November ’18 TBR

"I'm starting to think that maybe I should set smaller goals - but then what would be the fun in that?"


October ’18 Wrap Up

Check out the wrap up for this year's Spooktober!

Book Review: Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning

"Finally! I have finally completed Mac's arc of the Fever series and I couldn't be more satisfied. This is definitely the best installment of the series for many a reason and so much shit goes down in this hunker of a novel that it drove me insane, to put it mildly. Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning is a wonderful series wrap-up!"

Book Review: Dreamfever by Karen Marie Moning

"There are many feelings that I possess after reading Dreamfever by Karen Marie Moning. Too many, in fact. I am very much overwhelmed. My heart is beating too fast and my mind is racing and the only thing my eyes are capable of doing is staring blankly at whatever space is in front of me at the time. There's not just one thing that comes to me with this one - it's more like a flood of all the things."

September ’18 Wrap Up

"Well, I had a pretty shitty summer when it came to reading and didn't actually climb back up on the horse until September arrived. That being said, September has definitely been a better month for me in books than I have had in awhile. I've only got a few to wrap up here, but it's a really good few."

The TBR #booktag

"Apparently, I love reminiscing about all of the books that I haven't read, because this is my second TBR related book tag that I have done. This one will be hovering around the same ideas of the dreaded, but also loved to-be-read list that all of us book fanatics know and love."

Book Review: Bloodfever by Karen Marie Moning

"Okay, so it's official: I have found my next series to binge and I couldn't be more excited about it. I adore these books so much so that I may or may not have already purchased the next three in line. And if these books keep doing the amazing things that they're already doing, I'll most likely be purchasing a lot more of them in the near future. So, spoiler alert, my little hole-in-the-wall blog is going to be splashed with Karen Marie Moning and her Fever series."

Book Review: Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning

"I decided to dive back into Book World after a treacherously long hiatus (a.k.a book rut) and landed on Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning - it was probably the best choice that I could have made for myself. Darkfever is the perfect mix of mystery, intrigue, and the paranormal."

Gaming Review: Redemption Cemetery: Curse of the Raven

"From ERS Game Studios comes the first installment to the Redemption Cemetery game series: Curse of the Raven. In Redemption Cemetery: Curse of the Raven, you suffer from a car accident and end up wandering into a cemetery, desperate for help. But help is not going to come as easy as you'd hope it would. This cemetery is a bit different from most. You're trapped in this cemetery, and if you really want help, you're going to have to work for it. Spirits are in the same boat as you, trapped due to their untimely deaths. Help these spirits work out their unfinished business, and they will help you in return."

August ’18 TBR

"I know it's been awhile since I've posted one of these - the book slump has hit me major hard this go 'round. If I'm being honest, I'm still kind of in it, actually. But, I'm slowly trying to dig my way out. I figure if I at least post a TBR, the motivation to actually complete it will help me get things done."

Gaming Review: Mystery Case Files: Rewind

"From Eipix Entertainment comes another hauntingly beautiful installment to the Mystery Case Files franchise: Rewind. [It] masterfully brings back everything we've all known and loved about the MCF game series, throwing it all the way back to classics such as Huntsville and Ravenhearst."

Redemption Cemetery Game Series

"From ERS Game Studios and AMAX Interactive comes Redemption Cemetery, a spooky hidden object puzzle adventure game series filled with ghosts, evil spirits, and many more hungry horrors waiting to entrap you in their dark webs. With great graphics, gameplay, and storylines, Redemption Cemetery is one HOPA game series you do not want to miss out on! Here is the full list detailing each game of this gripping series!"

Gaming Review: Phantasmat: Curse of the Mist

"I've been a fan of the Phantasmat game series ever since I had the opportunity to play the first one some years back. Overall, I have been pretty happy with the output I have been getting, continuing to purchase new games from the franchise as they are released. The most recent game I have played from this series is Phantasmat: Curse of the Mist."

WEBTOON: Comic Shoutouts #2

"There are so many webtoons that I have already fallen in love with and I assume that there will be many more, so I’ve decided to give them recognition and shoutouts that they deserve. Welcome to the next installment of WEBTOON: Comic Shoutouts!"

Phantasmat Game Series

"Yet another top hidden object, mystery adventure game collection, Phantasmat brings with it dark and otherworldly fun across almost a dozen unique and tantalizing games. Here is a full list detailing each game in this popular, long-running series."

How I Rate Games

"Enter gaming reviews. What do the people who have already played this game think? Why do they think what they do? Sometimes the reviews we read are just the push we need to go in one direction or the other, purchase or pass."

Mystery Case Files Game Series

"Mystery Case Files, also known as MCF, is a long-running video game series known for its dark, mysterious, and intriguing cases, as well as its unique variety of hidden object puzzles that are used to progress through the game. Here is a full list detailing each game in this popular detective series."

April ’18 Wrap Up

"So... I didn't read nearly as many books as I had hoped to during the month of April this year. What can I say - life happens? Anyways, for the short list of 3 books that I did end up reading this month, I enjoyed them overall."

Book Review: Reviving Izabel by J.A. Redmerski

"Such an excellent continuation for the In the Company of Killers series! J.A. Redmerski masterly weaves yet another tale of death and danger with a little splash of sex appeal with Reviving Izabel... There is the perfect amount of twists and turns and Redmerski will lead you into places you'd never thought you'd be."

Book Review: Chasing Impossible by Katie McGarry

"Other than the aforementioned, Chasing Impossible was an enjoyable read overall. It had a little bit of all of the characters I have come to know and love through the previous books, and it also focused on new characters' stories that I was very interested in learning about. It was a rather sweet book, despite some of the subject matter, and it tied up very nicely in the end. I am still a big fan of Katie McGarry's works and look forward to branching out into some of her other books and series to see what else she has to offer."

April ’18 TBR

"Welcome to April! Here are the books that I plan to read and review during the month! I always try to mix it up - you know, have a few books that are a part of a series, have a few books that are standalone. But this month I feel is going to be more of the former than the latter, simply because I put myself in this position."

Book Review: Fearscape by Nenia Campbell

"Talk about major suspense and the terrible feeling of dread not once abandoning your body. Fearscape by Nenia Campbell elicits feelings of fear, unease, and morbid curiosity in this dark and twisted tale of innocence and it's corruption."

Book Review: Reaper by A. Zavarelli

"Reaper may have wrapped up in a nice little bow, but the road travelled there was definitely a ride that I enjoyed. The action was great, the romance was great, the sex was great. Yet another great read by A. Zavarelli."

Book Review: Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman

"I thought I had really enjoyed Scythe. And I did, very much so. I figured Thunderhead  would be of similar caliber, and for the first major half of the story, it was. But then things happened and the slow building to me losing my mind had begun. My first five-star-rating of the 2018 year has found a home in Thunderhead. I actually ache for how much I love this book and it has been quite some time since I've felt this way about a piece of work. Shusterman has yet again gracefully spun a world of complete chaos and I'm all here for it. "

WEBTOON: Comic Shoutouts #1

"I have never been into comics, and never thought I would ever be into comics, until I came across WEBTOON. LINE WEBTOON is an app, and website, that provides comics, manga, and manhwa by talented artists completely for free. And, most recently, WEBTOON is where I have found myself spending most of my time."

March ’18 TBR

"Although the month of March is about halfway over, here are just a few of the books that I plan to read and review during the remainder of the month!"

Book Review: Scythe by Neal Shusterman

"Shusterman powerfully reveals core issues of society, even amongst a supposed utopia. Scythe isn't just your average utopia/dystopia fiction, rather it is a reflection of humanity's most inner flaws and the ways in which we must address them."

The Pushes and Pulls of Re-Reading

"Since getting back into reading, the pushes and pulls of re-reading have been hitting me pretty hard and there are plenty of new books that I want to read, but there are also plenty that I wish to re-read. 2018 is supposed to be the year of good things, it's about time for that card to fall into place. So with that, I'm trying to find a balance, a good one. A good balance between reading the new and re-reading the old. Finding the time to not miss out, but also to not forget."

Book Review: Paper Princess by Erin Watt

"Paper Princess by Erin Watt brings to life the struggles of a rough upbringing and the diamonds that come out of it. Filled with love, hate, hot boys, mean girls, and all of the steamy drama that you can handle, this is one hell of a page turner that will have you on your toes, wondering what could possibly happen next."

Book Review: Take Me On by Katie McGarry

"All in all, Take Me On was a pretty good read. It had the perfect balance of love and romance, action and adventure, and suspense and tension to keep the pages turning until the very end. Another wonderful addition to the series. If you miss this one, you'll definitely be missing out. "

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