Book Review: The Bodies in the Library, by Marty Wingate

Hi all! Here is (yet another) cozy murder mystery - can't beat light reading during the stress of an international health crisis. I was thrilled to pick this up, since Marty Wingate created a world that I love called the Birds of a Feather series, but that series is only available as e-books. This was … Continue reading Book Review: The Bodies in the Library, by Marty Wingate

ARC Review: Impossible Views of the World, by Lucy Ives

Thank you to Penguin's First to Read program for this compelling debut novel! In Impossible Views of the World by Lucy Ives, heroine (or antiheroine?) Stella Krakus, a curator at a renowned art museum in New York, is having a pretty rough week. Her coworker and sometimes friend Paul has disappeared, her coworker and sometimes lover Fred … Continue reading ARC Review: Impossible Views of the World, by Lucy Ives

WWW Wednesday: 5 July 2017

Hi guys! It’s time for another WWW Wednesday, a weekly meme hosted by Sam at Taking On A World Of Words where the goal of this meme is to answer the following questions: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? Currently Reading: I am currently in the middle of … Continue reading WWW Wednesday: 5 July 2017

“Last Days of Magic” or, why we shouldn’t buy books for their covers.

Last Days of Magic is a fantastic epic of that acts like a factual telling of how magic left the world. (Personally, I'd like to believe it to be true. you may say I'm a dreamer...) It tells the story of the Sidhe, who are the magical beings descended from Nephilim, and their interaction with … Continue reading “Last Days of Magic” or, why we shouldn’t buy books for their covers.