• Reviews

    The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte

    This book struck a cord very close to home for me. Having to deal with alcoholism within my own family and being a Psychology Major, I feel I can better relate to the struggles and emotions in the story. The overwhelming theme in the book is a woman’s fight to keep her child safe while still struggling to come to terms with her relationship and responsibilities to her abusive husband. I saw this very struggle as a child growing up, so i’m very familiar with how damaging it can be and all of the ways it can play out. One thing I’ve been seeing in other reviews is how a…

  • Feature Friday
    Memes

    #FridayFeature Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody

    This week’s book is a book i got from the library a few weeks back. I still haven’t gotten the chance to even start it, but the excerpts sound amazing. The writing sounds so conversational. I hope i can read this one soon! Right now, I’m still reading Wildcat and Moby Dick! I know, so slow!

  • Book Tours

    Book Tour: Crimival (Carousel Crimes) by R.L. Walker

    Today’s post is a very special one. I don’t do a lot of book tours, but when I read the synopsis of this book and series, I knew I had to read it and do the tour. It’s a great mystery with paranormal elements. It’s also the perfect book for October and Halloween. This book tour is hosted over at YA Bound Book Tours. Check out the official post for the full tour schedule.

  • Reviews

    Crimival: Carousel Crimes by R.L. Walker

    This was a delightful read. I frequent a lot of fairs and carnivals and always wondered what it would be like to work for one and constantly be moving. I liked the imagery that the author gives about the setup and tear down being similar to a life cycle. That’s a great way to think about it and adds a lot of atmosphere to the story. I really liked Zoe, though she seems to be a lot older than 16. She can pretty much handle her food stand and business on her own. Besides that one issue with Uncle Ike, she’s doing great and it’s nice to see a young…