Adult Fiction


My take on this book:              Wow! I have been reading this book for a while and I got it as an ARC from the publishing company that represents Mr. Ostrow. Poet of the Wrong Generation by Lonnie Ostrow is truly an inspiring read. This book started off as a […]

Poet of the Wrong Generation by Lonnie Ostrow



My take on this book:              The Becoming by William Truax III is unlike what I thought it would be. I had a completely different version of the book from the synopsis to what the book actually is. The book is in two different point-of-views. The first point-of-view is of […]

The Becoming by William Truax III



My take on this novel:             The Odd Fellows Society by C.G. Barrett took me on a surprisingly good mystery that made me want to keep on reading. I was hooked from the email that the author sent me and the plot. Although, the life of a book blogger sometimes […]

The Odd Fellows Society by CG Barrett



My take on this book:              Wow. To be expected of a Nicholas Sparks’ book Dear John was a tearjerker throughout some parts of the book. I think I should only reading one Nicholas Sparks book a year. Two times this year that this man has made me cry and […]

Dear John by Nicholas Sparks



My take on this book:              Gone With the Witch by Heather Blake was such an awesome book. It had me thinking of who the Elder could be, who murdered Natasha, who was stealing the animals from the contest, and a bunch of other questions. This book starts off with Darcy […]

Gone With the Witch by Heather Blake



My take on this book:              Spies and Spells by Tonya Kappes is another great book and series. All the characters are funny, great, and at times very nutty. The characters are all of those things plus more. Maggie is the main character of the book and trying to figure out […]

Spies and Spells by Tonya Kappes



My take on this book: Threads of Destiny by Lea Roches is a pretty short book and one that tries to fit a lot of information in just three chapters. Granted the three chapters are pretty long but filled with a lot of information that might seem like too much. […]

Threads of Destiny by Lea Roches