I made a hot chocolate microwave brownie. It. Was. So. Good. I’m trying really hard to not go make another one….but then between that and my cookies from earlier I just might make myself sick over here. So to stave off my the nausea I have succumbed to season 2 of Shameless. I know, right? Point a gun to my head…
But now it is another review time!
I picked this book up a bit ago. I think there was something about one of the retailers getting all uppity about the cover being too violent or something? I can’t really remember now if that was this book or a different one. But I think it was this one and since whoever it was had a problem I was like “I shall buy it!” Plus, I liked the premise. I actually read all three books that are out within a week.
But seriously, this cover is so pretty.
“No drinking, no drugs, no sex-” He cut me off with another laugh. “That’s not an angel. That’s a nun.”
Continue reading Book Review: Angel in Training by C.L Coffey
I am obligated to say I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.
Two reviews in one day!? The craziness! Ha! I had been hoping to get these done before today but well…. I didn’t. My bad. So I’m knocking out two in one day so at least there is that!
I love books, what can I say. :3
“So I walked with Death, hand in hand with War, and even though I should have been seriously weirded out by that, I wasn’t.”
Continue reading Book Review: There But For The Grace by AJ Downey and Jeffrey Cook
I am obligated to say that I received this book for free in return for a fair and honest review.
Now, I will attempt to talk about this book and not spoil too much. I hope you know how hard that is to do sometimes. It’s pretty damn difficult.
Airs & Graces is the first book in the urban fantasy Angel’s Grace Trilogy by Jeffrey Cook and A.J Downey. It follows its two main characters,an angel named Tabbris (who goes by Tab) and a human woman, Adelaide (who is very adamant about being called Addy). Addy has the misfortune of being pulled into a battle between the angels and the Fallen after coming across her murdered boss.
“Couldn’t you have picked a slightly weaker enemy to drop in on unannounced?”
Continue reading Book Review: Airs & Graces by Jeffrey Cook and A.J. Downey
I had this interesting conundrum today. Or maybe I can call it a plot bunny. Now, this is actually a thought I had beginning to fester some time ago but my mind really took off with it today (I think it had to do with a conversation about the new Fox show Lucifer.). Just remember…I am an avid reader and writer, and I have an overactive imagination.
We all know the Transitive Property of Equality from math, right? That if a=b and b=c, then a=c. According to some theories and translations, Satan was called the morning star before his fall. We also see the morning star being accredited to Jesus. So, using our Transitive Property of Equality, wouldn’t that make Lucifer and Jesus one in the same?
But really…hear me out on this one.
Continue reading Random Thoughts: Math and the Devil