Wednesday Wanderings:

For the book lovers out there, here are 15 lovely comics about the joys of books: Book Comics In case you are confused about what modern country music is and all the meaning behind it, this here fella can tell ya all about it. (Warning for language and sexual references): Country Music Explained Here's an … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings:

Friday Review: My Reading Challenge 2017

So, I didn't get anything finished this week. Stuff to do, and the current set are all large books. Instead of reviewing a specific book, I'm going to give an overview of how my reading is going in general this year. I set a reading goal every year, and I use the Goodreads Reading Challenge … Continue reading Friday Review: My Reading Challenge 2017

Thursday Teaser: Snake’s Alive Audio Preview

This week, I decided to try something new- an audio recording! I don't claim to be the best voice actor, nor is the recording perfect (it's the fourth or fifth try!), but hey, it's something a little different. Before we get to that, here's the blurb for "Snake's Alive: The Yo-Yo Files #2": Things have … Continue reading Thursday Teaser: Snake’s Alive Audio Preview

Monday Musings: I (Almost) Wish My Friends Would Stop Recommending Books To Me

Not all of them, of course. There are those I trust to tell me about books that I not only might enjoy, but that will also be readable. Not because I already have too many books to read. Impossible. I have decided that I cannot die until I read all the books on my tbr … Continue reading Monday Musings: I (Almost) Wish My Friends Would Stop Recommending Books To Me

Friday Review: Dream Stalker (Talented Book 1) by Amy Hopkins

Dream Stalker by Amy Hopkins My rating: 3 of 5 stars Emma is a half-blood, the daughter of a Talented and a mortal. She is caught between both worlds, as are most half-bloods in this alternate London. Half-bloods are rejected by the full Talented as not equal to them, and the full mortals don't really … Continue reading Friday Review: Dream Stalker (Talented Book 1) by Amy Hopkins

Friday Review: American Fairy Tales: From Rip Van Winkle to The Rootabaga Stories (Compiled) by Neil Philip

American Fairy Tales: From Rip Van Winkle to the Rootabaga Stories by Neil Philip My rating: 4 of 5 stars Twelve stories penned by American authors such as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott, Washington Irving, Carl Sandburg, and others. The stories are all uniquely American in some way, and many depart from the familiar European … Continue reading Friday Review: American Fairy Tales: From Rip Van Winkle to The Rootabaga Stories (Compiled) by Neil Philip

Friday Review: Would You Care For a Sample?

A few weeks ago, I did a post on some samples of books I was considering for purchase. I have now finished reading the last five of the samples I downloaded, so I'm going to give you my impressions now. A couple of things first. I haven't (of course) read the whole story of any … Continue reading Friday Review: Would You Care For a Sample?

Friday Review: Against the Light by Dave Duncan

Against the Light by Dave Duncan My rating: 3 of 5 stars The Woodbridge family are worshippers of the Mother, an old faith that has been supplanted by the Children of the Light. The followers of the old faith are endowed with various talents which enable them to influence the actions of others, seem invisible, … Continue reading Friday Review: Against the Light by Dave Duncan