What's on the TBR pile?

What’s on the reading pile?

The closer it gets to Christmas, the more I think about an old Icelandic tradition that went viral on the internet years ago. Allegedly, every Christmas Eve in Iceland, everyone will exchange books and spend the whole day reading. Fireside, snacking on chocolate, maybe with a volcano erupting in the background for dramatic effect. Yeah,… Continue reading What’s on the reading pile?

#1 in the Urban Fantasy Charts

What’s #1 in the Urban Fantasy Charts?

It's true what they say, December isn't a great month for indie authors. The Teen & Young Adult Paranormal & Urban Fantasy┬áchart has barely budged an inch this week. Maybe everyone is too busy buying socks and whiskey stones to buy books? Nah, that can't be it. Anyway, I've really had to dive down the… Continue reading What’s #1 in the Urban Fantasy Charts?

Book Reviews

Broken Dreams – Book Review

Title: Broken Dreams Author: Charlotte Brice Genre: Paranormal romance/reverse harem Rating: Four stars ** This book contains sexual elements throughout **     "When Heather finds her memories suddenly gone, she is alone and being chased. That is until four handsome strangers come to her rescue and invite her into their home and their lives.… Continue reading Broken Dreams – Book Review

Top 5

Dear Santa – I Would Like These 5 Books

OK, deep breaths...this is the last┬áTop 5 Tuesday for the rest of 2019. Shana at Bionic Bookworm has decided to take a break for the holidays and as Tuesdays fall on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve. Let's be honest, we'll all be pretty drunk anyway, it's all good. This week the Top 5 is… Continue reading Dear Santa – I Would Like These 5 Books

What's on the TBR pile?

What’s on the reading pile?

I decided I needed to change the title of the Monday segment because maybe not everyone knows what TBR stands for. It's a great shortening of "to be read" but it's not exactly universal, so from now on this segment will be called: What's on the reading pile? I don't know, I think it sounds… Continue reading What’s on the reading pile?