Children’s Book Review “Delilah Dusticle’s Transylvanian Adventure” A.J. York

I really enjoyed this book. It was a perfect second book in this series. This book, like the first, had some great messages for kids. Mainly, be true to yourself. That's one of the best messages we can give our children. The story is fun and unique. Magic and whimsy abound.

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Book Review “Fairest: The Lunar Chronicles” Marissa Meyer

This book starts off with a horrible dream/memory of Levana's. Right off the bat the author yanks on your heart strings and makes you fall in love with this character. Not for long though. Before you know it you will hate her and lover her and then hate her all over again.

TBR List This Week

This is my week in books!  Thoughts: So far I LOVE it! It's an adorable story! Thoughts: Haven't read enough to have an opinion yet. Thoughts: Great! Really enjoying continuing my adventure with Delilah!   That's it folks! Are any on your list?  

5 Star “The Three Graces” by Michele Wolfe

Summary College juniors Jessie, Isabel and Sara are linked in an unlikely friendship by visits to hidden places only they can see. Together on a trip to Hearst Castle in California an earth-shaking encounter with a stunning statue in the gardens binds them to the spirits of the Three Graces; Brilliance, Joy and Bloom. Under … Continue reading 5 Star “The Three Graces” by Michele Wolfe

Stop Making The Title Of Your Book 46264926 Words Long!

Attention Authors: Stop making the title of your book 4735835768 words long. Just Stahp. When I see a book whose title is literally a synopsis of the story..... I can't.....I just can't.  I mean, honestly, if your title is 15 words long....we have a problem. Title's are supposed to be short and sweet yet descriptive. … Continue reading Stop Making The Title Of Your Book 46264926 Words Long!

Book Review “Life After the Undead” by Pembroke Sinclair

Click Here To Buy! Seventeen-year-old Krista must quickly figure out how she’s going to survive in the zombie-destroyed world. The one advantage humans have is that the zombies hate humid environments, so they’re migrating west to escape its deteriorating effects. The survivors plan to construct a wall at North Platte to keep the undead out, … Continue reading Book Review “Life After the Undead” by Pembroke Sinclair

Children’s Book Review “Stick And Stone”By Beth Ferry & Tom Lichtenheld

When Stick rescues Stone from a prickly situation with a Pinecone, the pair becomes fast friends. But when Stick gets stuck, can Stone return the favor? Author Beth Ferry makes a memorable debut with a warm, rhyming text that includes a subtle anti-bullying message even the youngest reader will understand. New York Times bestselling illustrator Tom Lichtenheld imbues Stick and Stone with energy, emotion, and personality to spare.