Book Review: “Murder on Cold Street,” by Sherry Thomas

It has been way too long since I have written a real review. After promising myself not to get into a slump, I lingered while reading Murder on Cold Street and took a full week to finish it. I am partly to blame - switching jobs, planning a wedding, and other life things have gotten … Continue reading Book Review: “Murder on Cold Street,” by Sherry Thomas

Series Review: The Robin Hood Stories, by Carrie Vaughn

I had the distinct pleasure of plowing through both of Carrie Vaughn's Robin Hood Stories, The Ghosts of Sherwood and The Heirs of Locksley, yesterday on a whim. and I am so happy I did! These two have been sitting on my YA/middle grade shelf ever since they came out. I don't normally seek out … Continue reading Series Review: The Robin Hood Stories, by Carrie Vaughn

Down the TBR Hole #6

Finally back on track! A month ago, I discovered this meme, Down the TBR hole, from Confessions of a YA Reader, which is created by Lost in a Story (now Sunflowers and Wonder). Down the TBR Hole revolves around cleansing your TBR of all those books you’re never going to read and sort through it … Continue reading Down the TBR Hole #6

Vicki Delany’s Elementary, She Read: Great Start to a New Series

Vicki Delany's Elementary, She Read is really wonderful start to a series I have come to love. Thank you, Netgalley! Synopsis: Gemma Doyle, an English transplant in Massachusetts, owns a Sherlock Holmes-themed bookstore, complete with an attached tea shop and fitting address. Gemma herself is similar to the famed detective, with an insatiable curiosity and slightly cold … Continue reading Vicki Delany’s Elementary, She Read: Great Start to a New Series