Rogue + Savage: Poetry Release Day & Reviews

BLURB: Two-time Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Poetry, J.R. Rogue returns with her newest collection of poetry, Breakup Poems. Presented in six sections, five devoted to the stages of grief, and a final one for her devoted group of online fans, the author examines the various emotions women go through as they mourn the... Continue Reading →


Her Last Move – Review

Thank you to NetGalley and Thomas & Mercer for giving me a chance to read and review Her Last Move early! After reading a fantastic John Marrs novel in February and a rather disappointing one in the summer, I was looking forward to reading my third John Marrs thriller this year. I can't say that... Continue Reading →

The Night in Question – Review

Many thanks to BookSparks for the chance to read and review this book! The Night in Question by Nic Joseph is part of the BookSparks Fall Reading Challenge chosen by author Mary Kubica. As soon as I read the synopsis for this book I couldn't wait to start reading. It seemed like the perfect fast-paced... Continue Reading →

Favorite Quote Friday

Ashley "'It would have been better for her not to have such a heart.' Yes, but worse for the rest of us." -Mary Ann Shaffer, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Sabrina "How do you measure the weight of a whisper? It's infinitesimally heavier than any word spoken aloud. Whispers shouted into the... Continue Reading →

Tabu – Rezension

Vielen Dank an NetGalley und Montlake Romance, dass ich die Chance bekomme habe Tabu vorab zu lesen. Da ich im Sommer ja schon die deutsche Ausgabe von Settling The Score - The Summer Games (Die Revanche) gelesen hatte, habe ich es mir natürlich nicht nehmen lassen auch die deutsche Übersetzung von Out of Bounds -... Continue Reading →

Off Topic Tuesday

For our Off Topic Tuesday post this month, we thought we'd discuss superpowers we wouldn't mind having if we had the option to choose. Ashley From all of the great possible superpowers, it's hard to narrow the options down. For me, invisibility and teleportation always come to mind first. I remember reading Harry Potter for... Continue Reading →

The Memory of You – Review

Many thanks to BookSparks and Netgalley for the chance to read this book early! The Memory of You by Jamie Beck was a cozy story to get lost in for a few days. I enjoy books like this one featuring realistic characters with simple lives I'm able to delve deeper into. In some ways, this... Continue Reading →

Favorite Quote Friday

Ashley "He mentioned again that sixteen wasn't young, and that age was a strange, inaccurate umpire for maturity." -Iain Reid, I'm Thinking of Ending Things Sabrina "Sometimes it's hard being the only one in a group who likes to read." - Lindy Zart, Jesse'S Girl: 1981 Follow us! Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads... Continue Reading →

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