The Belles review

The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton Star Rating: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars Format: hardcover Summary: Camellia is a Belle, a being created by the goddess of beauty. She is one of six who help the country of Orléans to stay beautiful. She wants to be picked at the Queen’s favorite and stay at court, helping set beautyContinue reading “The Belles review”

Lady Killers: Deadly Women Throughout History review

Lady Killers: Deadly Women Throughout History by Tori Telfer Star Rating: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars Format: ebook galley Summary: This nonfiction book examines the cases of fifteen women serial killers throughout history. Review: I received a free ebook galley copy of this book for review from Edelweiss. I really liked this book. I loved the topicContinue reading “Lady Killers: Deadly Women Throughout History review”

The Girl in the Glass Box review

The Girl in the Glass Box by Andi Adams Star rating: ★★★★ ☆ 4/5 stars Format: ebook galley Summary: A Snow White retelling told from the perspective of Snow and her stepmother. Review: I received a free galley copy of this book for review from NetGalley. I just happened to come upon this book whileContinue reading “The Girl in the Glass Box review”

Seven-Sided Spy review

Seven-Sided Spy by Hannah Carmack Star rating: ★★★★ ☆ 4/5 stars Format: ebook ARC Summary: Three CIA agents are kidnapped by the KGB and experimented on. The results leave them with super-human abilities but leaves them disfigured. They escape but being disfigured they cannot return back society and must evade recapture. Review: I received aContinue reading “Seven-Sided Spy review”

Beauty Queens review

“The world expected girls to pluck and primp and put on heels. Meanwhile, boys dressed in rumpled t-shirts and baggy pants and misplace their combs, and yet you were suppose to fall at their feet? Unacceptable.” Beauty Queens by Libba Bray Star Rating: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars Format: paperback Summary: A plane containing contestants for aContinue reading “Beauty Queens review”

Hannah Carmack Guest Post: How to Rock at #TwitterPitch Events

Like the rest of the world, the publishing industry changes at the turn of a dime. Whether it’s the paper to e-reader revolution or the unstoppable momentum Young Adult fiction has picked up over the past ten years, it’s important for aspiring and working writers alike to keep up with the trends in publishing. AsContinue reading “Hannah Carmack Guest Post: How to Rock at #TwitterPitch Events”

December 2017 wrap-up and 2018 goals

Happy Holidays, everyone. Reading took a back burner for me during the holiday season. And what I did read, I wrote a whole less of reviews for. Even still I was able to read a good amount this month. I had a good Christmas, got to see my in-laws and my family. Plus Charlotte wasContinue reading “December 2017 wrap-up and 2018 goals”