Month: March 2017

Blog Tour: K My Name is Kendra

Title: K My Name is Kendra Author: Kamichi Jackson Genre: Young Adult Fifteen-year-old Kendra James’ life begins to spiral out of control with the return of her long-lost runaway sister Meisha, and the visit of a young celebrity uncle with questionable intentions. Things take…

Review: The Cruelty by Scott Bergstrom

The Cruelty is the first book from a groundbreaking new YA voice: an utterly compelling thriller. When Gwendolyn Bloom realizes that her father has been kidnapped, she has to take matters into her own hands. She traces him from New York City across the…

Release Blitz: Beautiful Nightmares anthology

Available NOW on Kindle Unlimited!   Demons, Vampires, Dark Readers of the Mind, Unspeakable Horrors and Ghosts that lurk in the night. When the sun fades behind the horizon and darkness falls, these are the things that chill your bones. Every bump, every whistle…

Cover Reveal: The First Year by Genevieve Gannon

The First Year Genevieve Gannon Published by: HarperCollins Publication date: April 24th 2017 Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance The first year of marriage is hard no matter what. Throw in jealous exes, high-pressure careers and two wildly different families, and the degree of difficulty goes…

Review: I’m Australian Too by Mem Fox

I’m Australian! How about you? Many people from many places have come across the seas, to make Australia their home. How Australian is that? Hardcover, 32 pages Published March 1st 2017 by Scholastic Australia. Goodreads View. Mem’s Website. *  *  *  *  * Mem…

Cover Reveal: No Rest for the Wicked by Krystal Jane Ruin

No Rest for the Wicked Krystal Jane Ruin Publication date: May 10th 2017 Genres: New Adult, Paranormal Since her release from the psychiatric facility and into the smothering guardianship of her aunt, twenty-one-year-old psychic Tatum Torabi has been sneaking away to sell curses and…

Review: The Limbo Tree by T.N. Suarez

An accident. A secret. The truth. Something is wrong with Samantha McCallister. Her baby brother is dead, and she has only one memory of the accident: the canned version her parents impressed upon her. But piece by piece, Sam struggles to make sense of…