I’m just going to collapse face first for a moment. I don’t know what has been with me the last few months. My brain has apparently been on some sort of strike.
But I’m here now! I think! And with me, I bring you another review! -commence gasps, ooh’s and aah’s-
“But when even her history teacher knew she was all set to become a lifelong florist, she had to admit it. She was doomed.”
Continue reading Book Review: Mina Cortez by Jeffrey Cook
I received a digital copy of this book for free because the author is awesome while I try to get my tight finances together to buy a physical copy of the book.
We all have those moments where life just gets a little ahead of us, and that has been like the past month or two for me. It has at least calmed down enough that I can maintain flotation for NaNoWriMo. And today, I can actually sit down and work on some reviews!
Because I really really need to get them done. I have actually went on Goodreads and just starred a few of them. I am hoping when I get a chance, I can go back and expand a little more as opposed to just leaving whatever star rating I left. Hopefully I can get them done this weekend, but I am at least getting this one knocked out because it HAS TO BE.
“And you’re just tell us this now?”
Lorrek shrugged. “I saw no need to say anything earlier. They can’t kill me, and I most certainly wouldn’t mind them killing the lot of you.”
Continue reading Book Review: I Still Have A Soul by Kelly Blanchard
Alright, alright, let’s hear it for some SciFi representation! I know it doesn’t happen much, and I have mentioned before SciFi isn’t really my thing. (And on a completely unrelated note, I now have ”Satisified” from Hamilton stuck in my head.) I decided to this book a chance anyways, especially since the last SciFi book I picked up from a NaNo member was afreakingmazing (Domechild).
The next books to come up for review will be Allison Barnard’s Unforeseen , Jeffrey Cook and AJ Downey’s There But For The Grace and Brandon Varnell’s A Fox’s Love.
The things we are, the things we were, the things we want to be, it can all get so muddled sometimes. I don’t want to be what I was…
Continue reading Book Review; The Children of Dreki: Tyr by NR Tupper