J.R. Rogue – Author Interview

J.R. Rogue is one of my go-to authors. From poetry to full-length novels, I find myself hanging on her every word. I simply can't get enough of her writing and her as a person. She's good, honest, and a strong supporter of her fellow woman. Try to read this interview and not want to give... Continue Reading →

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The Ghostwriter – Shared Review

We'd like to thank Netgalley and Alessandra Torre for providing an ARC for review.I'm just going to come right out and say it -- you need to buy this book! Right now. Only 12% of the books I read make it to my "favorites" shelf on Goodreads, and The Ghostwriter by Alessandra Torre immediately made... Continue Reading →

This is How I Die – Poetry Release

Through the writing of J.R. Rogue, I discovered a world of poetry I didn't know existed. Kat Savage is one of the poets I learned about through Rogue's social media and their friendship. I love witnessing their talents merge and the camaraderie these two powerhouses share. They are encouragers of women and the lives women... Continue Reading →

Wait for It – Review

One of the hardest things to do as a book blogger is to read an entire (670 page) book and give it a low-star review, especially when nearly half of Goodreads readers gave it the full 5 stars. Be warned, dear readers, I have an unpopular opinion ahead. Please don't grab your torches and pitchforks.... Continue Reading →

The Queen and the Cure – Review

"The Gifts we are given are not given for our benefit but for the benefit of mankind." Was Amy speaking of herself with this quote?  Seriously, the woman's gift of writing is a benefit for mankind.  Every time I read one of her books I am in complete awe of her writing abilities.  She crafts... Continue Reading →

The Language of Dying – Review

I would say this book is short and sweet, but there is nothing sweet about the bitter end of a life, sitting in a bed counting down the minutes.  Instead, I can say this short book was an honest look at what happens to families when the glue that holds them together is crumbling away.... Continue Reading →

Who Needs Air – Review

How often have you read a book that made you genuinely happy? And I don't mean a re-read of your favorite book, because, well, it is obvious that it makes you happy. I mean a new book. One that you were a little skeptic about at first because the blurb sounded too good to be... Continue Reading →

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