Q&A · Reading · Writing

Q and A: Chris Callaghan, Author of The Great Chocoplot

Hello lovely blog readers! I have been wanting to start a little bookish Q and A series here on my blog for a while now, mainly because (a) I’m nosy, and (b) bookish people (I’m talking librarians, authors, bloggers, book pushers everywhere) are the best, and that is a scientifically verifiable fact* *It might not… Continue reading Q and A: Chris Callaghan, Author of The Great Chocoplot

Cover Reveal · Reading

Cover reveal: Hollywood Homicide by Kellye Garrett

Hello lovely blog people, I hope you are having a fabulous Monday so far. I am, mainly because I am really really excited to be involved in the cover reveal for Hollywood Homicide. So without further ado, here is the cover: Isn’t it so gorgeous?? Such a strong and intriguing cover. I am so excited… Continue reading Cover reveal: Hollywood Homicide by Kellye Garrett

Book Reviews · Reading

Review: Worthy of Song and Story (Stian the Viking, #1) by Neal Chase

Twelve year-old Stian’s plans to be the greatest Viking ever appear to be over before they even begin when he’s captured by Dahlia—a dark elf and a girl. If being captured by a girl wasn’t bad enough, he discovers he may be the son of Loki. The same Loki who is the greatest enemy of… Continue reading Review: Worthy of Song and Story (Stian the Viking, #1) by Neal Chase

Book Reviews · Reading

Review: The Key to Extraordinary by Natalie Lloyd

Fear is just a flashlight that helps you find your courage. I’ve been excited about this book ever since it was announced, and let me tell you, it lives up to the hype! I kind of fell head-over-heels in book love with Natalie Lloyd when she wrote A SNICKER OF MAGIC, mainly because it was… Continue reading Review: The Key to Extraordinary by Natalie Lloyd