Top Ten Tuesdays

Top Ten Tuesday: “Books On My TBR I Predict Will Be 5-Star Reads”

Welcome to the first Top Ten Tuesday of February! Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly listing book meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl where participants list their top ten responses to the prompt. This week's prompt is one that I anticipated to be very difficult, because I don't often put books on my TBR that I think I won't enjoy, but I started at the top and listed some that stood out to me!... 

Random Writing

Books Not To Read Late At Night (Unless You Like Feeling Scared)

I had the idea for this post a while ago and although it is a bit like another book list, I thought it might be a fun one to make! I don't personally read much horror and I tend to gravitate more towards mysteries than thrillers, but there are definitely some overlaps. This five-book list is what happened after I considered...

Book Reviews

Book Review: “All Your Twisted Secrets”

I am so incredibly excited to share this review with you! Seriously, I have never been this excited to write a review before and this is for one main reason: This is a review of the first ever ARC (Advanced Reading Copy) I received. I was so lucky to receive an e-ARC of this book from Harper Teen and Diana Urban (who you may recognize from the interview I posted a few weeks ago). Not only was it exciting because it was an ARC, but I am so glad to say that I legitimately loved this book and now get to tell you all about it!...

Author Features and Giveaways

Author Interview: Diana Urban (All Your Twisted Secrets Author)

I am so excited to share with you all something very fun today! This is my first ever author interview! Yep, last week's cat interview got me all warmed up and now it is time for the real deal. Today I am interviewing Diana Urban, whose debut thriller novel All Your Twisted Secrets in coming out in March of 2020. Keep reading to hear all about her novel and some tips for writers!...

Book Reviews

The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly

My mother and I had really made an effort to go into town so I could buy this book. We walked in through the doors of the bookstore and a man passed by saying “they’re closing.” We completely ignored him and pushed into the store, where a young employee told us that they were in the process of closing. “Wait! Please, we know what we want. It’s one book.” The employee glanced around and then relented. I got the book and shuffled hurriedly out the door. That was a miracle. Before I explain what this book is about, let me tell you about why I wanted to read it so badly...