Novella Time! 5 Mini Reviews

Earlier this month I participated in a readathon with my Goodreads book club, The Procrastinators Book Club, in an attempt to read seven books in seven days. Spoiler alert: I did it! But not without reading some novellas, because I had several ARCs and a couple from the library that I wanted to read before … Continue reading Novella Time! 5 Mini Reviews

Book Review: Light from Uncommon Stars

Light From Uncommon Stars by Ryka Aoki 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Shizuka Satomi was once the best violinist in the world—until she lost her talent and made a deal with the devil. Deliver seven prodigies, and get her music back. She's brought six, but time is running out on number seven...then she hears the music in the most … Continue reading Book Review: Light from Uncommon Stars

Book Review: Activation Degradation

Activation Degradation by Marina Lostetter 🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 "A body is a body," Aimsley said, echoing Doc, perhaps truly understanding what they'd meant for the first time. "It's the person that matters." From the minute Unit 4 is activated, something isn't right. Its helper is panicking, something is attacking the station (which supplies most of Earth's energy … Continue reading Book Review: Activation Degradation

Two Mini Reviews: The Lost Girls and For All Time

These two books have absolutely nothing in common other than they are YA and deal with the concept of time. One is about teenage vampires, the other about reincarnation, destinies and love. One I highly, highly enjoyed, and the other was underwhelming. So why am I lumping them together? I don't know! Okay, I do … Continue reading Two Mini Reviews: The Lost Girls and For All Time

Three Mini Reviews: Bad Witch Burning, Iron Widow and The Last Graduate

Okay, so aside from all three being fantasy (Iron Widow is science fiction, it's a stretch, I'm going for it), and the fact that The Last Graduate is adult not YA (surprise!), these three are in a review together for two reasons: 1) I am behind and have been procrastinating on these reviews and need … Continue reading Three Mini Reviews: Bad Witch Burning, Iron Widow and The Last Graduate

Book Review: Under the Whispering Door

Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune 🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 It took you dying to find your humanity. It's hysterical if you think about it. Wallace Price was not, in his mind, a bad man. He liked nice suits. He was dedicated to his work. So what if his employees were scared shitless of his overbearing ways? … Continue reading Book Review: Under the Whispering Door

Graphic Sapphic Werewolves: Artie and the Wolf Moon, and Squad

What's better than one graphic novel about a queer girl becoming a werewolf? Two graphic novels about sapphic werewolves! That's right: there are two kick ass graphic novels about queer girls of color who just happen to ~become~ quite hairy every so often. Ugh these were both too cute! Squad is young adult, and Artie … Continue reading Graphic Sapphic Werewolves: Artie and the Wolf Moon, and Squad

Mini Reviews: Like Other Girls and Cheer Up: Love and Pompoms

Today I'm posting about two fun YA books: Like Other Girls by Britta Lundin and Cheer Up: Love and Pompoms by Crystal Frasier. Although both seem rather odd, being as one is a YA book about a closeted Oregon lesbian deciding to play football and the other is a graphic novel about two girls on … Continue reading Mini Reviews: Like Other Girls and Cheer Up: Love and Pompoms

Four Mini Contemporary Romance Reviews: Heartbreak for Hire, If the Shoe Fits, The Royals Next Door, and A Lot Like Adios

I am slowly catching up on all of my NetGalley ARC reviews. Luckily, I'm kinda ahead of actually finishing stuff on time (yay me!), mainly because I've been reading and procrastinating on reviews. So there are four quick—hehe, not—reviews on four fun contemporary romances! Reviews stacked in order of publication date. Heartbreak for Hire by … Continue reading Four Mini Contemporary Romance Reviews: Heartbreak for Hire, If the Shoe Fits, The Royals Next Door, and A Lot Like Adios

Book Review: The King of Faerie

The King of Faerie by AJ Lancaster 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Hetta and Wynn battle time and the will of their friends, family and foes to get married, become accepted into society, and figure out their respective magics. If only things were that easy. Because Hetta is pregnant, and her baby has the magic of human and fae—a … Continue reading Book Review: The King of Faerie