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Best Book Boyfriends

Book Boyfriends are the best kind of boyfriends, and today I will be introducing some of my favorite guys from the books I've read. Bones from Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost I can describe him in one sentence:... Continue Reading →

What I’m Reading Right Now

So I decided to update you all on my current reading endeavors, so without further ado let's get started.   A Game of Thrones by George R. R Martin Yes we've all heard of Martin's stellar series and I have... Continue Reading →

The Book of Ivy by Amy Engel

Rating: 4.47 After a brutal nuclear war, the United States is left decimated, a former shell of it's original glory. But here a small group of survivors banded together to create a small settlement. However, war never changes and there... Continue Reading →

Click Your Poison: MURDERED

  This was an interactive story where YOU were the main character. Your choices shape the story. There are 50 possible endings and 3 unique and distinct story lines to follow. You were in Rio with a bunch of friends... Continue Reading →

What the Harry Potter Characters Would Read.

Hey there, dear readers! So I had this idea floating around in my head and I decided why not. So basically I'm going to be guessing as to which books the HP characters are most likely to read. If you... Continue Reading →

The Sculptor by Scott McCloud

Rating: 3.70 Plot: Twenty six year old David Smith is at a loss. Being a sculptor is hard work and he’s hit a dry spell. Not being able to sculpt a single piece is driving him mad and he’s down... Continue Reading →

I Am Not A Serial Killer by Dan Wells

Rating: 4.50 You'll never see us coming. Plot: The demon was healthy, the demon was mad as hell, and the demon was headed straight for me. John Wayne Cleaver isn't your typical teenager. But then again being a diagnosed sociopath... Continue Reading →

24 Romantic Writing Prompts

Good day to you my lovelies! I'm going to be bringing you 24 of what I hope to be somewhat romantic writing prompts to get you into that lovey dovey mood to write a romance! So lets begin. P.s: I... Continue Reading →

The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson

Rating: 4.50 Memento Mori. Remember that you will die. Plot: Meet Ted Severson, a wealthy businessman who thought that money could buy him anything in the world but alas, he was wrong and that little assumption costs him more than... Continue Reading →

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