Month

March 2017

Audio Book Review: Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs

I’ve been a huge Mercy Thompson fan for a few years now. I’ve listened to most of the books but also read a couple of them. My opinion still stands, the audios for this series are the way to go…. Continue Reading →

Monthly Round-Up: March 2017

I’m a fairly organized person. So I keep track of all the books I read and listen too. I thought it would be fun to share at the end of each month my reading stats. **Edit: If you read this… Continue Reading →

Book Tag: Burn, Rewrite, Reread

So, I came across this Burn, Rewrite, Reread book tag over on ROMWEASLEY BOOKS and loved it. So I decided to follow suit and play a few rounds myself. Check it out… I picked fifteen books that I’ve read within the past several… Continue Reading →

Judging A Book By Its Cover

Don’t judge a book by its cover. You know that old saying? Well, I always say this to myself as I look through books to request on NetGalley, publicity newsletters, and Goodreads. I say this to myself, as I look… Continue Reading →

Review: Dirty Doctor by Whitney G.

Dirty Doctor was a quick and easy read. The author warns that the story has no real plot line, but I disagree. While the plot was simple, I was engaged the whole time. I loved the characters. Had this been… Continue Reading →

Review: A Matter of Heart by Heather Lyons

A Matter of Heart was a hard one for me. I loved the first book in the series and was so eager to jump into the next one. But as I got started, I quickly realized that the main plot… Continue Reading →

Obsessive Bookish Nerd News – 3.19.17

Hello, Obsessive Book Nerds! Here is my bi-weekly update on some bookish things in my life. From what I’ve read and what I’m listening too, and some other bookish news. Check it out. Current reads… Currently Reading: Giving It All by Christi Barth… Continue Reading →

Review: What Every Body is Saying by Joe Navarro

Navarro is a former FBI agent who has spent the last decade sharing what he learned about human body language with readers.  I was first introduced to his work through poker in which he collaborated with Phil Hellmuth Jr. to… Continue Reading →

Review: Wait For It by Molly O’Keefe

I don’t know why, but I wasn’t particularly looking forward to reading Wait for It. I know…not something the author wants to hear. I think I read a review somewhere a week or so before starting the book, that gave the… Continue Reading →

Release Blitz Review: The Play Mate by Kendall Ryan

The Play Mate was a quick and fun read. It was a great addition to Ryan’s Roommate series. I loved Evie and Smith. They were both fun characters and pretty relatable. This book only took me few hours to read so… Continue Reading →

My Rating Rubric – How I Rate A Book

Reviewing and rating a book is purely subjective. We all know this. You could enjoy a book, give it 3-stars and the reader next to you could give it 5-stars. Just because a book has an average rating on Goodreads… Continue Reading →

Audio Book Review: Priceless by Winter Renshaw

With being home now with a newborn and my two-year-old, I’ve been struggling to figure out when to listen to my audiobooks. Since I don’t have a two-hour total commute to work right now, I’m not getting through audios like… Continue Reading →

Review Tour: The Cad and the Cod-Ed by L.H. Cosway and Penny Reid

I love a good sports romance and Reid and Cosway make a great team. So The Cad and the Co-Ed was an entertaining read. I enjoyed the main characters, Eilish and Bryan. I felt they were both a bit more… Continue Reading →

Review: Deus Ex: Black Light by James Swallow

Quite a bit has happened in between the video games Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. At the end of the former game, protagonist Adam Jensen dropped into the freezing ocean after he opted to destroy Panchaea and its diabolical… Continue Reading →

Authors I Want To Read But Haven’t

I have a lot of favorite authors. I think all obsessive readers do. But I always some to have a list of authors that I really want to read but haven’t yet. I see their books pop up everywhere on… Continue Reading →

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