Review – Toil & Trouble: 15 Tales of Women and Witchcraft, edited by Jessica Spotswood and Tessa Sharpe

I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.  Let us take a moment to appreciate this cover, shall we? This is the first time I've reviewed a short story collection, and probably the longest review I have ever written, There is a short review…

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Tome Infinity and Beyond Readathon TBR

I know what you're thinking ... why another challenge based readathon? They never seem to go well. I love the idea of them though, so I want to give them another chance. This one seems like a good candidate for a number of reasons It is two weeks long -- 7 books in two weeks…

Series Review – GearShark by Cambria Hebert

The GearShark Series by Cambria Hebert is a series of romances (mostly male/male) set around the world of indie car racing. It is a follow-up to her #Hashtag series. There is some character overlap (especially in the first two books), but it is not necessary to read one to enjoy the other. I definitely want to…

Smutathon Wrap-Up (3 Books in 7 Days)

My plan -- yes I had a plan -- for the Smutathon readathon was to read seven romance books between July 9-15th. I read three. It wasn't that reading seven romances in a week was an entirely unrealistic expectation. Even with working full time, I generally get through romances fairly quickly, also a bunch of…

June 2018 Wrap-up

I read six books in June for a total of 2301 pages. Hardly anything compared to March or April, but actually more in line with my average reading. Two of the novels were adult, three young adult and one was middle-grade. A majority of what I read was fantasy (3) along with 1 science fiction,…

Mid-Year Book Freak-Out Tag

I can't believe we are already in the middle of 2018, actually past the middle (as I am writing this on July 2). This tag is a great way to review what you have read so far this year. It was created by Chami at IsThatChami and Elly at EarlGreyBooks. As of now, I have read…