Tweet Cute by Emma Lord

Tweet Cute by Emma Lord is a standalone young adult rom-com. This review will be spoiler free. A fresh, irresistible rom-com from debut author Emma Lord about the chances we take, the paths life can lead us on, and how love can be found in the opposite place you expected. Meet Pepper, swim team captain,... Continue Reading →

The Memory Thief by Lauren Mansy

The Memory Thief is a standalone young adult fantasy. This review will be spoiler-free. In the city of Craewick, memories reign. The power-obsessed ruler of the city, Madame, has cultivated a society in which memories are currency, citizens are divided by ability, and Gifted individuals can take memories from others through touch as they please.... Continue Reading →

My Snippets – #VSS365

There is a game on twitter under the hashtag #vss365, which stands for Very Short Stories, 365 Days a Year. While I do not play every day, I have recently started playing and I decided to add my snippets here on my blog. Stay tuned for updates! Snippet 1: Silky and sweet. That voice in... Continue Reading →

Life Update: April 27, 2020

Man. This is a crazy world we are living in. When the new year rolled around, this is not what I was expecting from 2020. I know everyone is dealing with this in their own way, but I wanted to take a moment today to give everyone a life update for me. I'm not sure... Continue Reading →

Review: Sweet Temptation by Cora Reilly

Sweet Temptation by Cora Reilly is a standalone, mafia arranged marriage romance. However, you get brief glimpses of characters from Reilly's Born in Blood series. The first time Cassio met his fiancée, she called him ‘Sir’. After losing his wife, Cassio is left to take care of two small children while trying to establish his... Continue Reading →

Review: Scoring Wilder by R.S. Grey

Scoring Wilder is a standalone romantic comedy by R.S. Grey. This review will be spoiler-free. With Olympic tryouts on the horizon, the last thing nineteen-year-old Kinsley Bryant needs to add to her plate is Liam Wilder. He's a professional soccer player, America's favorite bad-boy, and has all the qualities of a skilled panty-dropper. • A... Continue Reading →

Comic Review: Fantatic Four (1961) #16

Fantatic Four (1961) #16 Ant-Man teams up with the Fantastic Four to take down Dr. Doom in the Microverse! (Synopsis from Goodreads) Writer: Stan Lee Illustrator: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers Published: July 10, 1963 Fantastic Four (1961) #16 is the type of issue I really enjoy. I loved the crossover with Ant-Man. The Fantastic Four... Continue Reading →

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