Book Tour & Review (Trigger warning!): Journey Beyond the Trauma: Simple Practices of Resilence for Survivors of Sexual Abuse by Dr. J. Denee

Title: Journey Beyond the Trauma: Simple Practices of Resilence for Survivors of Sexual Abuse Author: Dr. J. Denee Pages: 99 Genre: Self-Help Journey Beyond the Trauma: Simple Practices of Resilience for Survivors of Sexual Abuse goes right to the heart of the issues related to abuse. It shares the impacts of abuse and offers simple, […]

Book Review: My Spouse Wants More Sex Than Me: The 2-Minute Solution for a Happier Marriage by Dr. Ruxandra LeMay

Title: My Spouse Wants More Sex Than Me: The 2-Minute Solution for a Happier Marriage Author: Dr. Ruxandra LeMay Publisher: LJAR Services, LTC. Pages: 67 Genre: Nonfiction/Psychology/Self-Help Format: Kindle/Paperback (available soon) Is “not enough sex” a daily or weekly argument in your relationship? Is sex at the bottom of your to-do list after mopping the […]

Book Tour & Review: Making It By Amanda Gibbs

Making It By Amanda Gibbs Genre: Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance, Poetry Brief Description: Making It, Amanda Gibbs’ debut short story, invites readers into the most intimate and personal moments of a couple’s life spanning throughout decades. The story is told through prose, poetry, dialogue, lists, and focused vignettes, all with Amanda’s signature concrete voice. […]

Book Review & Giveaway: Romeow and Juliet (Whales and Tails Mystery #1) by Kathi Daley

Huzzah! A new cozy mystery series by Kathi Daley to delve into! More kitties… more bodies… more mysteries! Caitlin is a twenty something that lives off a quaint and tourist island of the San Juan Islands off the coast of Washington State. She runs a kitty sanctuary and lives on her own, sharing land with a feisty […]

Book Review Tour: New World: Rising Author by Jennifer Wilson

Title: New World: Rising Author: Jennifer Wilson Series: New World (Book 1) Genre: YA/Dystopian Publisher: Self Published Release Date: Aug 14 2014 Edition/Format Available In: eBook Blurb/Synopsis: Since witnessing her parents’ murders at the age of eleven, Phoenix’s only purpose in life has been to uphold her mother’s dying words- to be strong and survive. […]

Book Review & Giveaway: Stolen Dreams by Christine Amsden

Stolen Dreams (Cassie Scot #4) Edward Scot and Victor Blackwood have despised one another for nearly a quarter of a century, but now their simmering hatred is about to erupt. When Cassie Scot returns home from her sojourn in Pennsylvania, she finds that her family has taken a hostage. Desperate to end the fighting before […]

Book Review Tour & Giveaway: Vanished from Dust (Book 1 in the Vanished from Dust series) by Shea Norwood

Book Title: Vanished from Dust by Shea Norwood (Book 1 in the Vanished from Dust series) Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Pages: 320 Published: October 16th, 2013 Published by Createspace Blurb: A CHILL RUNS THROUGH HIS SKIN AS THE PHANTOM APPEARS. HE SEES THEM EVERYWHERE . . . Eric Stark is not insane. Or at least […]

Book Review & Giveaway (Blog exclusive: signed paperback!): Ancient Hunter: A Modern Mythos by Arden Aoide

One of the coolest things in my wee reading world is having been able to meet the author before I read her work. Opening up to the first page after having a valid, fun and quirky conversation with Arden was like going on a second date. Butterflies, unsure, but excited. “Ancient Hunger” did not disappoint! […]

Book Review Tour & Giveaway: Made for You by Melissa Marr

Made for You by Melissa Marr Published by: HarperCollins Publication date: September 16th 2014 Genres: Southern Gothic, Young Adult Synopsis: Bestselling author of the Wicked Lovely books Melissa Marr’s first contemporary YA novel is a twisted southern gothic tale of obsession, romance, and murder. A killer is obsessed with Eva Tilling. Can she stop him, […]

Short Story Review: The Ivory Tower by Kirstin Pulioff

          “The Ivory Tower” was an awesome short read. Sometimes, in between working, being married, and being a mother I don’t have but a few minutes to sit and read. A richly detailed short story like this can keep me tided over until I get time for a full reading session. […]