10 Horror Writers to Read this Halloween!

Hello readers! Welcome to the month of October, where everyone dresses up like who they aren't, takes candy from strangers, and celebrates with all things spooky!!! Does anyone here like a good horror story with their Reese's and makeup? I can't say I'm the type of reader that always has their nose in a good … Continue reading 10 Horror Writers to Read this Halloween!

Book Review: Scythe

Hello wonderful people! Welcome to the month of September! Let's start this new month off with a book review! Neal Shusterman published Scythe in 2016. It is the first book in his trilogy, Arc of a Scythe. The story is set in a distant future, completely different from today's reality. In Scythe, everything such as … Continue reading Book Review: Scythe

5 Books to Read for the Fourth of July

Hello readers! It's been a while, but I'm back! Happy Independence Day! The Fourth of July is often celebrated with picnics, parades, and spectacular fireworks. While all of the sporting events and food are amazing, we can't forget the true meaning of Independence Day. We mustn't forget to honor our fallen and think about the … Continue reading 5 Books to Read for the Fourth of July

Book Review: Red Queen

"Anyone can betray anyone."-Victoria Aveyard, Red Queen Red Queen, by Victoria Aveyard, was first published in 2010. This book gave me chills! It reminded me why I love reading so much! Alright friends, Red Queen is a YA, fantasy, dystopian novel with so many subgenres. To me, it was like a combination of Hunger Games … Continue reading Book Review: Red Queen

2022 Reading Challenge

Hey readers! Welcome to 2022! A new year means a new reading goal! Every reader has one, whether it's to simply pick up one book and start reading again, to finish a specific series, or to read as many books as you can! Fill out the survey below to share what your reading goals are … Continue reading 2022 Reading Challenge

Character Interview: Agent Mills

"Well, Agent Mills, it's nice to finally have you here with us. We've been trying to get you to do an interview with us for some time now." "Well, you know me, always busy," said agent Mills. "Alright, well let's get started." "This is all classified, right?" "Of course, Agent Mills." The interviewer smiled. "Now, … Continue reading Character Interview: Agent Mills

How do you Know You’re a Book Nerd? You Have Your Own Library Catalog!

Hey readers! Welcome back to the blog, where we discuss books, writing, and everything in between. Today's post is going to be a little different, one my entire family said I should write, so here it goes! Have you ever wondered at what point you can call yourself a book nerd? Maybe the number of … Continue reading How do you Know You’re a Book Nerd? You Have Your Own Library Catalog!

Book Review: Murder on the Orient Express

"I do not understand myself," said Poirot. "I understand nothing at all, and, as you perceive, it worries me."Murder on the Orient Express, Agatha Christie Murder on the Orient Express is a murder mystery by the famous novelist, Agatha Christie, published in 1934. This was the first novel by Agatha Christie that I've ever read, … Continue reading Book Review: Murder on the Orient Express

The Unanswered Questions: Book Review

"The voice had a name..."The Unanswered Questions, Lauren D. Fulter Well, I think this is my first review on a self-published indie author like myself! Awesome! Just a quick congratulations to Lauren D. Fulter for publishing her very first book. The Unanswered Questions by Lauren D. Fulter was published in December 2020, and I believe … Continue reading The Unanswered Questions: Book Review

Hawk Book Review

"The apocalypse is over. Welcome to the new world."Hawk, James Patterson Hawk is written by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet. Category: YA (Young Adult), Sci-Fi, Adventure The story takes place ten years after the the Maximum Ride series. (I did a review on that a while ago. You can check it out here.) I can't … Continue reading Hawk Book Review