely Gita and promptly falls in love. My brief book synopsis is as deep as… Read more

#BookReview of The 7 ½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

Aiden Bishop must solve the murder of Evelyn Hardcastle at Blackheath Mansion, but he will inhabit eight different “hosts” during an eight-day period in order to do this. That’s the basic gist of this confusing, rambling, convoluted tale that ended… Read more

#BookReviews: Different Strokes for Different Folks

I became a book reviewer/book blogger almost by accident. It was a natural progression, really. I love to read. Always have. When I was a child, my most favorite gifts were books. I could spend hours with my nose stuck… Read more

#BookReview of The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn

Anna Fox spends all her time alone, drinking and spying on the neighbors. She becomes increasingly interested in her newest neighbors, The Russells. One night, as she’s watching the Russell family, Anna sees something horrific occur, but are things really… Read more

How To Write a Book Review by Susan Barton

  Judging by the amount of books that are published and sold every year, reading is still a valued pastime. Most often, the reason readers take the time to review a book is because we have some definite opinions about… Read more